After a much-lauded breakthrough, Soul Glo’s newest full-length expands on every bit of their potential, bringing together hardcore with a punk spirit and hip-hop style for what feels truly revolutionary.
Even nine albums in, the magic of Hot Water Music is nowhere close to fizzling out, as the punk heroes continue to plough down the route of earnest, anthemic music that never seems to miss.
Condensing their punk down to its purest essence and writing the biggest songs of their entire career sees Drug Church come out with their best album yet, entirely on their own terms and accessible to a fault at the same time.
Take a look at what we’ve been listening to throughout February in this edition of The Soundboard Stereo, ft. Dave, Fefe Dobson, Jimmy Eat World, Circa Waves, Billy Talent and We Are The In Crowd.
In this Review Round-Up, Black Map’s newest album heads up a selection of punk of multiple varieties, from Fights & Fires, NOBRO and Bitter Branches.
Gregor Barnett’s debut solo release carries the same toil and emotional richness as his work in The Menzingers, fed through the lockdown lens for a gripping alt-rock treat.
In this Review Round-Up, Dan Andriano impresses with his newest side-project, as do Near Death Condition’s new death metal outing, while sadeyes and InVisions aren’t quite able to match up.
Weatherstate continue to stick with a tried-and-true approach of blending grittier pop-punk and Britrock on their second full-length, an approach that has a lot to like but still hasn’t hit those superstar heights.
In this Review Round-Up, Bad Suns and Pridelands turn up to be as reliable as usual, while El Moono and Perennial make their breakthroughs, with one being among the best of the year so far.
In this Review Round-Up, Fit For An Autopsy deliver yet another great album—along with a surprise hit from jackie—while new albums from Modern Error and PENGSHUi explore modern sounds with varying degrees of success.