Reviews

Alaric End of Mirrors

With End of Mirrors, Alaric continues to beautify the bleak, their dark brand of metallic post-punk aggression coexisting with delicacy and grace.

Sean Caldwell reviews...

Anohni Hopelessness

Antony Hegarty has rebranded her image in Hopelessness, a politcally-charged call-to-arms that illustrates a devastating portrait of a world that’s in dire need of some reformation.

Juan Edgardo Rodríguez reviews...

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard Nonagon Infinity

King Gizzard's never-ending psychedelic excursion makes for one delirious head trip...or nightmarish running playlist.

Juan Edgardo Rodríguez reviews...

Deftones Gore

Gore is a listen as complex and engrossing as we’ve come to expect from Deftones, and they continue to be a band that matures organically, becoming more and more fluid in their own craft by the record.

Carl Purvis reviews...

Features

Chris Cornell - Belfast, Ulster Hall. 24/04/2016

Chris Cornell shares stories, humour and thirty years of career-spanning material in an intimate performance.

Carl Purvis enjoyed himself again...

CLUSTER 1971-1981

While the notoriety enjoyed by the likes of their Krautrock peers, namely Kraftwerk, Neu!, and Tangerine Dream, seemed to elude Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius, two halves of the pioneering electronic duo, Cluster, a new box set documenting the group’s most creatively robust period will hopefully right that wrong. 

Sean Caldwell reviews...

Features

Gun Crazy (1950)

Following on from the Oscar-nominated Trumbo, Angel Aguilar looks back at one of the screenwriter's most iconic films.

Angel Aguilar writes

Reviews

The Forbidden Room (Guy Maddin and Evan Johnson)

While slightly overlong, this surreal montage film synthesizes a broad range of silent and sound artifacts in rapturous, volcanic eruptions of pure cinematic curio.

Grant Phipps enters...