A promising return to his former glory, No Past. No Future. No Sun. scratches an itch that Corgan hasn’t been able to reach since the turn of the 21st century.
By self-titling their fourth album, Dead Letter Circus have made a poignant statement. Sarah Comey noodles through its importance with axemen Luke Palmer and Clint Vincent.
With the experimental (and aptly titled) VI, British pop-rock trailblazers You Me At Six have reached their strongest point in 14 years. Matt Doria gets to the bottom of how they managed to do it with lead guitarist Chris Miller.
Cash Savage & The Last Drinks are back with another set of polarising heart-pounders. Matt Doria catches up with their titular heroine to riff on the two most important things in her world: honesty, and a good Telecaster.
Though promises of an eighth Against Me! record didn’t materialise in 2018, frontwoman Laura Jane Grace has been anything but quiet. Matt Doria hits her up on Skype to vibe on her new, Australia-flavoured solo album.
Narrative has always been a strong suit for MewithoutYou, but on their untitled 2018 album, the Philly post‑artcore mob have crafted their richest and most ravishing world of fantasy.
For a transcendental 30 minutes, the indie‑pop Victorian blazes through adolescent love and emotional growth with a sharp dexterity.
Grandiosity prevails in the first Unplugged session natively produced Down Under.
When it comes to the Aussie rock bucket list, Powderfinger axeman Darren Middleton certainly boasts a fair resume...
The debut solo album from one of pop‑rock’s most inimitable voices is short, sweet and, in true Justin Courtney Pierre style, ridiculously fun.
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