Category: Album Reviews

ALBUM: Gomez – ‘Liquid Skin – 20th Anniversary’

Rating: Indie-Rock outfit Gomez celebrate the 20th anniversary of platinum selling album Liquid Skin. Releasing a remastered edition of the record, it sounds as individual and against the grain today as when it was released 20 years ago. As the…

EP: Polar Youth – Lost and Found

Rating: Electro-pop artist Polar Youth releases her latest EP Lost + Found. A collection of 6 tracks sometimes dwindling but often wonderful in their nature, it shines a new light upon conventional, wide-spread pop-tones. Leading the EP is track Space…

Album Review: Dinosaur Pile-Up – Celebrity Mansions

Since the release of their debut album in 2010, Dinosaur Pile-Up has gone from strength to strength and are about to release their newest record ‘Celebrity Mansions’ on 7th June, via the legendary Parlophone Records. The three tracks already available…

ALBUM: PAT DAM SMYTH ‘The Last King’

If music hadn’t found him and permitted him self-expression, Pat Dam Smyth would have excelled as a performance poet, the curious fervency of his voice long nourished by the proselytising city in which he made his musical bones. The Northern…

Suspects release debut EP ‘Recovery’ on Cool Thing Records

An exploration of personal fragility documented through visceral guitar riffs and powerful percussion; Suspects‘ debut EP Recovery is an aural uppercut that demands your listening attention. Released via Cool Thing Records today (May 31st), the Southend duo formed of Thomas Prescott…

EP: Interpol – ‘A Fine Mess’

Rating: American Guitar rock group Interpol return with their latest EP A Fine Mess. A collection of 5 tracks which highlight the trademark snarl of the bands guitar tones. Interpol have been a present within the Alternative Rock scene since…

ALBUM: THE WATERBOYS ‘WHERE THE ACTION IS’

With a wealth of music made and stacked high behind him, upon which he can hang the sign ‘Legacy’, Mike Scott has returned with a record made accessible for anyone not familiar with his previous work. With an ever revolving…

ALBUM: Peter Doherty and the Puta Madres

Rating: Peter Doherty releases his new album with latest outfit the Puta Madres. Taking a softer sound approach than with his previous bands, Doherty still maintains his distinctly ramshackle styling whilst demonstrating a clear blending on genre. Peter Doherty has…