Three Days Grace Returns with Explosions

Canadian rock band Three Days Grace has returned with their seventh studio album, Explosions. The album really gives off a grungy vibe that will definitely please their fanbase. The album opens with "So-Called Life", which has a few incredible riffs and a thumping bass with great use of an electro beat in the background with... Continue Reading →

Tedeschi Trucks Band: Tedeschi & Trucks Lockdown Loveliness

What did you do in the lockdown? Loll in your mess? Create a side hustle that's now built a machine harnessing the smugness on social media to power the earth? Tedeschi & Trucks; Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi did I Am The Moon. They're well-loved, this often 12-piece collective, and can it really be only... Continue Reading →

Steve Swift’s Undiscovered Gems: C$sh by Nasty Rox Inc

You can call them groundbreaking. You can call them instigators. But Nasty Rox Inc just clicked. And rocked. Oh, how they rocked. Who Were They? Well, people tended to think Nasty Rox Inc were Dave Dorrell's band. And this was in 1988 so MARRS were a thing, in 1987 their 'Pump Up The Volume' was... Continue Reading →

Paul’s Boutique: A Steve Swift Overlooked Gem

No Paul's Boutique, no 'Sabotage'. In fact no Ill Communication. I'll see your Check Your Head and raise you again with this fabulous, and rather overlooked. It's odd. It's a mess. It's a sales disaster. That's a general feeling about Paul's Boutique. The first two are gloriously correct. The last? Here's what I think... Licensed... Continue Reading →

Kurt Vile Conjures Quiet Contemplation On His New Album

Kurt Vile may have been listening to JRR Tolkien's words: 'All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us'. this has never been more important after a lockdown world. Yes, that word again. The act of being shut away was pressure for some, calm for others. And... Continue Reading →

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