Three Kings High ‘Hail’ | Album Review

Explosive, electrifying and replete in rocking waves, Bristol six-piece Three Kings High present their first album, ‘Hail’.

Kwabs ‘Love + War’ | Album Review

As a solo artist with unicorn lungs and production steeped in grandeur, Kwabs lives in a crowded house.

The Disfavoured Party ‘Manifesto’ | EP Review

The Disfavoured Party's new EP chops and changes with relentless melodrama.

Releases of the Month: March 2016

Each month we bring you a handy round-up of the most exciting new releases. This month sees long-awaited albums from Aurora and Emmy The Great, while...

Boxcar Aldous Huxley ‘Telegrams Elapsing’ | Album Review

‘Telegrams Elapsing’, is a moderately short collection of six dystopian waltzes, with a slight nod to the progress Boxcar Aldous Huxley have consciously foregone in favour of traditional instrumentation.

Releases of the Month – April

This month sees long-awaited albums, EPS and singles from Diet Cig, The Big Moon, Father John Misty and Happyness.
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Releases of the Month: August

The best of August's album releases, including the exciting new IDLES album, Bad Sounds providing accomplished noises and more Mitski magnificence.

Spectres ‘Where Flies Sleep’ | Video

Spectres have shared the gloomy new video for 'Where Flies Sleep'.

Foals ‘What Went Down’ | Album Review

As a band who’ve slowly sealed themselves as big-name headliners over the years, here is an album that simply must match the profile.

Bear’s Den – Red Earth & Pouring Rain Review

Bear's Den have smacked the usual concerns out of the park with their second full-length outing

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