Album Review | iann dior’s onto better things

iann dior’s been making music for years now, and he’s steadily pumping out work that deserves more recognition than it’s getting. dior belongs to...

Album Review | Every Time I Die – Radical

Album Review | Every Time I Die - Radical This compelling story sounds like the start of a Shakespeare play. Two brothers prior in perfect...

Album Review | Projector’s Geese

Geese - Projector | Album Review Living in the home of UK post-punk (Manchester) can leave quite the indifference to new post-punk artists. But for...

Album Review | Eminem‘s Music to Be Murdered By

Music to Be Murdered By Growing up in the 1990s, Eminem was a hero for every teenage boy and a super villain for their classmates....

Album Review | Spector’s Now or Whenever

Spector - Now or Whenever The UK’s most introspective indie act, Spector, became the antithesis to the idiomatic with their new album, Now or Whenever....

Album Review | Kamikaze by Eminem

I've always been a fan of Eminem. I grew up with his anger, and over the years, as I imagine many fans feel. have...

Album Review | Asteroid III

Asteroid's third offering, Asteroid III, is a straight up masterpiece. I first stumbled across Asteroid on Hand of Doom radio, which is one of...
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