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Album Review // THRICE ‘Palms’

The tenth album from Thrice further cements what we already knew – that Thrice are one of the best bands of their generation.  Thrice release their tenth album Palms, an album that tackles themes prevalent in today’s society and brings the band to a new light.

Juiceboxxx EP 2018

EP Review // JUICEBOXXX ‘Never Surrender Forever’

Five profound tracks that will keep you on your toes. Titled Never Surrender Forever, Juiceboxxx‘s new EP harbours a handsome amount of energy and attitude. What to expect you asked? Well, that’s the thing. His genreless sound always keeps you guessing. This collection of tracks is the

Album Review // PALE WAVES ‘My Mind Makes Noises’

The Manchester four-piece’s blend of dark atmospherics and refreshing pop is utterly beguiling. Over the past year, Pale Waves have set themselves up as prime makers of heartbreak pop. Finally now unleashing their awaited debut album My Mind Makes Noises, we see these goth-poppers properly

EP Review // FIZZY BLOOD ‘Pink Magic’

Oozing with charisma, there’s definitely some magic happening on Fizzy Blood’s third EP, suitably titled Pink Magic. Leeds quintet Fizzy Blood have certainly been making some waves in the UK DIY scene, and with their third EP Pink Magic, it is sure to propel them to further heights.

Counterparts Private Room EP

EP Review // COUNTERPARTS ‘Private Room’

The three track EP is dedicated to the fans who have supported the band no matter their antics. Canadian metal/hardcore band Counterparts acknowledge and thank their listeners in their newest EP Private Room. Although only three tracks long, the music makes up for the brevity as profound lyricism

Boston Manor Welcome To The Neighbourhood

Album Review // BOSTON MANOR ‘Welcome To The Neighbourhood’

A thought-provoking and brutally honest wake-up call for the apathetic masses that will send shivers down your spine. This is not an easy listen, but damn it’s so important. Disguised in metaphors and enigmatic references to their hometown, Welcome To The Neighbourhood is a progressive and

Album Review // HAPPY. ‘Cult Classic’

Wrapped up in melodic hooks and heartfelt lyrics, Cult Classic is a journey in pursuit of happiness without ever forgetting who you are. “Happiness is subjective and you are the only person that can be in control of your happiness and you get to determine

Album Review // WILD NOTHING ‘Indigo’

Wild Nothing return with fourth studio album Indigo. Making indie pop gems over the last ten years, the man behind Wild Nothing, Jack Tatum has come a long way from his 2010’s debut release Gemini. Wild Nothing continues to explore creative avenues in its sound, and Indigo is the

Album Review // THE KOOKS ‘Let’s Go Sunshine’

Making a bold statement about who they are, The Kooks re-define themselves on their highly anticipated fifth album Let’s Go Sunshine. When people mention The Kooks, you can immediately picture a guitar-driven British pop, and the band only act to cement this signature sound on their fifth album Let’s