Category: Album Reviews

EP: Bob Vylan – ‘Vylan’

Dissenters unite: London rap-punk phenomenon Bob Vylan have released their debut EP VYLAN, and it’s a vicious, sacrilegious offering from these unholy characters. Comprised of rapper Bob and drummer Bobbie (the ‘ie’ is important) the pair have self-produced, recorded, mixed and mastered the…

ALBUM: Otherkin – ‘OK’

Having built up a reputation with huge live shows – a reputation which landed them a slot supporting Guns ’N’ Roses at Slane Castle, and with The Dead Kennedy’s on their UK– it’s been a highly anticipated wait for Otherkin’s…

ALBUM: Fink – ‘Resurgam’

“We tried to make a record we would listen to and go, ‘I wish we’d written that’, and every time I listen to it that’s exactly what I think. And I kind of have to pinch myself to remind myself…

EP: Slabtoe. – ‘Slow Movements’

The eerily named Slabtoe. have released their debut EP Slow Movements via Brighton label Twitcher Records; and it’s an intriguing collection of  lo-fi, lethargic, but magnetic sounds that will seep right in to your cells. Their sedated buzz will appeal to fans…

ALBUM: Swivelman – ‘369’

369 is the debut full-length album from Essex-based duo Swivelman. Carved from the mind of bassist/vocalist Duf M and drummer Ben Woolf; this warped creation is “an exploration into the darker tones of music and life, acknowledging our inherent creationism,…

ALBUM: GUN – ’Favourite Pleasures’

Glaswegian rockers GUN return with their seventh studio album Favourite Pleasures and it is an album of raw emotion that straddles danger yet oozes melody at the same time. If you thought GUN had seen better days, think again… The…