Category: Album Reviews

ALBUM: The Sherlocks – ‘Live For The Moment’

Let me start with a warning: once you’ve listened to this record, you won’t be able to stop. Sheffield’s The Sherlocks have that effect on you. They’ve been taking the underground indie scene by storm these past few years, getting…

ALBUM: The Magnettes – ‘Ugly Youth’

Growing up above in a small Swedish town above the Arctic Circle, the sun never rising in winter, and speaking a minority language there is plenty about glitter-punk trio The Magnettes which says outsider. Yet the three piece – Rebecka…

ALBUM: James Yuill – ‘A Change In State’

Having specialised in audio forensics at university, James Yuill’s understanding of sound is inherently scientific. His experience in analysing sound as criminal evidence, something which may sound worlds away from the method behind writing an album, has proved to have…

EP: Generation – ‘Who Loves This Generation?’

The current punk renaissance has brought to the fore The Touts from Derry, Proletariat from Manchester and now Liverpool is trying its luck with Generation. Liverpool is not somewhere particularly famed for its punk heritage, but nevertheless Generation are blazing…

ALBUM: Lucy Rose – ‘Something’s Changing’

“Music is actually more than music for most people in the world,” says songwriter Lucy Rose, who releases her third album, Something’s Changing, via Communion today (July 7th). The record is a tender ode to her time spent travelling in Latin…

EP: HAUS – ‘S W Y S’

If you’re looking for honest, motivational, sharply produced new music; look no further than HAUS‘ latest EP, Say What You Say (SWYS). Released last month via Atlas Artists and produced by Everything Everything’s Alex Robertshaw, the five-track EP is a perfect…

EP: Wax Machine – ‘Harlequin’s Patchwork’

Harlequin’s Patchwork is the debut EP from Brighton outfit Wax Machine, and it’s an ambitious collection of alternative tunes that feel as if they’ve strayed from the pages of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland. The four-track release waxes and wanes (as the…

EP: Guttfull – ‘#notallmen’

The debut EP from sax punk band GUTTFULL builds on their already riotous, unapologetically angry and hugely catchy singles to bring together a collection of modern feminist anthems with big pop sensibilities. Formed in 2016 and including members from Thee…

EP: The Coathangers – ‘Parasite’

Riot Grrrls get ready: Atlanta punk trio The Coathangers have released their latest EP Parasite via Suicide Squeeze, and it’s bursting with style, intent and attitude. The band first stormed on to the scene over a decade ago, but whether you’ve been there from the start,…