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Album Review // WITH CONFIDENCE ‘Love And Loathing’

Bruised and scarred, but stronger than ever, With Confidence return with their sophomore effort, Love And Loathing. Caught up in a whirlwind of first loves and fiery breakups, the Aussie pop-punk now trio embark on a path of self-discovery and self-acceptance on their sophomore record,

Album Review // THE VRYLL SOCIETY ‘Course Of The Satellite’

Wonderfully psychedelic, you’ll be taken on a magical journey as the album leaps off into a myriad of kaleidoscopic melodies, rousing choruses, and intimate emotions. There’s no sound out there quite like The Vryll Society, and it’s a sound that has been developed and honed over

Album Review // TROPHY EYES ‘The American Dream’

Trophy Eyes return with The American Dream, an album that redefines them in every possible way. From self-loathing and self-doubt, to dealing with aggression and fear, to finding strength in weakness and dreams, Trophy Eyes come full circle to a place where they were always headed.

Album Review // CROSSFAITH ‘EX_MACHINA’

The concept album from Crossfaith is a thrilling ride from start to finish, and it’s undeniably the best work put out by the outfit that pushes their unique sound to dazzling new heights. Crossfaith really take their own sound to soaring new heights with their latest

Album Review // LIKE PACIFIC ‘In Spite Of Me’

Canadian pop-punk/emo quintet Like Pacific hit all the feels in their sophomore album, In Spite Of Me.   Like Pacific take their signature style established on their debut album and bring it to the next level in their sophomore effort, In Spite Of Me. The album just

Album Review // NIC CESTER ‘Sugar Rush’

Jet frontman Nic Cester returns with his debut solo album titled Sugar Rush. Luckily, we have a sweet tooth for the Jet frontman’s electric vocals and bombastic aesthetic. Nic Cester and his band, who dominated not only the Australia’s music scene and beyond for many years, also continues to rock

Album Review // LYDIA ‘Liquor’

On their new album, Liquor, Arizona trio Lydia muster up ten tracks laced with bliss, angst, optimism and despair. Since their 2015 release Run Wild, Lydia have been enduring the highs and lows of the creative process. And with six previous LPs in tow, it

Album Review // GLOO ‘A Pathetic Youth’

You’ll be tempted to go out and smash something as Sussex punks Gloo rile you up with their debut album.  Hailing from the small town of Littlehampton, Gloo’s big sound doesn’t seem to reflect this. Their debut album provides ten tracks of smashing guitars, boisterous

Album Review // HOMESAFE ‘One’

Exploring feelings of homesickness and self-doubt, Chicago quartet Homesafe reflect on their past experiences on their debut album for Pure Noise Records, One. The last four years has seen Homesafe logging many miles and gaining new fans, but with all the funs of touring, there will inevitably be