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March 2021

Album reviews

Tigers Jaw – I Won't Care How You Remember Me
Album review

Tigers Jaw – I Won't Care How You Remember Me

Tigers Jaw's most complete album yet.
nothing,nowhere. - Trauma Factory
Album review

nothing,nowhere. - Trauma Factory

A potent mixture of gritty R&B, crashing nu-metal, and straight-up post-punk.
Glitterer – Life Is Not A Lesson
Album review

Glitterer – Life Is Not A Lesson

Life's perfect just the way it is.
Chase Atlantic - Beauty In Death
Album review

Chase Atlantic - Beauty In Death

A record that sounds like it was born within the zeitgeist itself.
Architects - For Those That Wish To Exist
Album review

Architects - For Those That Wish To Exist

A melting pot of never-ending influences.
The Pretty Reckless - Death By Rock And Roll
Album review

The Pretty Reckless - Death By Rock And Roll

A band who continue to stand tall.
Drones - Our Hell Is Right Here
Album review

Drones - Our Hell Is Right Here

A record for cathartic release.
Dead Poet Society - -!-
Album review

Dead Poet Society - -!-

A band brimming with energy and potential.
Normandie - Dark & Beautiful Secrets
Album review

Normandie - Dark & Beautiful Secrets

Normandie remain a whole heap of fun.
Cloud Nothings – The Shadow I Remember
Album review

Cloud Nothings – The Shadow I Remember

A nod to where they've been, and a big, open arms gesture to where they're going.
Dohny Jep – Smile, It Might Never Happen EP
EP Review

Dohny Jep – Smile, It Might Never Happen EP

The band pile their energy into a call to arms.
Another Michael - New Music and Big Pop
Album review

Another Michael - New Music and Big Pop

Sincere tracks about insecurities, difficult memories, and the profound joy of music.
Wild Pink – A Billion Little Lights
Album review

Wild Pink – A Billion Little Lights

An album for clear nights where the universe's beauty and sheer scale can be pulled into widescreen focus.
Weezer - OK Human
Album review

Weezer - OK Human

Their strongest offering since 2016’s ‘White Album’.
Teenage Wrist – Earth Is A Black Hole
Album review

Teenage Wrist – Earth Is A Black Hole

The pair have produced a solid album.
Lande Hekt – Going to Hell
Album review

Lande Hekt – Going to Hell

Lande Hekt is becoming one of punk's vital songwriters.
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