We’ve got the third single – ‘Show Me How’ – from Foo Fighters’ But Here We Are album and, well, it’s not a Foo Fighters song at all […]
Foo Fighters released their second single. After “Rescued”, a song that also made it into our May Dispatch, comes “Under […]
Welcome to another Dispatch! I can hardly believe this series of articles is still going on and […]
Daughter make you feel ashamed of listening to music that’s shallow. If we had an Album of the Week (or Month) […]
We could start this review by saying that many bands would deserve to be talked about as the behemoths of […]
Manchester Orchestra’s “Lose you again” is a new single and I’m excited. Unexpected but all the more welcomed because we’ve been waiting for something new from the folks for a long time. Let’s dig in!
Lahey is releasing their third album, The Answer Is Always Yes, in May 2023, and out of the ten songs, we can already listen to three. Spoilers alert, all three are worth your time!
I’m back with a new (gar)batch of music but this time, I’ve decided to leave the team out because they’ve been mostly either pulling sickies or going on holidays.
Three months is a long time in terms of listening to music. As much as the weather changes, so does […]
A band, especially newer ones, should have a website to make it easier for new listeners and fans to find them because […]
Cool It Down is the new album from Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and it offers everything we’re used to. Yet, there are differences – it focuses more on the details and much less on the voice of Karen O. And it works wonders.
There were two queues in London on Friday and only one of them was for the Manchester Orchestra concert at O2 Forum in Kentish Town. If you didn’t join the gig queue, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.
Metallica’s ‘Master of Puppets’ has been a go-to song for everyone who has watched the fourth season of Stranger Things. Some of us discovered it because of the show and for some of us it was a good reminder of our pasts. But, let’s start from the beginning.
If you were at or watched Glastonbury Festival 2022 on TV, you already know because you’ve been introduced. We’re introducing Holly to the rest of you here because if you can’t ever get enough of music that’s indie rock, synth, and pop combined, you just may be reading the right article. So, let’s talk about ‘Scarlett’ from her EP called The Walls Are Way Too Thin, shall we?
Eddie returns and you may be asking: ‘Is it any good?’ Well, buckle up because ‘Rose of Jericho’, from Vedder’s […]