Nonsuch Park

Scott Helman

Scott Helman’s new album Nonsuch Park is going to make this year seem a whole lot brighter.


Sex, Death & The Infinite Void


Southampton goth punks Creeper return with a lush, evocative new albujm.


Sad Happy

Circa Waves

You know that moment when you’re at a celebration and you’re both happy it’s happening, yet sad that it’s coming to an end? That’s exactly what the two-part album Sad Happy feels like.



Monsta X

Monsta X is making it a very Happy Valentine’s Day. Winter ain’t coming this February, monbebes, because the Monstas already rule the throne.


don’t you wanna be glad?

Super Whatevr

Super Whatevr’s new album don’t you wanna be glad? is a drastic departure from their previous albums.


State of Mind

The Faim

The Faim have been poised to steal your heart for a while and now, with State of Mind, they’re running away with it completely, carried by stadium-ready choruses and lyrics that cut in a way only total honesty can. 


Beneath The Eyrie

Produced by Tom Dalgety

“Here in the valley that we all know a river bend that’s deep and slow / Where every creature drinks their fill and other creatures take their kill” The Pixies’ long music history isn’t proliferated by albums, the latest, Beneath the Eyrie, makes just seven. The newest edition to this small but outstandingly influential discography […]


How It Feels To Be Lost

Produced by Matt Good and Zakk Cervini

    “Life’s too short to be worried ’bout whatever So you keep shining in the sun but I like the night time better” For Sleeping With Sirens fans who were less than supportive of the band’s necessary and fruitful detour into a more pop-like expression on Madness, How It Feels To Be Lost will […]



Frank Iero and the Future Violents

Barriers is complex, messy, and, above all, therapeutic.



The Dose

The Dose are the 90’s rock revival you’ve been waiting for.