‘Spin’ may be one of Tigers Jaw’s more formulaic efforts, but is still an enjoyable addition to their beloved discography.
What has always made Arca’s music so unique is his ability to distort and take the listener on a mind-bending journey
Diet Cig’s debut leaves the duo with room to improve, but is still one of the funnest pop punk albums you’re likely to come across this summer.
The departure of long-time guitarist Matt Mondanile hasn’t affected too much stylistic change on Real Estate’s 4th album ‘In Mind’.
Colorado couple Tennis’ fourth album is a perfectly pleasant affair, but doesn’t dare to break from an increasingly formulaic style.
Grandaddy’s ‘Last Place’ has a couple of mediocre moments, but still manages to be the most enjoyable addition to their catalogue since ‘The Sophtware Slump’.
DNCE’s eponymous debut will definitely surprise the most sceptical listeners
The good news for fans of Justice is that the French duo’s signature sound didn’t go anywhere. Though sometimes, you can’t help but wish that by album three they would step out into uncharted territory just a bit more.
‘An Odd Entrances’ reveals a more gradual demeanour than its preceding partner, however, its capacity to build enormous sonic pressure remains painstakingly present.
‘We Got It From Here…’ will be remembered as the perfect farewell from some of the finest godfathers in alternative hip hop.