After straight-up disappearing in 2015, math-pop darlings Marmozets are back and upping up the monkey business.
"At a tight 20 minutes long, Mind Games is a solid intro to the Novocastrian easycore quintet."
Propagandhi have always been socially conscious, but there are particular times when their lyrical and philosophical perspective really dovetails with the headlines.
How Did I Find Myself Here? is no mere reunion album – it’s an immediate continuation from when the alt-rock neo-psych visionaries called it quits at the end of the 1980s.
"The album rewards old-school fans whilst adapting new sonic textures to evolve without sacrificing creativity."
There’s more than a little on the side this year, as Peter Hodgson discovers.
Dumpstaphunk tore Bluesfest apart in 2017, and now they’re coming back to finish the job.
Punks write their best music when the world is at its worst, and that's completely reinvigorated Rise Against.
It was clear from the outset that this was going to be quite a different Paramore to the ones we've been accustomed to.
Ben Folds vs. an army of paper plane-armed Regina Spektors.
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