Author: Nathan Mack

You Me At Six - Cavalier Youth Album Review

You Me At Six - Cavalier Youth Album Review

Ah, You Me At Six, we meet again. Not since their cute little debut album 'Take Off Your Colours' had I happened across the Surrey quintet and, trawling through their attempts in between their 2009...

Review posted on 29th January 2014

Coldrain - Through Clarity Mini-album Review

Coldrain - Through Clarity Mini-album Review

A cold rain is coming from the East and it threatens to envelop us all. No, you can all emerge from beneath your desks and from behind your sofas, for this cold rain is not...

Review posted on 28th January 2014

Against Me! - Transgender Dysphoria Blues Album Review

Against Me! - Transgender Dysphoria Blues Album Review

If you ever feel an arbitrary urge to hit someone over the head with a blunt object, Against Me's sixth album 'Transgender Dysphoria Blues' is as blunt as they come. The alt rockers - who...

Review posted on 21st January 2014

Silent Front - Trust Album Review

Silent Front - Trust Album Review

'More is Less' is perhaps the perfect way of describing Silent Front's upcoming album 'Trust', due for release in early February. The band's second album, following from their 2010 debut 'Dead Lake', is the finest...

Review posted on 17th January 2014

Black Flag - What The. Album Review

Black Flag - What The. Album Review

When you think of 'classic' punk bands, one of the first names that may well rise to the surface are Californian outfit Black Flag, who have returned to producing new music after a twenty-eight year...

Review posted on 15th January 2014

Iron Chic - The Constant One Album Review

Iron Chic - The Constant One Album Review

About as metal as they are fashionable, Iron Chic delivered their newly forged album 'The Constant One' in early December; seemingly more than happy to merely carry on where they left off with the 2010...

Review posted on 14th January 2014

BRIT Award Nominations 2021: A triumph for diversity with the likes of Arlo Parks, Celeste and Young T & Bugsey

BRIT Award Nominations 2021: A triumph for diversity with the likes of Arlo Parks, Celeste and Young T & Bugsey

One of the most diverse line-ups we've seen for a major awards show in a while.

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