In this Review Round-Up, Clean Cut Kid and Young Culture prove decent (but little more) in indie-folk and pop-rock respectively, while Pryti’s new album struggles to catch much fire.
In this Review Round-Up, underwhelming fare from The Blue Stones isn’t indicative of what’s elsewhere, as releases from Asylums, Cherie Amour and Sugar Horse all prove strong, with regular brushes with greatness.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a host of new albums falling into greatness within emo and indie, from Armor For Sleep, Snow Coats and Dear Seattle.
With another lot of colossal emo anthems, The Dangerous Summer’s growth into a consistently reliable alt-rock presence continues forward at full steam.
In this Review Round-Up, strong new albums from Stick To Your Guns and Banks Arcade find themselves against releases from Anberlin and blacktoothed, themselves split between underwhelming and outright bad.
It’s a step down from their tremendous debut, but Puppy continue to channel a classic approach to riff-making with an irascible pop streak to deftly avoid a sophomore slump.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a wide selection of metal from Greyhaven, Atoll and Sicksense (all of which fall short to varying degrees), filled out by some interesting hip-hop from Triple One.
Superlove’s debut full-length continues to delve into their eclectic pool of influences, in an alt-rock / hyperpop blend that might be their most succinct example to date, while still needing some work to really finalise what this band wants to be.
In this Review Round-Up, the great new album from Devon Kay & The Solutions heads up a variety of EPs from Telltale, Crown Magnetar and thrown.
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.