In this Review Round-Up, the new album from Steven Wilson and debuts from Arlo Parks and Kid Kapichi head up releases from Cult Of Luna, Black Country, New Road, Annisokay, Psychedelic Porn Crumpets, To Kill Achilles and Heave Blood & Die.
In the first Review Round-Up of 2021, new releases from Lonely The Brave, The Dirty Nil and a covers EP from The Xcerts kick things off, alongside LICE, Viagra Boys, Passenger, NEED and Wall.
In the final Review Round-Up of 2020, grandson underwhelms yet again among a ska-punk double-header from Less Than Jake and Goldfinger, surprise greatness from The Dangerous Summer and Red City Radio, and more from Can’t Swim, Gone Is Gone, Stuck Out and TJ Roberts.
In this Review Round-Up, lackluster efforts from The Smashing Pumpkins and Gama Bomb go against the solo debut of Dave Jakes, as well as VRSTY, Babyteeth, Yumi And The Weather, Hello Cosmos and JSA.
In this Review Round-Up, big returns from AC/DC and McFly stand against new music from Refused, King 810, Bearings and Dark Tranquillity, as well as Intervals, Bad Nerves, Shygirl, pg.lost and Laura Fell.
In this Review Round-Up, Bitch Falcon, Redwood and Uncut shine among returns from Black Stone Cherry and Puscifer, Wallows’ quarantine EP and new releases from Johnny Lloyd and Pteroglyph.
In this Review Round-Up, Public Enemy lead returns from Jamie Lenman and Into It. Over It., Alpha Wolf and Pillow Queens take big next steps, and Nasty, The Ocean, Four Stroke Baron, My Kid Brother, Heavy Salad, Winter Gardens and Wilmette drop a wide variety of new music.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a lot of big returns from Marilyn Manson, Knuckle Puck, Everything Everything, Napalm Death and Movements, while Yours Truly, Fit For A King, Eastwood, Ryan Hamilton & The Harlequin Ghosts and Mother’s Cake also drop new music.
In this Review Round-Up, Biffy Clyro lead a crop dominated by indie and synthpop from Sea Girls, Erasure, James Dean Bradfield, Marsicans and Stephen, and filled out by Blues Pills, Kill The Lights, Kid Dad, Be Well, idle threat, Glass Ocean and The Vigil
In this Review Round-Up, The Streets and Mike Shinoda disappoint, The Lawrence Arms and Strike Anywhere make their returns, and Massive Wagons, The Blinders, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard and Figures try to break through it all.