Parquet Courts’ fifth album ‘Wide Awake!’ is the boldest record they’ve made so far, both musically bold and unambiguously political.
The 2018 edition of Wakefield’s Long Division Festival reaches its peak on Saturday June 2nd – here’s a sneak peek of what to expect!
The risky sonic gamble made on ‘Beyondless’ pays off handsomely, resulting in the most consistent, dark and heavy Iceage album so far.
It’s just about worth sticking with the filler for the handful of gems on Blossoms’ second album ‘Cool Like You’, a record that cleaves to the formula of their debut.
The best new releases to watch out for at Record Store Day 2018!
Goat Girl’s self-titled debut album displays huge promise and compelling modern punk bile, but its structure of song sketches lets the band down.
The impact of Suede’s 1993 debut album ‘Suede’, one of the first masterpieces of Britpop and which introduced one of the most hyped British bands ever.
Young Fathers’ third album ‘Cocoa Sugar’ sees a resolutely left-field and undefinable band venture slightly over the border into pop territory.
One of the most hyped-up debut albums of 2018, ‘Superorganism’ doesn’t fail to please, although the eight-piece group don’t really show us anything we didn’t already already know about them.