The Regrettes embrace their love of pop on Further Joy

The Regrettes’ sophomore album – garage rock inspired How Do You Love? – was released in the second half of 2019, but for obvious reasons the following year meant a prolonged period of separation for the band. Finally reconvening, twelve months later and out in the Californian desert, Further Joy…

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Placebo are both timely and timeless on Never Let Me Go

Not so different as to be unrecognisable however. Never Let Me Go is the band's eighth studio album, and whilst frontman Brian Molko's idiosyncratic vocal is welcomingly recognisable, the rest of the record offers up a refreshingly new take on their tried and tested brand of alt-rock. And well it…

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Ho99o9 accelerate their bone-rattling sounds on SKIN

Whether that’s a deep love for the rap, rock and punk music that nurtured them, or a deep love for ripping up the blueprint and carving their own musical path, the New Jersey via L.A duo’s second album SKIN is the fully-fleshed sound of the outsider refusing to exist on…

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