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All Get Out album 2018

Album Review // ALL GET OUT ‘No Bouquet’

Deeply poignant, No Bouquet shows All Get Out blossoming into the newest chapter of their music. South Carolina’s All Get Out bring out their fourth album, and it’s just as hard-hitting and explosive as you would expect from the duo. With tantalising instrumental work and their carefully curated sound,

Crooked Teeth Honey EP

EP Review // CROOKED TEETH ‘Honey’

Southern California’s Crooked Teeth release new EP, Honey. The trio have been very busy this year. Having signed to Rude Records, they went on to re-release their Pastel EP earlier in May, which only skimmed the surface of what they had brewing behind the scenes. Their approach with

Can't Swim This Too Won't Pass

Album Review // CAN’T SWIM ‘This Too Won’t Pass’

Uncompromisingly raw, you’ll feel your heart ache with every word sung on this album as it explores the hardships of life. New Jersey-based Can’t Swim are back with a heartbreaking sophomore album that shines a light on reality and its affiliated struggles through the power of music.

Normandie White Flag

Album Review // NORMANDIE ‘White Flag’

A culmination of two years of writing and recording, White Flag sees the Swedish quartet honing in on their unique sound to produce a stunning sophomore effort. The feeling of giving up is one that has struck all of us at some point in life. Swedish rockers Normandie

Stand Atlantic Skinny Dipping artwork

Album Review // STAND ATLANTIC ‘Skinny Dipping’

Taking you through an honest journey where they bring all to light and hide nothing, the debut album from Stand Atlantic marks them as one of the most exciting bands around. The Australian pop punk trio Stand Atlantic have racked up a number of impressive accolades

Album Review // BEARINGS ‘Blue In The Dark’

Heartfelt lyrics and soaring melodies characterise the debut album from Bearings as you’re taken on a tale of personal experience. Ottawa-based Bearings chronicle their personal experiences on their debut full-length Blue In The Dark, rendering the album full of emotion and honesty. Sonically, it pushes the band’s

Album Review // TWENTY ØNE PILØTS ‘Trench’

With unexpected surprises at every turn, Twenty One Pilots return with an enthralling album that will push them towards even greater heights. Twenty One Pilots began this new era with host of cryptic messages and social media posts, and the wait is finally over as they

Black Peaks All That Devides

Album Review // BLACK PEAKS ‘All That Divides’

Black Peaks release their sophomore album All That Divides, a powerful exploration into the feelings that accompany pertinent political matters, and it’s sure to leave you gasping for breath. Conveying the band’s worries about the uncertain future in light of recent political events, All That Divides is a

Album Review // YOU ME AT SIX ‘VI’

More experimental and fun, You Me At Six return with some of their strongest work to date. When a band sticks around for a succession of albums over a long career, it can be difficult to know where they’re going forward, especially if they reach

Album Review // HIPPO CAMPUS ‘Bambi’

Reflecting on the chaos of current times, Hippo Campus set out on the path of sonic explorations and experimentation on their sophomore record, Bambi. Delving into the themes of mental health and anxieties that we all struggle with in the modern world, Hippo Campus shape a