The High-Street Goth trend now has a sound: The dressed in black, Indie-Pop stylings of Pale Waves and their new album ‘My Mind Makes Noises’. Does it live up to our lofty expectations based on their stellar previous work? Find out inside…
Natty Campbell MC is a force to be reckoned with and nothing will stop him from taking the reggae world by the horns and guiding it where he wants to go. So we sat down with the great man to talk all things music. Find out more inside…
In the mood for Metal? Well, Chandrian Kill have got you covered, with this absolute face melter that is currently receiving only the highest of praise from pretty much every music publication and radio station it comes across!
‘Kamikaze’ is the tenth studio album released by Eminem and honestly, it’s also the most aptly named. Find out just why inside…
Stepping out from behind the drum-kit an straight to the front of stage is a daunting prospect, moving from the backbone of the band to the face of the operation. This is exactly the move that Hotel Lights drummer Darren Jessee has made with his new album ‘The Jane, Room 217’.
‘Suffuse’ is not an easy album to listen to however, this is no mere collection of pretentious, experimental self-indulgence from Roy Montgomery, but an excellent collection of compositions that sit more comfortably in the the context of art than album.
That’s right ladies and gentleman! The legendary Electronic music innovator, Mr. Richard D. James (more commonly known as Aphex Twin) is back with a new single cut straight from his upcoming EP ‘Collapse’, set to release on 14th September.
Three of Sydney, Australia’s rising folk stars deliver a tight album of scuzzy, garage-rock cool. The self-titled Phantastic Ferniture is a record that truly delivers for the summer, and deserves more attention.
I couldn’t be prepared for the level of absolute bleakness that the Wave Pictures have presented in their latest album ‘Brushes With Happiness’, yet, when all is said and done, this could be one of THE best albums of 2018 so far!
If you don’t have much time, but want to discover a new album this week, then Tony Molina has you covered with this fifteen minutes of delightful musical pleasantry.