ALBUM REVIEWS

The Warning ERROR

Mexican hard rock sister trio, The Warning have finally arrived with their highly anticipated debut full-length album, ERROR with Republic Records. Touching on powerful and emotional subject matter such…

Alexisonfire Otherness

Arriving thirteen years after the release of their last full-length album, Old Crows / Young Cardinals, Alexisonfire’s long-awaited new album, Otherness proves that time has done absolutely nothing to…

Pollyanna Slime

Carried by high energy guitar work, blunt lyrics and catchy as fuck choruses, it would be easy to write Pollyanna’s latest album, Slime off as just yet another fun…

Moodring Stargazer

In 2022, it’s hard to find an artist, album or even a song that can withstand the test of time. Do just a little digging, though, and you’ll find…

The Wrecks Sonder

Larger than life and filled to the brim with catchy as hell, incredibly relatable bangers, The Wrecks’ new album, Sonder is some of their best work yet. Driven by…

Lubalin whose love

There’s nothing out there quite like Lubalin’s latest genre-defying project, whose love. Difficult to predict and impossible to categorize, whose love finds the daring singer, songwriter and producer exploring…

Jukebox The Ghost Cheers

Jukebox The Ghost are proving that they still have plenty of tricks up their sleeves with their sixth full-length album, Cheers. Spanning thirteen creative, theatrical and emotionally vulnerable songs,…