Are Gorillaz still relevant in 2017?
Father John Misty’s new album ‘Pure Comedy’ might just test your patience.
With the current political climate being what it is ‘Bloodlust’ couldn’t have arrived at a more fitting time
“More than just a good rock album”
“Solid, challenging, and both a blunt and bold declaration of the Kingswood’s new direction.”
After years and years in the game, there has never been a better time to be a fan of El-P and Killer Mike.
A brighter, slightly more accessible tone… yet it still holds true to the fuzzed-out, garage-friendly origins of Cloud Nothings.
‘Everyone We Know’ is out today.
A personal, pensive and cathartic album.
With catchy rock melodies underpinning the banterous nature of their always-relatable lyrics, Dune Rats are starting to carve out a niche in rock music.
“An album that is perfect for any summer road trip”
“Continuing on his quest to explore his own sonic potential, the LP conceals depth amidst the violence of a loud and scrappy sound. “
The Canadian duo are back.
AFI’s new record has enough on offer that even the pickiest of AFI fans should rejoice.
“An unironic slice of string-based oversaturation released for the consumption of an America divided and a world afraid”
Frank Carter, has gathered up his den of snakes to release their second album, Modern Ruin.
“Intense and pulsing yet all the while flowing and whimsical.”
‘Oczy Mlody’ is everything you could hope for from a band you don’t know what to expect from.
‘Rennen’ is beautifully human
With ‘I See You’, The xx not only press ‘reset’, but also liberate themselves