Philly punks Nothing are back from the brink with a new record that draws on some really, really bad times.
Liberty 37 : When we say
As long as there are teenage boys longing to discover greasy hair and Kurt Cobain, there will be bands like Liberty 37.
Some might say they rock, but they don't really. They're too self-conscious and pretentious and plain boring to rock. The guitars are barely loud enough to annoy your parents. And to make matters worse, there's the sultry, breathy male vocals coming over all MOR ballad from hell to give the kids something to aspire to once they've kissed a girl. Frankly, if this rocks, Stereophonics are Metallica.
You know, in biblical times, they killed the first-born male. Liberty 37 make you wonder if they were on to something.
The Strokes dabble with sounds from throughout their career on a satisfying return
Once the thrill of the cast and visuals wears off, this follow-up to Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland is a drag
George Clooney and Julia Roberts bounce off each other like pros in this amusing take on fat cat greed
The hooks are plentiful and the energy’s palpable, but the Bottlemen still don’t have a ‘Wonderwall’