If you’re new to Titus Andronicus, you’d be a brave person to take their fourth album as a starting point. A double concept album based ar(...)

Looking for an album to blast away the cobwebs? You’ve come to the right place. Hailing from Olympia, Washington – the birthplace of the r(...)

Metal has never been all that enthusiastically embraced by Irish audiences, but the debut album from this Limerick four-piece might win some over. (...)

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At 16, Bridie Monds-Watson was raising mountain ridges of goosebumps on the arms of A&R folk with her clutch of precocious songs; an impre(...)

The title of Slaves’ debut album comes across as more of a scornful challenge than a concerned inquiry, but it’s an accurate summation of Isaa(...)

It’s not often that you’ll hear an album inspired by polyamory, but Unknown Mortal Orchestra have always been a little different. Their th(...)

Why aren’t My Morning Jacket a bigger band? Wait, that’s actually an easy question to answer. Despite Jim James and Co’s numerous Grammy nomination(...)

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Duncan Wallis (second from left) of Dutch Uncles describes their new album as like ‘Grace Jones fronting Talking Heads’

Weirdos. Oddballs. Eccentrics. When it comes to his band Dutch Uncles, Duncan Wallis has heard it all. It’s meant in the most complimentary manner,(...)