When you see the name Microwave you either think of one of two things: A kitchen appliance you use way too much, or, the Atalanta sad boy Emo band. We took a look at the latter’s newest album ‘Death Is A Warm Blanket’, as our Editor heated up his leftover pizza in the former.
‘Tiny Changes’ is in some ways strange, transformed by circumstance from celebration of a great album to eulogy for Scott Hutchison’s work and the influence he had on his fellow musicians.
Craig Finn is one of America’s greatest lyricists. From his start in Lifter Puller, through his flourishing in The Hold Steady and on to his ongoing solo career, but how does his latest offering ‘I Need A New War’ hold up in comparison? Find out inside…
So today we at In Key Magazine present you with ‘Anna’, an absolutely delicious stick of Indie-Rock (see what we did there?) that’s set to keep us going through the heat until recently announced upcoming album, ‘Hello Exile’ launches on 4th October.
What happened to Indie? Did all the Indie-Kids just become Hardcore Heads and Hipsters? Why is it that Mac DeMarco has been meme’d as being the only Indie musician left nowadays? Let’s bust out the Indie with this little gem from The Fratellis!
We all know that the life of a celebrity isn’t as shiny and polished as it appears on TV and Social Media, but ‘Celebrity Mansions’, the fourth full-length release from this grunge-punk trio from Leeds, Dinosaur Pile Up is certainly shiny, tight, and polished.
It’s strange and sad that The Cranberries’ first album of new material since 2012’s ‘Roses’ is also their last. ‘In the End’ comes into the world in tragic circumstances.Take a look at what we thought of their beautiful swan-song inside…
Mondays may suck, but here at In Key Magazine, we’ve got the cure to those Monday blues, with a big dose of motivation for your week. What is it you ask? ‘Little Monster’ by Royal Blood! Strap in, rock out and smash this week until Friday rolls around and we party once more!
Four years have passed since Guster released their last studio album, and they’re back again with ‘Look Alive’. Was it worth the wait? Find out inside…
It’s been eleven years since their debut record. As politically charged as ever, how does their new release ‘Merrie Land’ fair?