REVIEWS

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Tyron

Slowthai

Tyron

A year on from his unruly behaviour at the 2020 NME awards, Slowthai starts to try and make amends in this personal and formative album focused on self-reflection and improvement.

The Things They Believe

Loathe

The Things They Believe

Loathe round off their pair of sister albums with a beautiful, but overlong ambient record that complements its predecessor nicely.

Bob's Son

R.A.P. Ferriera

Bob's Son

For the first time

Black Country, New Road

For the first time

Black Country, New Road have cemented themselves as one of the best and most interesting acts to emerge in the last few years, after releasing this absolutely phenomenal debut album.

Spare Ribs

Sleaford Mods

Spare Ribs

Emerging as one of the very first albums to have released post-Brexit transitionary period, this latest Sleaford Mods album finds vocalist Jason Williamson channelling his pent-up anger and frustration into an interesting, but ultimately lacklustre record.

An Unexpected Reality

Gatecreeper

An Unexpected Reality

Gatecreeper have created an excellent, yet brief album here, with Side A exploring frantic and grindy sounds, and Side B delivering a brilliant and sprawling eleven minute Doom Metal epic.

Drunk Tank Pink

Shame

Drunk Tank Pink

Three years since their debut, "Songs of Praise", Shame have improved on all fronts, making a brilliant post-punk record that is one of the very first excellent albums of 2021.

Welfare Jazz

Viagra Boys

Welfare Jazz

While Viagra Boys haven't quite reached their full potential with "Welfare Jazz", the album's sheer confidence and eccentricity is extremely commendable, and makes for a very fun listen.

OK Human

Weezer

OK Human

27 years after the release of their debut album, Weezer proves that they still have excellent material down their sleeve with "OK Human", delivering a great record that proves that the quality of their earlier work was no fluke.

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