Noisemakers revisit 2004 collection of earworms
Live Skull return with dark warnings for our troubled times.
A Celtic tinged dystopia in a technicolour, which paints over a cold robotic society
Identity and home examined on lush second album from Northern Ireland’s Arborist
Driving bass, angular guitars and a sardonic take on society’s imminent collapse
Stalwarts return with a collection of melodic but yawn-inducing indie numbers
Third solo outing from Alabama crooner filled with expertly delivered songs but lacks personality
Austin rockers take a sharp turn towards psychedelic jams
Rock and roll takes a backseat as the Gaslight Anthem man’s songs get a new life via the acoustic guitar
About as much fun as a cold night in January can be.
Brighton duo return with radio friendly offering
Soaring fifth album showcases band’s ambition to level up