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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.

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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

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Album Review // SuperM ‘Super One’

SuperM solidify their place among the top K-pop groups with an undeniable and fierce debut album, Super One. When I first heard SuperM were releasing a full-length album, I was beyond hyped and definitely ecstatic. Bringing under the same banner the crème de la crème

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Album Review // DEFTONES ‘Ohms’

Coming as Deftones’ latest masterpiece, Ohms proves once again that the band’s unique trademark sound is unparalleled and immortal. Few bands and artists can pride themselves in a unique, instantly recognizable sound and even less can claim their original musical recipe survived the test of

Fit For A King The Path 2020

Album Review // FIT FOR A KING ‘The Path’

Returning with metalcore at its fines, Fit For A King’s new album The Path is going to be everything you expected and hoped for. If there’s anything we can all agree on, it’s that Fit For A King have mastered metalcore. Period. The Path comes

Movements_NoGoodLeftToGive 2020

Album Review // MOVEMENTS ‘No Good Left To Give’

Whirling through a torrent of deeply intimate experiences, No Good Left To Give sees Movements stripped down to their bare bones as a band. Californian quartet Movements find their feet in their heartbreakingly honest, thought-provoking and musing sophomore album No Good Left To Give. Delving

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Album Review // KNUCKLE PUCK ’20/20′

Serving us hard-hitting optimism in pessimistic times, the Chicagoans have released the perfect addition to their discography with their third studio album 20/20. The midst of a pandemic may not be the best time to release an album, having no opportunity to promote it through

PVRIS Use Me 2020

Album Review // PVRIS ‘Use Me’

If this album proves one thing, it is that PVRIS have mastered the electro-pop / synth-pop sound and are unparalleled in creating a dark yet dreamy mood and a sad yet tranquil sound you can lose yourself into. One of this year’s most awaited album,