Album Review: Sunship Balloon – Everywhen

Daniel Haggis and Tord Øverland Knudsen have enjoyed success with The Wombats including a stream of iconic indie tracks which are cemented into the minds of a generation. Their new project Sunship Balloon, with...

Album Review: The Magic Gang – Death of the Party

After the release of their self titled debut in 2018, Brighton's The Magic Gang were riding a wave of plaudits going into the recording of their second album Death of the Party. While their optimism may have be...

Album Review: Disclosure – ENERGY

Disclosure (brothers, Guy and Howard Lawrence) have always been ingenious when it comes to dance music and club culture. ENERGY is their first studio album since 2015's Caracal, and it is testament to the broth...

Album Review: Bully – SUGAREGG

Released through Sub Pop records SUGAREGG will be added to a list of infamous album releases under the label including Nirvana's Bleach, Foals' Total Life Forever, and Mudhoney's self-titled debut. Bully really...

Album Review: Biffy Clyro – A Celebration Of Endings

Biffy Clyro have never stood on ceremony or followed rules, they can transition from hard riffs to pop hooks with ease.  A Celebration Of Endings, the Kilmarnock band's ninth studio album, sees them exploring, ...

Album Review: Sea Girls – Open Up Your Head

Sea Girls' career has gone stellar in the last year with intense live shows and heart felt lyrics being the backbone of their success. This is all mirrored in their rocket fuelled debut album, Open Up Your Head...

EP Review: The Japanese House – Chewing Cotton Wool

Visionary pop aficionado Amber Bain, better knows as The Japanese House, returns with Chewing Cotton Wool, a four track EP, her first release since her debut album Good at Falling from last year. This format i...