Swedish rock quintet Thenighttimeproject return with their second LP, 'Pale Season'. The title refers to the blank voids of memory thanks to monotony. Will this new record fit that description or will it excel its predecessor as a melancholy rock masterpiece?
Brooklyn's Alicia Jeanine and Jed Smith bring to the table a joyous blend of 2019 nostalgic DIY indie pop and 60's surf rock in their punchy inaugural album: Jeanines.
2015’s BBC Introducing upcoming band of the year, SPQR are here with their new heartfelt art-rock EP, 'Low Sun Long Shadows'. Short and to the point, this EP reaffirms the band’s talent within the post-punk realms and leaves you scratching for more.
James Lavelle’s UNKLE returns with the anticipated follow-up album The Road: Part II / Lost Highway. Despite promising what we have come to expect from Lavelle, a host of well-known names, does this massive mixtape loose itself in its size?
Panorama is the latest album from experimental emo band La Dispute, who have celebrated 12 years of genre-refuting music. But is this new album a next step into decay or is this spoken-word Michigan five-peace ageing with grace?
Idiot Pilot, the Washington alternative rock duo, has been gone for 12 years. As 2019 gets well underway they are miraculously back with their third studio album, Blue Blood; but is this a royal return or should this band have been left in the past?