Manchester based Punk Rock band Without Andrew don’t sit still. After delivering their sixteen track long sophomore album ‘With Great Power Comes Great Irresponsibility’ last year, yet if their’s one thing we can guarantee with new album ‘Dead On Arrival’, it’s that its anticipated arrival won’t be a dead one.
After a bold move much closer to rock with their album ‘Wilder Mind’, the new kid on the block ‘Delta’, firmly takes Mumford & Sons a step back closer to their folk roots, whilst also a step towards a new era of the band.
Gather around the tire fire children and I will tell you a story about an angry punk act known as Against Me!
… or rather, Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers, an off-shoot of sorts.
“As I am currently writing this review, I am pulling a that sort of face I make when I am forced to eat gravy on a Sunday roast dinner but too polite to say anything” – Nick. A very brief summary of ‘Barricade’, the new album from Verni. More of which you can find out about inside…
After the glittering success of ‘B’lieve I’m Goin Down’ back in 2015, Kurt Vile set the bar very high for this next solo record. He’s back with ‘Bottle It In’ an album which offers fusion of folky psychedelia with an abundance of charm.
Vola are back with the often difficult to create second album, ‘Applause Of A Distant Crowd’, but how does it hold up? Find out inside…
Did you know that it’s National Album Day in the UK today? Well, it certainly well is! So in celebration, we bring you some of our favourite albums from over the years and give our reasons to why you should check them out!
Three years after ‘Blurryface’ and nine years after their self-titled debut, Twenty One Pilots, the band whom arguably embraced genre-neutrality before it became trendy, have introduced us to ‘Trench’.
Electronic music lovers beware, Marie Davidson’s ‘Working Class Girl’ is not an album for the faint hearted. Find out more inside…
When we finally met ‘Relaxer’ back in June last year, we were reintroduced to alt-J in all their creative glory, but that wasn’t all. ‘Reduxer’ is a reimagined hip-hop take on the album, featuring global hip-hop artists such as Pusha-T & Danny Brown.