A monolithic statement of post-hardcore
I miss all the movement… Aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhh! Cries of discontent mixed with strands and strands of absolute, do-or-die clinching hope, The Brave Little Abacus throw it all in and then some … Continue Reading The Brave Little Abacus – Masked Dancers: Concern in So Many Things You Forget Where You Are
How far is a light year?
It’s often said that a musician or band is almost always at their peak creativity within the early days of their career, releasing a debut that will never be topped … Continue Reading Frenetic, Unabashed Youth
Criminally underrated and overlooked, Earl Sweatshirt’s (AKA Thebe Kgositsile) 2015 LP, I Don’t Like Shit I Don’t Go Outside is an unflinchingly honest discussion of Earl’s personal struggle through drug … Continue Reading REVIEW: Earl Sweatshirt – I Don’t Like Shit I Don’t Go Outside
Where to start… If there’s any album which perfectly encapsulates the feeling of being in a manic, drugged out state of being, through both the extreme highs and desolate lows, … Continue Reading REVIEW: Danny Brown – Atrocity Exhibition
Taking a Hot Shower on a Cold Winter’s Night I once saw someone describe listening to this phenomenal record as the same as ‘taking a hot shower in the middle … Continue Reading REVIEW: My Bloody Valentine – Loveless