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STARSET Rinse and Repeat With Their Newest Album Divisions

Given their proclivity for over-the-top concept albums and the overuse of synths and auto-tune, I expected better. STARSET, known for their epic debut album Transmissions, have fallen from grace with a complete rinse and repeat cycle except without the grit and grime of a sci-fi saga for the ages. 500 more words

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REVIEW: Bon Iver – i,i

There’s little doubt that, over the course of his prolific career, Justin Vernon has become an artist who splits opinions. There are the fervent followers who await his every move. 785 more words

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You Need The Needs

You need The Needs. You really do, the Needs make great music. Pop-punk according to Apple Music. I lean a bit further towards pop than punk, although some songs cross the line that I drew in the shifting sands of genre naming. 284 more words

The Espresso: Los Volks

The Espresso: An ICYMI on Los Volks’ self-titled album

Brazilian indie rock band Los Volks released their self-titled album back in March. There’s a chill vibe throughout the album, but the lyrics hold a lot of emotional depth. 178 more words



By now, many people know what deathcore is and can name a handful of bands that built up this genre like Chelsea Grin, Suicide Silence, Through The Eyes Of The Dead, Suicide Silence and many others. 355 more words


My reflections on the 2019 Gramphone Awards - Part I - Concerto

The Gramophone Awards

Every year I tend to comment on the Gramophone awards nominees, you’ll find some examples here (2015), here (2016) and here (2017). 566 more words

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Chelsea Wolfe - Birth Of Violence: Album Review

Release Date: 13th
September 2019

Label: Sargent House

Formats: CD, DL, LP

ominous yet with a majesty that you’d associate with Chelsea Wolfe. Birth Of Violence… 424 more words