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WhoHurtYou Stages EP 2019

EP Review // WHOHURTYOU ‘Stages’

On their debut EP, WhoHurtYou effectively explore the different stages people go through after a breakup, packing a punch for those going through the same. Started as a way to deal with both their breakups, All Time Low’s Jack Barakat and popular songwriter Kevin Fisher

Jimmy Eat World Surviving 2019

Album Review // JIMMY EAT WORLD ‘Surviving’

With a fresh vision and whole new mindset, Jimmy Eat World let go of the past on their awe-inspiring rock-blasting 10th studio album, Surviving. With a knack for captivating storytelling, Jimmy Eat World once again transform their personal experiences into universal values and stories that

Dream State - Primrose Path 2019

Album Review // DREAM STATE ‘Primrose Path’

Embracing their traumatic emotions and experiences, Dream State bring out the light in the dark with their debut album Primrose Path. Dream State‘s debut album Primrose Path is utterly sensational. The album is a call out to those living through the devastating reality of drug

Waterparks Fandom 2019


Transcending the limits of genres, Waterparks return with a highly ambitious and cohesive new album, FANDOM, marking their best work to date. Following the alphabetical order of their catalogue, the “green era” of Waterparks brings us to FANDOM, a follow-up to their 2018 second album


EP Review // SIMPLE CREATURES ‘Everything Opposite’

Synthpop power duo Mark Hoppus and Alex Gaskarth have released their second EP in the span of seven months, cranking out six songs for jam-packed Everything Opposite. Mark Hoppus, of blink-182 fame, and Alex Gaskarth, vocalist of All Time Low, are undeniably two pop punk


Album Review // THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA ‘The Act’

The Act entwines many different aspects of metal genres to create something unique and intriguing. Drifting between heavy and light, the album depicts how consuming the dark can be, but also how delicate and beautiful life can be too. The Devil Wears Prada’s new album


Album Review // BABYMETAL ‘Metal Galaxy’

With a visionary new approach, BABYMETAL take their sound to new heights on their genre-crossing third album, Metal Galaxy. The anticipation for BABYMETAL‘s third album Metal Galaxy has been growing significantly since their headline show at O2 Academy Brixton this summer. Performing many songs off

Can't Swim Foreign Language EP

EP Review // CAN’T SWIM ‘Foreign Language’

The post-punk band has unveiled their artist-riddled new EP, Foreign Language, through Pure Noise Records. And it’s an aggressive one. “I always told you, grandma always says: fuck them!”, an older woman’s voice sounds. The first lines to Foreign Language immediately grab your attention before

DIIV Deceiver 2019

Album Review // DIIV ‘Deceiver’

Birthed out of the wreckage of their past traumas, DIIV’s latest approach to music is helping them reach catharsis and new beginnings. In the three years that have transpired since their critically-acclaimed album Is The Is Are, DIIV have undergone a kind of transformation. Approaching