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Album Review: Husk by Goldblume

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Cambridge alt-rock act Goldblume released their debut album Husk via Aaahh!!! Real Records on 9th November. The album is a three-year journey into trying to find a sense of [...]

Album Review: Cheer by Drug Church

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Drug Church released their new album Cheer on 2nd November via Pure Noise Records. Drug Church–Patrick Kindlon (vocals), Nick Cogan (guitar), Cory Galusha (guitar), Pat [...]

EP Review: True Love by Fang Club

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Irish rock act Fangclub release their new EP True Love on29th June via Vertigo Records. Speaking honestly about the music and its lyrical content, enigmatic frontman Steven [...]

EP Review: Abstract Vision by RAIN

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Swindon shoegaze act RAIN release their new EP Abstract Vision on 24th November via Venn Records. Formed in late 2015, RAIN took no time in making a name for themselves. [...]

Album Review: Losing by Bully

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Nashville grunge act Bully released their sophomore album Losing via Sub Pop on 20th October. It’s an album that excels in just how well it executes the grunge sound. While [...]

Album Review: Chew by Muskets

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Muskets released their debut album Chew on 20th October via No Sleep Records. Chew borrows the gritty-ness of Fugazi and mixes it with the energy of early At The Drive In [...]

Album Review: II by Monster Treasure

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Monster Treasure release their new album II on 6th October via Leisure & District. Full of fuzzed up punk rock and grunge it’s a riotous scuzzed despondence and other [...]

Album Review: As You Please by Citizen

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Citizen release their third album As You Please on 6th October via Run For Cover Records. We’ve had a bit of love / hate relationship with Citizen, we were pretty damning [...]

Album Review: Swarmculture by Weirds

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Leeds pysch grunge four piece Weirds released their debut album, Swarmculture, on 26th May via Alcopop! Records. Recorded with Matt Peel (Pulled Apart By Horses, Eagulls) at [...]

Album Review: Loom by Loom

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Grunge act Loom released their debut self-titled album on 19th May via Silent Cult Records. Loom formed through a shared distaste, boredom, and frustration with new music. [...]