Reviews

Biffy Clyro Ellipsis

Biffy Clyro return with their seventh studio album, but for all its effort at experimentation it lacks the substance or emotion of their past efforts.

Matthew Smith reviews...

Good Charlotte Youth Authority

Good Charlotte are back with Youth Authority, proving that teen angst never truly dies (even if it maybe should). 

Luiza Lodder reviews...

The Amazing Ambulance

The Swedish psych rock outfit returns after a seventeen month period with another familiar effort that slightly modifies their classic rock conventions by rendering a more spacious and densely atmospheric ambiance.

Juan Edgardo Rodríguez reviews...

Omni Deluxe

The Atlanta trio writes arty post-punk songs that have something of an unpleasant curiosity, fiercely inaccessible yet armed with a copious amount of hooks.

Juan Edgardo Rodríguez reviews...

Features

Best Rock Biographies

From Jerry Lee Lewis to The Replacements, Angel Aguilar selects some of the best rock biographies.

Angel Aguilar sifts through the greats...

Quick Takes (June 2016)

In our ongoing Quick Takes feature, writers Juan Edgardo Rodríguez and Carl Purvis once again revisit a handful of albums that caught their attention during the past month.

Click here to check out this month's picks...

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 Neon Demon (Nicolas Winding Refn)

Refn's morbidly satirical exposé of the fashion industry and competitive world of modeling is more cinematographically inspired but substantively underwhelming kitsch.

Grant Phipps slowly descends into the City of Angels...