With their classic lineup back in full swing, blink-182’s pop-punk feels more energised and illuminated than it has in years.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a stacked lineup of impressive releases from The Amsterdam Red Light District, Bodysnatcher and GILT. Meanwhile, Fozzy just do their usual thing.
In this Review Round-Up, the return of Jake Bugg underwhelms, as do the newest from Grayscale and Jinjer, while more new music comes from Telethon, Gloo, Kat Von D, Chubby And The Gang, Sugar Horse, Indigo De Souza, Venues and Wilder..
In this Review Round-Up, Trash Boat and Press To MECO deliver some of the best of the year with Deafheaven and Between The Buried And Me not far behind, while Meet Me @ The Altar hit their heights among Strange Bones, LiL Lotus, Switchfoot, Luke Hemmings, Villagers, Afterlife and Insurgent.
In this Review Round-Up, sequel EPs from The Devil Wears Prada and Salem and a split from SeeYouSpaceCowboy and If I Die First rise above underwhelming albums from Rag’n’Bone Man and Pop Evil, plus new albums from Iceage, Belvedere, Throat, Fightmilk, Never Loved and Bala.
In this Review Round-Up, new albums from Rob Zombie, Tom Grennan and ERRA lead a wide variety of sounds and quality levels, from The Blue Stones, LANDMVRKS, Kali Masi, Saint Agnes, Ego Kill Talent, Distant and Lewis.
On their new EP, Bring Me The Horizon make a long-awaited return to metal with consistently great results.
CamelPhat’s debut defines their indie-house sound, but doesn’t make it as tight or refined as it should be.
In this Review Round-Up, Declan McKenna and Oceans Of Slumber return while Dream Nails and Cold Years make their long-awaited debuts, alongside From Ashes To New, Fame On Fire, lovelytheband, Chloe Lilac, Young Knives, Honey Joy and Snow Coats