A multi-award-winning experience of what it’s like to live in constant fear, from rookie Hungarian director László Nemes
Songs From An American Movie, Volume 1: Learning How To Smile
...will continue to mean jack over here.
Answer: because otherwise they end up sounding like this. Former dab hands at the gloomy, polished H|sker D| chug, grunge-pop turncoats Everclear's third album is so relentlessly upbeat, one feels compelled to stub cigarettes out on their arms and yell, "Snap out of it!"
over 'AM Radio''s cod-nostalgia without clenching your fists, you either possess Zen-like levels of tolerance, or are a member of Gay Dad.
Amongst '...American Movie''s scoutish campfire strums, bad Chilis homages and occasional tastefully Beach Boys-ish moments, we find 'Unemployed Boyfriend' sounding like Lyte Funkie Ones' 'Girl On TV', and as such a key to their current way of thinking. It'll undoubtedly catapult Everclear into increasingly vulgar US arenas, but will continue to mean jack over here. Still, '...Volume 2' is promised for later this year, so let's break out the razor blades and hope for the best.
A disappointingly shallow dig into the soul of a man who should be on the edge, but isn’t
The A$AP Mob member’s second album is personal and poppy, and features a guest spot from his mum
LA/Vancouver trio White Lung soften the edges of their hardcore sound on their gripping fourth album
An over-sugared combo of Katy and big names in grime, techno, hip-hop and d’n’b