Not Passing – comfort (2019) – Review.

Definitely not failing though... Milo here. I got my A-levels back today and, to save the embarassment, I'm not as successful as I'd've hoped. Ah well, life goes on, numbers and letters aren't my worth, yada-yada (better write that hit song smartish though). In a cruel little twist of fate, however, the album I've been…Read more Not Passing – comfort (2019) – Review.

Joy As An Act of Resistance – IDLES (2018) – Review

Real boi-bois cry then dip. Milo here. I've always known that Bristol punk would make it big. We've had not a lot going since Massive Attack, mainstream-wise. So, imagine my joy (asanactofresistance) when I found that IDLES, the hardcore punk outfit making waves in the scene, were from the west country I hold so dear.…Read more Joy As An Act of Resistance – IDLES (2018) – Review

Faith No More – King for a Day… Fool for a Lifetime (1995) Review

You're a King for a Day when you poop in Axl Rose's orange juice, and you're also a King for a Lifetime. Yo, this be Reuben. I noticed that there hasn't been a review of anything old in a while, so picked this at random, oh joy. Genuinely, there is some joy to be had…Read more Faith No More – King for a Day… Fool for a Lifetime (1995) Review

Greta Van Fleet – Anthem of the Peaceful Army (2018) Review

In an Age of Darkness Light Appears Yo, this be Reuben. Surely by now pretty much every rock fan has heard of Greta Van Fleet. I introduced them to this site with a first impressions feature on the introductory single they released for this here album, which I've been edging to listen to ever since.…Read more Greta Van Fleet – Anthem of the Peaceful Army (2018) Review

Clutch – Book of Bad Decisions (2018) Review

"Are you cool? Well I'm cool. Is everybody cool? WELL LET'S GET HOT." Yo, this be Reuben. Clutch are the coolest band in the world right now, period. Mastodon shoved some lame-ass lyrics into Emperor of Sand and their cool factor has decreased a little so they've been overtaken by Neil Fallon's group of merry rockers.…Read more Clutch – Book of Bad Decisions (2018) Review

Lush – Snail Mail (2018) – Review

*gay silence* Milo here. I haven't written down a proper review in a long-ass time, I can appreciate this. However, through all the daft features I'm pushing, some real music writtin' is what we need, I think. And what better than an album that I haven't stopped listening to since I got it -- this…Read more Lush – Snail Mail (2018) – Review

Nothing But Thieves – Broken Machine (2017) Review

You Better Not Steal My Stuff, Darn Hoodlums Yo, this be Reuben. This year, I haven't really listened to any new music as released in 2018, as I've been doing catch-up on stuff from last year and a whole bunch of older stuff. As for 2017 releases I missed the first time, this record really stands…Read more Nothing But Thieves – Broken Machine (2017) Review

…Like Clockwork – Queens Of The Stone Age (2013) – Review (Assessment)

I don't know what time it was, I can't tell the time! Milo here. Forged from the fire of the California sun, and welded with enough sweet leaf to choke the entire Sabbath crew, Kyuss, along with others in the desert rock scene, dominated the 90s underground with their stoner sensibilities and sandy production, characterised…Read more …Like Clockwork – Queens Of The Stone Age (2013) – Review (Assessment)

God’s Favourite Customer – Father John Misty (2018) – Review

The Father speaks, congregate! Milo here. When I first heard the name "Father John Misty", around mid-2017, at the height of his Pure Comedy promotion, I thought "what a bunch of indie folk toss, another boring prick making art students wet themselves". That being said, the influx of mind-bogglingly positive reviews surrounding his 2017 release…Read more God’s Favourite Customer – Father John Misty (2018) – Review

The Low End Theory – A Tribe Called Quest (1991) – Review

Don't you know things go in cycles? Milo here. RIGHT. The lack of proper classic reviews on this site is disgusting. Look at this, MMMs??? What in God's bastard child is an MMM??? Laziness. I will not stand for it. Let's get some writing in, mate. And what better record to get into that this…Read more The Low End Theory – A Tribe Called Quest (1991) – Review