Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Tag: album review

Millencolin deliver ’90s-style melodic pop-punk on their first album in seven years (review)

Millencolin True Brew For their first album in seven years, Swedish melodic skate punks Millencolin have delivered... well, exactly what you'd expect them to deliver. Come...

Northern Faces’ self-titled debut is a perfect example of what pop music should be...

Northern Faces Northern Faces If pop music is meant to be polished, nobody told Northern Faces. On their self-titled debut, the Albany, New York four-piece have...

Speedy Ortiz’s ‘Foil Deer’ is a meticulous collection which deconstructs convention (review)

Speedy Ortiz Foil Deer Speedy Ortiz’s first full-length, 2013’s Major Arcana, was one of the denser debuts in recent memory, one where whip-smart lyrics and gnarled...

After the doom and gloom of ‘Gossamer,’ ‘Kindred’ sees Passion Pit walking back into...

Passion Pit Kindred For Passion Pit frontman Michael Angelakos, 1985 was a very good year, as the album’s first single, “Lifted Up (1985)” confirms. Chronicling  love...

Dustin Kensrue’s ‘Carry The Fire’ is “a robust and decidedly enjoyable affair” (review)

Dustin Kensrue Carry The Fire Dustin Kensrue’s solo material has progressed similarly to that of another sensitive bearded man originally from a heavy band: City &...

While She Sleeps “have stepped their game up mightily” with ‘Brainwashed’ (review)

While She Sleeps Brainwashed Hailing from Sheffield (the Northern England city that also gave the world Bring Me The Horizon, Arctic Monkeys and rock titans Def...

There’s not one bad song on the Maine’s ‘American Candy’ (review)

The Maine American Candy After working with Brendan Benson on 2013’s Forever Halloween, the Maine decided to tap old friend Colby Wedgeworth to produce and mix their...

Sleeping With Sirens show they are poised for greater things with ‘Madness’ (review)

Sleeping With Sirens Madness Who says you can’t please everyone? Oh, yeah: the internet. If Sleeping With Sirens are guilty of anything on their fourth album, it’s...

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