Reviews

Single review: Animal House ‘No Mamma’

Since moving away from the glorious sunny shores of Australia and migrating over to the slightly less sunny shores of

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Single Review: Idles – ‘Colossus’

Bristol punks IDLES returned this week with new music ahead of their highly anticipated second album, which is set to

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Single review: Nausica ‘Black & White’

80s synth sounds are back in full force, you can’t deny, just accept it and enjoy the ride. German/Dutch quartet

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Single review: Aaron Ward ‘I Don’t Mind’

Having previously received acclaim as guitarist/vocalist in his band Maven Fiction, Aaron Ward has now decided to go it alone

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Album Review: Parquet Courts – Wide Awake!

On ‘Wide Awake’, Brooklyn -art punks Parquet Courts present a passionate state of intent, speeding through thirteen tracks articulately tackling

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Live Review: Slam Dunk Midlands 2018

The yearly bank holiday music festival across Leeds, Hatfield and Birmingham brought pop-punk fans out and into the glorious May

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Single Review: Superego ‘Sleep’

Midlands based four-piece Superego have unveiled their shimmering debut single, Sleep, via Big Indie Records. Opening with a wall of

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EP Review: Cable Street Collective – Where Now From Here?

Cable Street Collective have released their new EP Where Now From Here? The London-based 6 piece released their debut EP

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Album Review: Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino

There was a feeling of “what next?” for Arctic Monkeys after their 2013 smash hit album ‘AM’, and to many

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Album Review: Janelle Monáe – Dirty Computer

“Everything is sex, except sex, which is power” a statement Janelle Monáe makes on the song ‘Screwed’ which also sums up

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