Albums/EPs

ALBUM REVIEW: Lydia – Liquor

From their entrance into the industry, Arizona indie band Lydia made it clear what style direction they would go in; making albums that the revolve around the way music makes you feel, and their latest release ‘Liquor’ continues that trend. An album that feels like the sound of summer, it’s an easy listen and interesting record. Read More

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EP REVIEW: Maypine – Bend/Break

Formed in 2016, Brighton’s Maypine have rapidly progressed, already establishing themselves as one of the most up-and-coming UK pop-punk bands of 2018. Following their impressive debut EP ‘In The Back Of My Mind’, the band are back with brand new EP, ‘Bend/Break’. Read More

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EP REVIEW: Tigress – Who Cares

With just over a year passing since their last release ‘Like It Is’, Essex rockers Tigress prove that they still have much more to offer with their now third EP, ‘Who Cares’. Full of angst, power, grunge, and mixing both a raw intense emotion and punk presence to their already established alt rock template, this is the five-piece at their most relatable thus far in their careers. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: We Are Scientists – Megaplex

After half a dozen albums, rock duo We Are Scientists have been back in the lab to put together ‘Megaplex’. Long gone are the days of their once signature guitar riffs and drums; it’s now all about the electronic sound. ‘Megaplex’ continues to push boundaries, and sees Keith Murray and Chris Cain build upon their ever-evolving sound. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino

After a five year hiatus, Sheffield rockers Arctic Monkeys have catapulted themselves into outer space, years away from the locales that inspired their first tracks back in 2006. The band have cleverly pivoted through each era, from scrappy upstarts on their early records, desert dudes on ‘Humbug’, to ultimate rock gods on ‘AM’. Their sixth album, ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ is Arctic Monkeys like you’ve never heard them before, and is perhaps one of the most divisive albums of 2018 yet. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Hawthorne Heights – Bad Frequencies

One of the founding fathers of the mainstream emo movement in the 2000s, Hawthorne Heights are back with their sixth album, ‘Bad Frequencies’, the band’s first full-length in five years. Newly signed to Pure Noise Records, the record is packed with summery rock anthems which is an amalgamation of everything they’ve been through since their formation seventeen years ago. Read More