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Reconnecting with their origins yet reinventing themselves, BMTH’s POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR EP is nothing short of intimidating. Bring Me The Horizon’s most awaited EP POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR finally sees the light of day and we couldn’t be more excited and intrigued. Constantly reinventing

HLH 2020

EP Review // HANDS LIKE HOUSES ‘Hands Like Houses’

Blessing us with summer vibes during autumn times, Hands Like Houses’ self-titled EP is nothing less of a bundle of joy to listen to on a rainy day, dreaming on the good old sunny days. With calm sadness carefully wrapped in a day-dreaming inspiring sound,

PUP 'This Place Sucks Ass'

EP Review // PUP ‘This Place Sucks Ass’

With PUP describing the EP being compiled of songs “too unhinged” for Morbid Stuff, it’s clear we are in for a treat. With Morbid Stuff being arguably one of the better punk rock albums of 2019, PUP went into 2020 with quite a reputation to

NCT Resonance Pt 1

Album Review // NCT ‘Resonance Pt. 1’

Demonstrating incredible versatility and unparalleled artistry, NCT break away from the K-pop stereotypical musical style and impress with an avalanche of quality, trailblazing songs in their newest album Resonance Pt. 1. Four years after their debut album, NCT (Neo Culture Technology) return with a treat

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Album Review // BEABADOOBEE ‘Fake It Flowers’

Fake It Flowers takes us back to the early noughties with nostalgic guitar riffs and an instant dose of attitude with beabadoobee proving she’s got what it takes.  Signed to Dirty Hit, beabadoobee has become somewhat of a cult figure over the last few months

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Album Review // SEAWAY ‘Big Vibe’

Inspired by 80s power-pop intertwined with Seaway’s signature pop-punk sound and some big surprises that take it to the next level, Big Vibe is the album that will bring some sunshine to your autumn. The Ontarians themselves describe Big Vibe as the “windows down, volume

Lupin 2020

Album Review // LUPIN ‘Lupin’

In his first solo venture, Lupin heads out on a quest of self-discovery, creating an electro-fuelled fantasy with his self-titled debut album. Reincarnating as Lupin, Jake Luppen of Hippo Campus departs from the band’s blissful indie sound in favour of more complex and innovative solutions.


Album Review // LANY ‘mama’s boy’

Swapping Malibu nights for Southern sunsets, LANY pay homage to their roots with a reflective and awe-inspiring collection of songs, mama’s boy. After the success of their 2018 album, Malibu Nights, LANY‘s frontman Paul Klein and his band mates Jake Goss and Les Priest found