Album Review: Lou Kelly – Junk City (Self Released)

Stylish and inventive, Lou Kelly first came our way a few years ago with his excellent ‘Scum Lord’ album and now, on the 13th October, he returns with his latest oddball release. Entitled ‘Junk City’, what we have here is a fictitious revue musical soundtrack about a hedonistic, purposeless city that God forgot. Each song is a glimpse at the various lives swallowed by Junk City.

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Album Review: Implore – Alienated Despair (Century Media Records)

After going through another line-up change before the recording sessions to their upcoming third studio album “Alienated Despair” Implore are back even stronger and angrier than ever. It is out on the 27th September 2019 via Century Media Records.

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Single Slam: Kiss and Tell by Angels and Airwaves

After an ‘alright’ single release with Rebel Girl, it’s not as though there’s much in the way of excitement for what the new will bring. However, there is hope for something that can sit alongside We Don’t Need to Whisper and I-Empire after hearing this new single, Kiss & Tell.

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EP Review: Mighty Magic Animal – Guts (Self Released)

Mighty Magic Animal are a garage rock duo from Salisbury who formed from the ashes of several bands stretching back from 1999. Distilling elements of punk, rock, grunge and blues riffs to their core elements, combined with foot stomping, head nodding beats and irreverent lyrics. Their debut EP ‘Guts’ is out now.

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Album Review – Chicanery by Hesitation Wounds (Deathwish Inc.)

Hardcore punk supergroup, Hesitation Wounds, have released their latest full length album called Chicanery via Deathwish Inc.

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