Four Year Strong – Four Year Strong (Self-Titled) [Review]

As was the case last year, Four Year Strong have new music out for the Summer, and I’ve come to find that there’s rarely a better time to listen to the Massachusetts four piece. 2014’s Go Down In History was an EP well catered for the season, and its following self-titled release picks up where… Read More Four Year Strong – Four Year Strong (Self-Titled) [Review]

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Hindsights – Cold Walls / Cloudy Eyes (Review)

With 2013 EP The Thoughts That Weigh Me Down Berkshire-based four-piece Hindsights sounded like a band on the verge of big things indeed. Across the five tracks on show there was a Hell of a lot of promise, jammed in alongside thoughtful lyrics and ambitious hooks. On its follow-up, and the band’s debut full-length, Cold… Read More Hindsights – Cold Walls / Cloudy Eyes (Review)

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Fall Out Boy – American Beauty / American Psycho (Album Review)

In a recent interview with Billboard Fall Out Boy bassist / lyricist Pete Wentz stated of the bands aims that “We need to be relevant to pop culture, which means we need to be played on the radio” and listening to his bands sixth LP you very much get that feeling. Over the last fifteen… Read More Fall Out Boy – American Beauty / American Psycho (Album Review)

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Moose Blood – I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time (Review)

Moose Blood’s rise to the forefront of the UK emo / punk scene has been rapid, beginning early last year with the bands excellent debut EP Moving Home. From here the band released a split with the equally excellent Departures, toured with Funeral For A Friend, and signed to US label No Sleep Records, home… Read More Moose Blood – I’ll Keep You In Mind, From Time To Time (Review)

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Lower Than Atlantis – Lower Than Atlantis (Self-Titled) [Review]

In the build-up to the release of their fourth album Lower Than Atlantis released a short, ten minute documentary (watch here) through their YouTube account, as some artists do, and I watched it, because I had a bad feeling about the record based on a few of its singles, and I wanted an explanation. I… Read More Lower Than Atlantis – Lower Than Atlantis (Self-Titled) [Review]

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Marmozets – The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets (Review)

Very few bands have been able to build themselves a reputation as solid as Marmozets have preceding the release of their debut album. The West Yorkshire five-piece made one hell of a mark with chaotic second EP Vexed and from there have only gone from strength to strength, and should continue to do so with… Read More Marmozets – The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets (Review)

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Music Submissions 13: Bad Luck / Twin Cities / Russell and the Wolf Choir / Past Haunts / The Electrets / The Big Forgive / Drift Wood Miracle / The Great Heights Band

I’m moving down to University this weekend, so I wanted to put together another submissions post before doing so, just so I don’t end up a few weeks behind whenever I settle in. Moving south shouldn’t change too much on here, and I’ll still be posting fairly regularly, so if you’d like to send anything… Read More Music Submissions 13: Bad Luck / Twin Cities / Russell and the Wolf Choir / Past Haunts / The Electrets / The Big Forgive / Drift Wood Miracle / The Great Heights Band

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Music Submissions 12: Kyle Cox / Heavyweights / dæphne / Azwel / Cans / Brokehead / Nepotism / Alexeï Kawolski / James McKean and the Blueberry Moon

I’m going away for two weeks in a few days so I wanted to put another submissions post together to avoid falling even further behind when I return home sunburnt and jet-lagged, both of which are pretty much guarantees. If you’d like to send anything over for consideration when I do get back then please feel… Read More Music Submissions 12: Kyle Cox / Heavyweights / dæphne / Azwel / Cans / Brokehead / Nepotism / Alexeï Kawolski / James McKean and the Blueberry Moon

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