I wish I was too cool for Lana but alas, I am only human and I, much like many others, struggle to resist moping around in her three-minute long Los Angeles-tinted daydream.
I didn’t think I would ever get to a point where I would feel burned out by an artist, but is everyone else sick to death of Corey Taylor or are you all normal?
As we all push our way through 2020, it would seem that there’s no better time than now than for the mighty Marilyn Manson to drop a new album in the form of ‘We Are Chaos’ into the world. So why not take a look inside and see what we thought?
As week two sprang forward and we all got prepared for the hottest weekend (where we could go nowhere) of the year we still adjust to this strange time. So our resident expert in all things Indie put together this solid list of tunes to get you through these mad times in the world.
So, just over a week since the world went somewhat crazy. Schools are largely shut, pubs and
restaurants are closed and only a few of us seem to have the right to be going to work. So our resident expert in all things Indie put together this solid list of tunes to get you through these mad times in the world.
Nick Cave is, without doubt, one of the greatest and most prolific lyricists of a generation. Here he is back with the Bad Seeds for a surprise new album in the form of ‘Ghosteen’. Find out what we though inside…
American Indie-Rock outfit Bodega are back with a brand new album in the form of ‘Shiny New Model’. Does it live up to it’s title though?
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.
‘The Nothing’ may not be KoRn at their most experimental and for older fans, it’s all very familiar. However, KoRn’s thirteenth studio effort is brimming with the psychotic angry energy that put the band on the map twenty-five years ago.
‘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.