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BLAENAVON “That’s Your Lot” Review

The Hampshire trio embarks on a quest of self-discovery and growth with their long-awaited debut album. It’s been a long time coming with this one. Blaenavon have finally come around to release their debut, and it sounds just as lush and haunting as the town

BEARCUBS Takes Us ‘Underwaterfall’ with His New EP

London based artist/producer returns with sophomore EP, Underwaterfall. If your ears aren’t familiar with the sounds of Bearcubs, a London producer aka Jack Ritchie, I think you are doing yourself a disservice. I remember when the track and the title of his new EP Underwaterfall, was

TEMPLES Return With an Active Volcano

The band releases sophomore record Volcano. Second album syndrome is a known and feared phenomenon in music. It’s said you have your whole life to make a debut, though the pressure of the follow up often leads to a trap of mediocrity. Through the dozen

DOPE LEMON Returns with New EP ‘Hounds Tooth’

DOPE LEMON, the side project of Angus Stone, one part of Angus & Julia Stone, has released new EP, Hounds Tooth. After the release of Honey Bones just last year, Uptown Folks being on repeat for the better part of the year, Dope Lemon calling from down under is back

AMBER RUN Release New Album ‘For A Moment, I Was Lost’

The band returns with their sophomore full-length. If you haven’t heard of Amber Run, now is the time to start paying attention. This four piece from Nottingham, UK composed of Joe Keogh, Will Jones, Tom Sperring and Henry Wyeth, have just released their second album

COMMUNIONS Emerge out of the ‘Blue’

The Danish band is finally out with their anticipated debut after years of lingering. The Copenhagen boys first surfaced with their lo-fi EP, Cobblestones, released in 2014 on Posh Isolation, and have since then had a significant growth as a band before finally releasing their

FRANK CARTER’s New Album Lands Far from Ruin

Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes release their sophomore full-length, Modern Ruin. Well known for their raucous behaviour and thrilling live shows Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes return with a new record that is purely in-your-face punk rock, filled with a brutal honesty which goes right down your spine