Rock ’n’ roll ain’t dead – just look at English shredheads Nothing But Thieves for proof. In fact on album #3, they’re taking their signature modern rock mayhem to a whole new level
On their poignant and empowering new album Use Me, PVRIS frontwoman Lynn Gunn takes charge and embraces her well-earned turn in the spotlight
"This unforgivingly catchy and wickedly poignant debut is sure to make Pillow Queens an alt scene staple"
The Front Bottoms mastered their transition from basement-staple folk-punks to arena-packing pop kings. Now, they’re throwing caution to the wind with an album of pure, unfiltered chaos
"Rough around the edges in a cute and kitschy way, like a DIY punk bar with plastic butterflies blu-tacked to the walls"
Earning a major label smash-hit and Fender’s seal of approval just two years into her career, Beabadoobee certainly isn’t here to f*** around
"Kurt Vile’s new five‑tracker is driven by his typical twangy, from‑the‑hip noodling and soulful, pseudo-Southern drawl"
Hardcore's generation-spanning heroes go heavy on their latest album – both in sound, and in amp stacks...
Blending futuristic sounds with nostalgic attitudes, I Don't Know How But They Found Me (A.K.A. iDKHow) bring more than just the Razzmatazz to their as-titled debut album
"Wax Chattels have brewed up an album of rich and riveting guitar riffs that doesn’t actually feature a single guitar"
The dumb days are over and Tired Lion are ready for a second shot at life, thanks in no short part to the red-hot resilience of their badass frontwoman
Something For Kate are back with an epic new album of big, lush musical atmospheres and warm, kaleidoscopic melodies: exactly what this clusterf*** of a year has needed
Though they’re both undeniably phenomenal songwriters in their own respects, something truly magical happened when Josh Teskey and Ash Grunwald teamed up
Equally charismatic and chaotic, the debut album from Cry Club is a revolutionary pop-rock romp you'll need to hear to believe
"Not only is this easily one of 2020’s best country releases, it’s one that makes us especially desperate for live music to kick back up in full force"
"Bold and bright and beautifully bare‑bones, packed with delicate acoustic twangs and tongue-in-cheek lyrical whimsy"
On what's been described as their "most literal" album, Devildriver deliver some of their most jaw-droppingly powerful material to date
The Against Me! frontwoman searches for beauty and belonging in an era defined by isolation and despair