Album Review: Pale Waves – Who Am I?

Pale Waves ditch the eighties style guitar riffs and sleek synths of their debut, and instead turn to the 2000's heyday of pop punk for its follow-up, Who Am I? Despite the record largely parroting this era...

Album Review: Cabbage – Amanita Pantherina

Cabbage's previous releases were filled with rocket-rage, consisting of tracks that left your head fuzzy and your brain spinning. Their second studio album Amanita Pantherina with its delayed release, sees the ...

Album Review: Fenne Lily: BREACH

This year has seen many of us being forced into an isolation of the type we have never experienced, bringing us many challenges both personally and professionally. Fenne Lily on the other hand is not new to thi...

Album Review: Declan McKenna – Zeros

Declan McKenna’s second album, Zeros, is both retro and futuristic, heavily influenced by seventies icons but delivered with an intergalactic punch. “What do you think about the rocket I built?” McKenna sing...

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: Seasick Steve – Love and Peace

Love and Peace will be Seasick Steve's tenth studio album, and the blues veteran continues in his stride. You could argue that producing blues albums has become Steve’s raison d'être. The title track begins th...

Album Review: JARV IS… – Beyond the Pale

Jarvis Cocker likes to experiment with wordplay. He also likes experimenting with music and Beyond the Pale captures both of these talents beautifully. JARV IS..., a band of musicians Cocker gathered from acros...

Album Review: The Beths – Jump Rope Gazers

The Beths set the world alight with their impressive debut, Future Me Hates Me, in 2018. This has naturally led to added pressure for the follow up. After 18 months of touring the world with this blistering deb...