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SWMRS, Simple Creatures, Grandson
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American Football's 'LP3' is light-years ahead
Fuzzy shoegaze and metronomic post-rock.
London's Crows have taken flight with their long-awaited debut
Both a perfect introduction to the group and a perfectly-pitched progression for the faithful.
For every diamond Angel Du$t's 'Pretty Buff' has, there’s a whole lot of rough to go with it
It’s the moments where Angel Du$t take the biggest risks that actually pay off.
Indoor Pets arrive with an immensely powerful debut
The band don’t hold back.
Weezer's The Black Album is your traditional Weezer muddle
That’s so Weezer.
While She Sleeps move into new territory with 'SO WHAT?'
They've lost none of their potency or ribcage-rattling power.
Woahnows still have a knack for delivering fun-filled three-minute pop songs
Fun, irreverent, heartfelt and passionate.
‘Berkeley’s On Fire’ is SWMRS supercharged: music that matters, but isn't afraid to have fun
Fizzing with ambition and energy.
Queen Zee's debut album is a bold and boisterous punk celebration
Queen Zee offer a hand, an invitation to dance and mosh in solidarity.
'Stuffed & Ready' takes Cherry Glazerr to greater heights
Frontwoman Clem Creevy embraces her vulnerability more so than ever before.
Girlpool feel like a different band on 'What Chaos Is Imaginary'
Girlpool have grown considerably as artists since their folk punk beginnings.
Spielbergs have created a determined debut with ‘This Is Not The End’
Raw feedback and clashing instrumentation are the fuel to this Oslo trio’s fire.
Thyla's debut EP 'What’s On Your Mind' us a potent concoction of ethereal dream pop and agitated grunge
Brighton’s Thyla come through resilient.
'amo' is the sound of Bring Me The Horizon striving to surpass narrow genre boundaries
When it comes to finding a mix that works, Bring Me are the best in the game.
Press Club's debut ‘Late Teens’ perfectly captures the essence of modern life
This is one club that the world will be clamouring to join.
Say Anything's 'Oliver Appropriate' is a fittingly bold conclusion to this chapter in Max Bemis's career
It contains some solid gold pop-songs.
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