Albums/EPs

ALBUM REVIEW: The Prodigy – No Tourists

Big beat pioneers The Prodigy had previously stated that after 2015’s ‘The Day Is My Enemy’, the group would no longer deliver full-length releases. Surprisingly, the Essex trio back-pedal on their word a bit and drop seventh record, ‘No Tourists’, consisting of ten tracks touching on all elements of their nearly 30-year career. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Emery – Eve

Nearly twenty years in and Seattle’s Emery are still releasing records at a high standard, as shown in their latest collection, ‘Eve’. The record is dense in melody and economically structured, with a detailed eye cast over the nuances that hide in every corner. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Saves The Day – 9

A lot has changed for Saves The Day since the breakout of debut release ‘Through Being Cool’, an album that, arguably, influenced the second wave of emo and pop-punk. For a group that fearlessly take chances, it’s a shame that ‘9’, the band’s aptly titled ninth album, doesn’t have the charm that previous records do. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Sylar – Seasons

New York’s Sylar have found rooted themselves in open choruses and rapped vocals for their third album, ‘Seasons’. Fully aware of the balancing act are vocalists Jayden Panesso and Miguel Cardona, who ensure that the record is dynamically rich yet is filled with passion. Read More