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The Murder Capital – ‘When I Have Fears’ review

The Murder Capital arrive as the latest in a new, hungry line of Irish rock bands giving the country – and its capital of...

Frank Turner – ‘No Man’s Land’ review

From facing all kinds of long-standing criticism for his political views to hesitating to budge on the topic of his side-project Möngöl Hörde’s band...

Rick Ross – ‘Port of Miami 2’ review

Thirteen years ago Rick Ross exploded onto the scene with the earth-shattering street anthem ‘Hustlin’’. The former protege of Miami rap legend Trick Daddy...

Ride – ‘This Is Not A Safe Place’ review

The year is 1997. Andy Bell, emerging from the wreckage of his old band, the mercurial Ride, two years previous, is on stage with...

Bon Iver – ‘i, i’ review

"And now, it might be Autumn.” Those were the words included in a video teasing Bon Iver’s fourth album ‘i, i’. The clip revealed that...

Blanck Mass – ‘Animated Violence Mild’ review

When Benjamin Power – one half of electronic duo Fuck Buttons – started his Blanck Mass project in 2011, it took a form very...

Slipknot – ‘We Are Not Your Kind’ review

You look at that 1999 image of Slipknot, boiler-suited, clad in cheap, nasty horror movie masks, crowded together in a playground, the bleached-out bright...

The Regrettes – ‘How Do You Love?’ album review

“Are you in love?” asks Lydia Night on the opening moments of The Regrettes’ second album. “Do you feel it in your stomach? Does...

Rich Forever Music – ‘Rich Forever 4’ review

Headed by the Platinum-selling Atlanta rapper Rich The Kid, rap collective Rich Forever Music have introduced three new signees – Bino, 83 Babies and...

Clairo – ‘Immunity’ review

“I never let anybody in,” Clairo sings on the nervy indie-pop of ‘North’. It’s a line that feels more than a little ironic coming...
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