Scottish supergroup Biffy Clyro are back with a darker, more patient and deeper double-album epic. Read the review by clicking on the picture.
The death of Alexisonfire is punctuated by their own lament, Death Letter EP. Read the review here!
Young singer/songwriter Lewis Watson needs to learn the meaning of ‘sad’, but not how to write songs with this, his new EP entitled ‘Another Four Sad Songs’.
Australian metalcore giants Parkway Drive are back and intent on world domination with their latest studio album, entitled Atlas. It’s a big one, read the review here.
Noise-pop duo Crushing Blows release their self titled EP this month. It’s packed full of a little bit of everything, so give it a listen! Read the review here!
‘Mathcore’, ‘Post-Hardcore’, ‘Djent’, label them what you will, but creative giants Rolo Tomassi are back with a vengeance. And a new album. Read the review here!
Acoustic guitar master Newton Faulkner returns with a full length studio album, entitled Write it on Your Skin. Folk music galore with this one, read the review by clicking here.
Progressive rock kings Coheed and Cambria begin another chapter of their epic career-journey with a double album, beginning with this, The Afterman: Ascension. Read on here.
Electro-pop sensation Ellie Goulding returns after the smash-hit success of Lights with a new album, entitled Halcyon. Read the review by clicking on the picture to the left.
Surrey’s finest metal band Orestea release their latest album, entitled This is an Overture. The female-fronted-but-not-Paramore-esque five piece are set to take the world by storm. Read the review here.
Nu metal giants Papa Roach prove they’ve still got the ability to take the world on with their latest release, entitled The Connection. They’re back, look out. Read the review here!
Hertfordshire Supermetallers Gallows shrug off a difficult period and release their latest full length, self titled album. Read the review here!
Philadelphia band Circa Survive are back with a new full length studio album. Read the review of it by clicking on the picture to the right.
Texan electro-pop maestro Matthew Dear returns with a new dance track, entitled Beams. Read the review by clicking here.
Indie-Dance isn’t exactly a common genre. That’s not stopped Hooray For Earth, who’s new single, entitled Never has been reviewed here! Click on the picture to take a read.
Rock and roll band Damn Vandals follow up their Beautiful Mind EP with this, their latest full length studio album entitled Done For Desire. Read the review by clicking on the picture here, on the left.
Hertfordshire based rock band Thousand Autumns release their latest EP, entitled Chasing Boats. It’s a faced paced, heavy and melodic release, read the full review by clicking here.
The 69 Eyes are back with their latest and highly anticipated latest album, imaginatively entitled X. Read the review of it here by clicking on the picture to the left.
British supergroup Muse are back (finally) with a new single. It’s up to you to decide whether it’s any good or not, but if you need a helping hand, read the review of it by clicking here.
All female punk quartet Evarose stick it to the trends with this, their new EP entitled Elements. Read the review by clicking here.
Newcastle based band The Longsands release their anticipated new single Worlds Collide this month. Read the review of it by clicking on the picture to the left.
Seattle rock band Minus the Bear are back on the scene with a new album, entitled Infinity Overhead. Read the review of it by clicking on the picture to the left..
Creative musicians Les Jupes release their latest album, Modern Myths. Its’s a progressive and experimental album from the Canadian four-piece, read the review here.
Rock reggae maestros The Dirty Heads release their relaxing and talented new album Cabin by the Sea. Read the review by clicking here.
Paul Cook and the Chronicles release their latest full length studio album, entitled Volume One. Whether or not it’s any good will decide whether there’s a Volume Two. Read on to find out, click on the picture.
Emily Barker and the Red Clay Halo ft. Frank Turner – Fields of June Single Review (Never Enough Notes Review)
Folk artist Emily Barker and the Red Clay Halo collaborates with famous folk-punk musician Frank Turner to produce this, newest single entitled Fields of June. Read the review of it by clicking on the photo.
Australian metallers House Vs Hurricane break out of a bad spell with a new album, new members and a new sound. It sounds great, and it’s great to see them back on the scene. Read the review here!
New York based rockers Event Horizon bring the traditional rock style of the early nineties and late eighties into the 21st century by infusing it with electronics. Read the review by clicking on the picture to the left.
Electro-pop/indie band hailing from London Torches release their latest single, psychedelic tripped out track entitled Sy Blue and Ivory. Read the review of it by clicking on the picture to the left.
Folk-rock band Injured Birds release their latest single, Happy as Clams, as a pre-released track from their upcoming album, Silver Birches. Read the review by clicking on the picture to the left.
Underground success story Civil Twilight release their latest single from their upcoming album, Holy Weather. It’s called Fire Escape, and it’s definitely something. Read the review here.
