Albums/EPs

ALBUM REVIEW: The Milk Carton Kids – All The Things That I Did And All The Things That I Didn’t Do

There’s simply nothing negative to say about ‘All The Things That I Did And All The Things That I Didn’t Do’. After years of performing as a duo, it must’ve been extremely daunting to add a full band into the frame, yet any worries of it overshadowing their fantastic work swiftly dissipate in the added depth and character that they instil into the record. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Ghost – Prequelle

When Ghost’s nameless ghouls walked out of the band and then filed a lawsuit against enigmatic frontman Tobias Forge, it somewhat chipped away at the mystique that the cult heroes have become known for. More importantly, this kind of situation could diminish or completely end almost any band, but not in this case. Forge’s character change from Papa Emeritus to Cardinal Copia has accompanied a change in sound that is slight, but definitely noticeable. Read More

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EP REVIEW: The Front Bottoms – Ann

It was only back in October that The Front Bottoms released their fifth album, ‘Going Grey’. With such a quick turnaround to put out something new, you’d expect that their ‘Ann’ EP would feel slightly rushed, yet this isn’t the case. The production here is crisp and tight and with only six songs, this is all about quality over quantity. Read More

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EP REVIEW: Woes – Self Help

It’s been a busy couple of years for Scottish pop-punk quartet Woes. With the release of their self-titled EP in late 2016, leading to slots supporting Neck Deep and State Champs to name a few, they’ve been making big strides toward the front of the UK pop-punk pack, and with their second EP ‘Self Help’ they ain’t stopping. Read More