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Get Hurt

It's always been there under the New Jersey grit, but this band fully unleashes its inner Who on its fifth studio album.

Twin Atlantic – Great Divide

In 2009, Glaswegian quartet Twin Atlantic unleashed their first collection: mini-album Vivarium.

Benjamin Booker – Benjamin Booker

Benjamin Booker has blasted onto the scene seemingly out of nowhere.

FaltyDL – In The Wild

A fervent community of Northeast American electronic producers has abandoned the hard-hitting, four-on-the-floor, bass-drop aesthetic that permeated techno and the like since the mid-’90s, American dubstep notwithstanding.

The New Pornographers – Brill Bruisers

Canadian indie-rock collective The New Pornographers recently had one of their songs – Letter From An Occupant – voted at 47 in a list of CBC’s best Canadian songs of all time (topped by Joni Mitchell’s Both Sides Now), and had Sara Quinn of Tegan

Twin Atlantic - Great Divide (Album Review)

The moment that a band consciously begins shooting for the stars has long been one to divide fanbases.

Pe'ahi - The Raveonettes

Peahi (/pe'hi/ pay-ah-hee; is a place on the north shore of the island of Maui in the U.S. state of Hawaii. It has lent its name to a big wave surfing break, also known as Jaws. During off season the spot is taken over by meth fuelled crazies and people a

Royal Blood - Royal Blood

Royal Blood’s remarkable breakthrough year commenced with a BBC Sound of 2014 nomination and has continued with a succession of highlights including shows with Arctic Monkeys at Finsbury Park, a place on the NME Awards tour and a scintillating debut per

Long In The Tooth - Billy Joe Shaver

Shaver's first studio album in six years showcases a singular songwriter in absolutely peak form as he unearths his trademark truths around every corner.'Long in the Tooth' charts his journey as an unrepentant outlaw. Accordingly, Shaver delivers the clas

Coming Home - The Rising

The Belfast based band's debut album includes the tracks 'Calling You' and 'Man on the Moon'. The group is formed of singer Tristan Harris, guitarist Chris Logan and bassist Andy Morgan.