Albums/EPs

ALBUM REVIEW: Say Anything – Oliver Appropriate

Say Anything have been around in various forms for around 18 years now, yet their future is anything but certain. Back in August of last year, the band announced (in a 10-page summation penned by frontman, Max Bemis) that they’re preparing to take an indefinite hiatus, but not before dropping one, perhaps final, LP by the name of ‘Oliver Appropriate’. Read More

Albums/EPs

EP REVIEW: AFI – The Missing Man

AFI having been doing the business for over twenty seven years now, and in that time they’ve released ten albums and twelve EPs to become well-recognised members, if not ambassadors, of the alternative scene. Yet, even after all that time, the Californian four-piece are still capable of a surprise or two – this time coming in the shape of their ‘The Missing Man’ EP. Read More

Albums/EPs

ALBUM REVIEW: The 1975 – A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships

If you haven’t been made aware of Manchester’s The 1975 yet then the rock you live under must be quite big. Their eponymous debut was bloody good, nostalgic fun, while their 2016 follow-up ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’ was every bit as ambitious as its ridiculously long title suggests, blending a generous concoction of sounds into one quite mesmerising album. Read More