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The Joy Formidable

Welsh power-trio The Joy Formidable follow-up 2016’s Hitch with their fourth LP. AAARTH is arguably the band's most full-blooded release to date. Songs such as 'Dance Of The Locust' and 'The Wrong Side' are full of bombastic guitar lines, cinematic strings and some show-stopping loud-quiet-low moments. Ge...view item »

Lonely The Brave
Dust & Bones EP

Emotional rock steady men Lonely the Brave like to mix things up with their EPs and here have presented two brand new tracks along with a cover of Pink Floyd's 'Comfortably Numb'. The lead track emerges from their recent 'Things Will Matter' LP and is a slab of big rock that also does subtlety and tugs at those ...view item »

Lonely The Brave
Things Will Matter (Redux)

Lonely The Brave clearly love the material they released on 2016’s Things Will Matter album, but they also reckon they could have done better. So they decided to do it again! Here is a Redux version of the album, reinventing and redeveloping those songs into somewhat new shapes. Nice approach, more bands ...view item »

Swedish Death Candy
Swedish Death Candy

Swedish Death Candy are an psychedelic rock band. They are are based in London  but originate from much further afield, with member from South Korea and Italy. Their self titled debut LP follows on from their Liquorice EP which won them great praise from the NME and airplay from Dan P. Carter. LP and CD on Hassle....view item »

Frank Iero and The Patience

Frank Iero was in My Chemical Romance for more or less their entire existence, giving him heavyweight pop-punk and emo credentials. Parachutes is his second solo album (recorded with backing band The Patience) and it has all the best-loved tropes from his career to date: howling anguish...view item »

Swedish Death Candy

There’s mysteries and then there’s surprises, and Swedish Death Candy is a little bit of both. From the streets of London, these blokes deliver some of truly head-bobber psychedelic rock. Expect vocals that sound like they come from miles away, distorted guitar riffs that you will be humming all day long, and an...view item »

Lonely The Brave
Things Will Matter

Album number 2 from Lonely The Brave, whose shiny-sheened alternative rock is making substantial waves on the scene. Things Will Matter has been granted that big-arena sound by noted producer Ross Orton, fully prepping i...view item »

DZ Deathrays

DZ Deathrays are a critically acclaimed Australian rock duo based in Brisbane. Their first record is essentially a thrash punk party, full of screaming, shouting,and dirty riffs. The lyrics occasionally verge on nonsense, particularly tracks like "Cops Capacity", but you'll usually be headbanging too much to care. Tracks 1 & 2 ("Teenage Kick...view item »

We Were Exploding Anyway

I liked this thing as soon as I heard it. I'm just a sucker for almost anything that reminds me of The Wraith. Or Miami Vice. In Sheffield. This sounds well futuristic. Each song is such an unrelenting assault on the senses, it nearly made me cream. Some of the tracks envelop you in rich synths, some parts pummel you with thrashy guitar and thud...view item »

Crash Tactics

Not really listened to these fellas much in a while. I thought the first album showed loads of promise, the potential for electronic and guitar music to be combined in a way which wasn't completely embarrassing for all sides for a change, but all the bits I've heard since seemed to be on a similar sort of level. Kinda churlish to criticise a ban...view item »

Alkaline Trio
This Addiction

This album is very polished and sounds very good (the mastering); however, the hooks and lyrics did not meet my expectations. This album is the A3's softer approach to music in general, and this may be a purposeful reason why it lacks emotional depth. All the songs have a smooth melody, which is fine if that is what you expect when you purchase ...view item »


These unique individual Tubelord ‘Propeller’ 7” sleeves are really very cool. We only have a teenie weenie amount of them to go around. Such is life. This doesn’t really grab me at all, there’s a bit of an emo edge going on... Although these guys are clearly a talented bunch with no shortage of ideas, lots of stop/start action and they pl...view item »