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EP REVIEW: ‘Against The Ropes’ by Follower

Remember that Northshore EP from a few weeks back that seemed to want to get by on Britrock worship that, for the most part, felt supremely out of date? 551 mots de plus

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Silver Tongues’ by Crows

It’s been hard to avoid the resurgence of post-punk lately, not just in the near-constant rollout of new bands taking hold of the sound, but in the way that, in the wake of Idles’ … 751 mots de plus

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Sittin’ In A Tree’ by Jaret & Kelly

It’s hard not to question whether all of Jaret Reddick’s music in the past has been entirely worth it. It’s hard to argue with Bowling For Soup and how they’ve earned a legitimate place among the pop-punk pantheon, but looking at Jarinus and a lot of his solo work, the distinguishing features become increasingly difficult to zero in on. 873 mots de plus

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘INFINITY’ by Scarlxrd

The idea of music being cyclical isn’t a new notion, but it’s one that feels all the more pertinent given the recent surge of hip-hop artist into the rock space. 1 107 mots de plus

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Pretty Buff’ by Angel Du$t

On paper, Angel Du$t seems like too good of a project to pass up. For one, it’s a band consisting of members of Turnstile and Trapped Under Ice, two acts who’ve unceasingly been heralded as among the most exciting names in hardcore, and for good reason. 888 mots de plus

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EP REVIEW: ‘Ensom’ by Parting Gift

The arrival of Holding Absence into modern rock’s big leagues is enough of an early indication that bleak, atmospheric post-hardcore is on the up, but the swift arrival of Parting Gift only looks to be solidifying it as a genuine force. 666 mots de plus

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Only Things We Love’ by Blaqk Audio

Historically, it’s always seemed to be difficult for Blaqk Audio to get their foot in the door. Even with the star power of AFI’s Davey Havok and Jade Puget serving as the project’s masterminds, their brand of darkwave-touched synthpop has never gelled as well as it maybe should, falling deeply out of favour with rock critics who gravitated towards it seemingly out of obligation, and pretty much ignored by anyone else. 785 mots de plus

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