Weezer (Black Album) is a pretty crap record. Don't get mad at us, we're just being honest.
Nude Shoes' Suburban Ceremonies a short, but incredibly rewarding listen, one that leaves you in anticipation for what’s next.
Halogens' EP Happy Hour is 6 songs that show a band flexing their take on the influences that have shaped their music- with competence and poise.
Deftones have used tracks like "Be Quiet and Drive" and countless subsequent songs to illustrate what can be done when metal is combined with artistry and intelligence.
Norway’s post-hardcore/rock outfit, Spielbergs, have rocketed into that sphere with their debut album This Is Not The End.
Blushing is, without a doubt, a beautiful record. It shimmers yes, but the luminescence it shows doesn’t quite resonate as deeply as it once did.
Set to the tune of aggressive, in-your-face, unfiltered ghettocore, Attila is definitely an acquired taste and not for everyone.
Taking a page out of the Wonder Years playbook, London four piece Burnt Tapes are looking to carve their niche in genre that has seen some impressive releases over the last few years.
What does the new Millencolin sound like? It sounds like a Millencolin album. A damn good Millencolin album.