Bag Of Bones – Third Dimension (Review)

I was very, very happy to receive an email from Bandcamp telling me that Bag Of Bones had just released their third full-length, mainly because their second full-length, last years On Moving On was one of my favourite lesser known releases of 2013, and one of the first I reviewed on this site. Third Dimension… Read More Bag Of Bones – Third Dimension (Review)

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Lung Season – 2014 (Review)

Lung Season are the latest band to sign to American label Giant MKT, and they’re set to release their debut 7” 2014 on March 11th, although it’s currently available to stream here. Whereas the releases name may be considered unimaginative the three tracks that 2014 contains are brilliantly unrestrained, brimming with enough energy and potential… Read More Lung Season – 2014 (Review)

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My Chemical Romance – Fake Your Death (Review)

And so it ends, as all good things eventually do. After announcing their split last March Fake Your Death marks My Chemical Romance’s final entry into their discography – if final still means anything where splits are concerned. Hopefully My Chemical Romance do return one day because, for me, they played a huge part in… Read More My Chemical Romance – Fake Your Death (Review)

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The Hotelier – Home, Like Noplace Is There (Review)

There’s a reason that Home, Like Noplace Is There is one of the years most anticipated releases, and thankfully the hype that surrounds it is entirely justified by the nine tracks that feature. Tiny Engines have a reputation for only releasing great music and The Hotelier’s sophomore release is probably the best they’ve put out,… Read More The Hotelier – Home, Like Noplace Is There (Review)

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The Written Years – The Written Years (Self-Titled) [Review]

The Written Years has been six years in the making and if it’s anything to go by it appears that those six years have been well spent, because the Vancouver based band’s debut is a gorgeously composed collection of tracks reflecting the year’s coldest season. The Written Years themselves describe their self-titled record as ‘winter… Read More The Written Years – The Written Years (Self-Titled) [Review]

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Modern Baseball – You’re Gonna Miss It All (Review)

Sports is an album that I’ve listened to religiously since its release in 2012 and for good reason. Modern Baseball’s debut full-length remains one of the most relatable and intriguing releases of recent memory, and expectations were high for its follow-up. As expected You’re Gonna Miss It All doesn’t disappoint, and if you’re yet to hear… Read More Modern Baseball – You’re Gonna Miss It All (Review)

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