LoneLady delivers her most confident and striking album yet, built on relentless grooves, detailed production and infectious rhythms.
Amenra’s seventh opus is the Belgian sludge metal masters’ first outside of their Mass series, bringing new musicians and elements into their intense and harrowing sound.
Rambling reviews on some of May’s most interesting new music releases, from avant-garde black metal to UK hip-hop to progressive jazz rock and more!
April was another huge month for new music and sadly trying to juggle a return to my normal job and writing about all the interesting albums I heard just wasn’t possible. But here are some of the most notable releases I’ve heard, concluding with something of a think-piece regarding the contextual impact on the music industry Taylor Swift has made by re-recording their older material.
Rounding up the most interesting March 2021 releases with rambling reviews.
February has been such a whopping month for new music releases that I didn’t even get time to cover everything I wanted, but here are some short(er) ramblings about the records that did catch my ears.
Somewhat smaller ramblings rounding up new music released in January 2021.
Swedish artist Anna Von Hausswolff’s latest opus is a love letter from an artist to an instrument, composed entirely on a church pipe organ.
Phoebe Bridgers drops a sophomore album so raw, genuine, direct and loaded with feelings, that it becomes that massive cuddle that we’ve been craving.
Canadian doom metal duo Vile Creature unleash their ambitious third album; one that experiments with brave new sounds whilst keeping one foot in their comfort zone.