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ALBUM REVIEW: Vanish – Familiar Faces

New Jersey quintet Vanish have gone from strength-to-strength, playing the final Vans Warped Tour, releasing debut EP ‘From Sheep To Wolves’, and singing to Hopeless Records in just a handful of years. With expectancy high the group deliver ‘Familiar Faces’, a debut full-length that juggles post-hardcore and pop-punk with conviction. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: La Dispute – Panorama

La Dispute have always been polarising in their fearless pursuit of pushing post-hardcore past its boundaries. With the release of fourth album ‘Panorama’, the quintet look to divide their core audience by taking cues from the lighter material that was explored on 2014’s ‘Rooms Of The House’. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Idiot Pilot – Blue Blood

It’s been twelve years since we’ve had any new material from Idiot Pilot, but they’ve returned with a full album’s worth called ‘Blue Blood’. The duo’s third full-length displays them recharged and with an expanded their palette that defies the previous output of Michael Harris and Daniel Anderson. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Holding Absence – Holding Absence

Cardiff troupe Holding Absence have been building a solid reputation over their now four-year tenure. From showing promise on split EP ‘This Is As One’ last year to appearances at Slam Dunk Festival, their long-awaited self-titled debut not only meets expectations, but also shows an ambition that few artists would attempt so early in their career. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Zebrahead – Brain Invaders

Californian punk rock quintet Zebrahead have been a part of the scene for nearly twenty-five years now, witnessing multiple peaks and deviations of the genre. The group’s thirteenth release ‘Brain Invaders’ sees the group touch upon multiple facets of the genre, and serves as a reminder of its appeal at its early 2000s peak. Read More