Featuring some of rock’s most well-loved faces, L.S. Dunes have taken 2022 by storm - just don’t call them a supergroup.
It’s the inclusion of a little bit of everything that makes ‘The Theory of Whatever’ an excellent return.
The hype surrounding NoSo feels entirely justified.
Most people don't start their second album before their first is even properly out, but Bartees Strange isn't most people.
Proof that age is but a number, Anorak Patch may have caused an initial fuss in part because of just how young they were, but make no mistake - this lot more than make the grade on any metric.
A charming embrace that feels familiar.
Smatterings of sweetly mellowing piano and guitar blend into a stress antidote.
Anorak Patch are certainly going to be sticking around for a very long time indeed.
Once again he effortlessly paints visions of the lonesome, the lost, the forgotten.
Not just a great band but one with something to say for themselves. Drug Church’s new album demands attention.