Courteeners – Mapping the Rendezvous

Liam Fray and his band of merry Mancs return with their 5th Studio LP, an impressive collection of well executed indie-pop anthems. Extensive touring has had a strong effect on Courteeners it would seem, the energy certainly isn’t lacking on this one! 3.5/5.0

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Band of Skulls – By Default

Back with their 4th album, Band of Skulls have cut another cracker of a rock record. Despite not being much of a departure from their well established sound, “By Default” shows the band growing well and truly into their skin as skilled songwriters and musicians and is sure to be considered their best yet. 4.0/5.0 [...]

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Green Day – Revolution Radio

Armstrong and co. are back at their pop-punk best after the misguided rock-opera of 2012’s “Uno”, “Dos” and “Tre”. This album of raucous Clash-inspired anthems doesn’t beat about the bush… “Bang Bang” delivers an explicit anti-gun message with genuineness and reinstates Green Day as a truly political punk band. 4.0/5.0

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