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

LIVE REVIEW: Foals, with support from Yak. “I have two words for you: Foals Forever”.

  Tonight’s support Yak specialise in excess. Their latest album Pursuit of Momentary Happiness is a study in kissing the edges, not just in its execution but in how it sparked to life from the perilous existence of frontman Oli Burslem during its conception. Ending up penniless, living out of the back of a Citroen estate Continue Reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Foals ‘Exits’; the first glimpse at Yannis’ two pieced locket ‘Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost’

A solid start to a new Foals chapter, we can’t wait for both albums this year! Foals’ new single Exits marks a new port of call in the next chapter of the band’s journey. Not least, it’s the first recording released in the wake of founding member and bass player, Walter Gervers, who departed amicably Continue Reading