Rishi Shah reviews Ohio hardcore outfit Beartooth’s breathtaking new album, Below.
Harry Bedder reflects upon Tortoise’s post-rock classic, Millions Now Living Will Never Die.
Roxanna Zoughi talks us through Neil Young’s new live album ‘Return to Greendale’ originally recorded in 2003
Roxanna Zoughi’s tribute to Eddie Van Halen, legendary guitarist of pioneering hard rock band Van Halen, who has died of cancer aged 65.
Father of All is just… boring. A product of an aged band and a style that has aged with them, Green Day bring us their latest album, teeming with insipid, tired rock clichés and unimaginative […]
“Ladies and Gentleman, welcome to the pool area.” was our greeting last Thursday night, as The Skints took to the stage. After seeing their shining set at 2000 Trees festival this summer, I did not […]
Joe Carter faced the elements to get a second helping of Oklahoman Indie Rock band Broncho after being charmed by their sonic aura in Montreal. As Montreal’s brisk autumn winds began to rise and its […]
Bakar has consistently brought a breath of fresh air to the London rock scene and there is no denying that his new project Will You Be My Yellow? enters a new era for the Camden-native. […]
Lemon Twigs, led by brothers Michael and Brian D’Addario, arrived as something that, on the surface, was fresh. Dig a little deeper though and you’ll see a 70s-style rock band – but man are they […]
4 years and a new member later, Drenge made their return last month with the release of their long-awaited third album, Strange Creatures. A complete rollercoaster in the form of just ten songs, Strange Creatures […]
1994 was a phenomenal year for rock. The same year that gave us Green Day’s Dookie, Jeff Buckley’s Grace, the Oasis/Blur clash of Definitely Maybe against Parklife, and even Kurt Cobain’s posthumous Nirvana album, MTV […]
There’s something in the water in Newcastle that has been producing an abundance of fresh, exciting new artists as if by magic over the past few years – one of the most enticing of these […]