THE UNSUNG HEROS: Underscore Part 3’s top 5 EP’s of the year.

The EP is often the starting place, the first place you hear more than a single from a new band and it’s the time you start to think “damn, I might have actually found my new favourite band”. Despite this, and despite the fact EP’s are often released by bands who don’t yet have enough Continue Reading

FINAL SCORE: Best Albums of the Year 2019. Countdown: 10 to 1.

10.  Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – End of Suffering Frank Carter’s punk-rock-renegade outfit hopefully isn’t new to any readers. The ex-Gallows front-man has been producing phenomenally well-crafted music for years, and the Rattlesnakes’ third studio album is no different. Full of punk-rock aggression, though tamed slightly, mellowed out by success and the birth of Continue Reading

FINAL SCORE: Best Albums of the Year 2019. Countdown: 20 to 11.

20.  Bellevue Days – It Can’t Possibly Go Wrong Ever What is there to be said about Bellevue Days’ debut album other than ‘woah’. Each and every song on the album is dangerously good, and none more so than opener Gentle Flower. The three lead singers featured over the extent of the album give it Continue Reading

FINAL SCORE: Best Albums of the Year 2019. Countdown: 30 to 21

30.  Pet Deaths – to the top of the hill and roll… to the top of the hill and roll… is no brutal assault. Each track slowly unfurls, often from tentative beginnings, perhaps with softly picked acoustic guitar or a gentle piano motif. Gradually, the duo introduce unassuming drones and vocal harmonies which usher Liam Continue Reading