Headroom – Headroom (Self-Titled) [Review]

Come December everything seems to slow down musically, with fewer releases as end of year lists are composed and attentions turn to the next twelve months. That said, if the release is good enough late November can also be a good time to make a mark as a band and steal the spotlight for a… Read More Headroom – Headroom (Self-Titled) [Review]

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Simple Plan – Get Your Heart On: The Second Coming (Review)

Simple Plan were one of the first alternative bands I ever listened to, and no matter how much they’ve changed since I first heard ‘No Pads…’ their music will still ultimately mean something to me. Sure, they’re getting older and becoming much harder to take seriously as a result of their style not always changing… Read More Simple Plan – Get Your Heart On: The Second Coming (Review)

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Polar Bear Club – Death Chorus (Review)

Following ‘Clash Battle Guilt Pride’ was always going to be difficult. That being said, you could say the same about following ‘Chasing Hamburg’ and ‘Sometimes Things Just Disappear’. On each occasion Polar Bear Club managed to release an album that saw them progress and up their game. It was a trend that was bound to… Read More Polar Bear Club – Death Chorus (Review)

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Anthony Green – Young Legs (Review)

In alternative music it’s rare that a musicians solo work garners as much attention and acclaim as their main projects. Anthony Green (of Circa Survive) was the recent exception to the rule, as his second full-length ‘Beautiful Things’ cracked the Billboard Top 30. 18 months later he’d be hoping for similar success and hopefully he… Read More Anthony Green – Young Legs (Review)

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Moose Blood / Departures – Split (Review)

Departures and Moose Blood have been two of Fist In The Air Records’ most positive artists over the last year, and for good reason. The former released the excellent ‘Teenage Haze’ whilst Moose Blood established themselves as one of the UK’s hottest prospects with the equally excellent ‘Moving Home’, one of my favourite releases this… Read More Moose Blood / Departures – Split (Review)

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Sights and Sounds – Silver Door (Review)

The only real criticism of 2009’s appropriately named ‘Monolith’ was that it often lacked direction, occasionally meandering instead of constantly delivering across the albums hour long length. It will come as a relief to fans then that ‘Silver Door’ is a much more polished and driven collection of songs that still manage to sound huge.… Read More Sights and Sounds – Silver Door (Review)

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