First Popped Culture review in a while. Morbidly named Black Swans release a single off of their upcoming album, entitled This Looks Like Yesterday. Read the review here.
A British, folky Green Day? Sounds awesome. Read the review of Jim Lockey and the Solemn Sun’s new single, England’s Dead, here by clicking on the picture to the left.
Co. Down indie-rockers Mere Moths put together their expressive and rocky EP, Water of the Land. Read the review of it by clicking on the picture to the left.
Pop-rock act General Fiasco return with their latest full-length album, Unfaithfully Yours. Read the review by clicking on the picture to left, there!
Indie-folk maestro Sam Lee presents his new full length album, entitled Ground of it’s Own. It’s really quite something, find out more by clicking here.
Harlow based metallers Distance to Fall release their latest record, EP entitled Rise Above. Read the review of it by clicking on the picture to the left.
Metalcore band This Deafening Whisper mix heavy and clean vocals and music to make slightly unique metalcore in their newest album, A Matter of Knife and Depth. Read the review here.
Terrifying heavy metallers Simbiose (under the new genre of ‘crust’) throw heavy instruments and borderline-evil vocals into their new release, Economical Terrorism. Read the review here.
Rockers Arcane Roots release their latest album, Left Fire. Listened to, rated and reviewed. Read on by clicking on the picture to the left.
San Diego electronica master Room E puts out his lastest album, Penguin Child. Listened to and reviewed, read it by clicking on the picture!
Metallers Everyone an Army release their latest offering, imaginatively titled EP, The Thundering Triumph of Knowing What’s Right. Read the review of it here.
The Fades, successful noughties-esque punk band, release their teasing single ahead of their latest album, due out in September. Read the review here!
Trivium-esque metallers Transcendency release their EP Weight of the World. Read the review of it by clicking here.
Metallers Kill the Conversation release their latest EP, Farewell for the Last Time. Read the review of it by clicking right here.
Irish four-piece Funeral Suits release their latest full length album, entitled Lily of the Valley, in June. It’s a progressive, ambitious release, read the full review by clicking on the picture.
All female, anti-establishment choir Gaggle wow audiences with their latest release, From the Mouth of the Cave. Fight the machine by reading the review! Click here.
I caught up with Sheffield’s latest indie rock act Kartica to find out what life has been like for them recently. Read the interview by clicking here.
Folk artist Gary Stewart releases his amazingly passionate EP Year and a Day. Read my review of it by clicking here.
Metal band Athura, reminiscent of In Flames, release their latest record “A Hand in Death’s Design”. Read the review here.
Cumbrian metalcore band Horizons release their latest album Not Every Lives. Read the review online here.
Electronic metallers Seething Akira release their latest album, Incoming Transmission, reviewed here.
US singer/songwriter caught up with me to discuss her latest album and her prospects for the future. Read the interview here!
Madness esque, London based pop-ska band Buster Shuffle wow listeners with their latest album, Do Nothing, reviewed here. Click to read on.
French death metal gets a refreshing boost with the latest release from Pictured, their debut studio album The Strand of Time. Read the article here.
Indie-folk band Accents release their new studio album ‘Growth and Squalor’. Read the review of the album by clicking right here!
US rockers Marvlec, hailing from Coral Springs in Florida, release their grungy, crunchy EP What Are You Waiting For on May 14th. Read the review of it here!
The world famous Vienna Festival Ballet came to Theatr Colwyn on May 11th, with a close and intimate performance of the tragic ballet Giselle. Read the review of the show online here.
Styling themselves as the ‘sound of young soul’, indie-soul act New Street Adventure’s latest EP, Say It Like You Mean It looks set to shoot them to fame. Read the review online here!
Indie rockers All the Young burst onto the music scene with gusto with massive, broadly targeted release “Welcome Home”. Read the article on it by clicking here.
Indie folk trio Bowerbirds release their second, relaxing full length studio release, entitled ‘The Clearing’. It’s a release that comes after years of turbulence. Read the review here!
R ‘n’ B maestro Doe Paoro’s new album, Slow to Love was slow to get going, but is released this week. Review of the album available by clicking here! Read on!
Welsh rockets Lostprophets make their return with the follow up to 2010′s The Betrayed with this, their latest album, entitled Weapons. Read the review here!
Birmingham’s finest new indie-rock band Since Monroe release their debut EP a mere year after their formation in March 2011, but is it a success? Find out in the review. Click here!
The Welsh National Opera continue their set of dates at Llandudno’s Venue Cymru with a stunning performance of Mozart’s famous opera, The Marriage of Figaro. Read the review here.
Hertfordshire based indie-electronic rockers The Electric Modern burst back onto the scene with the anticipated follow up to their debut studio album with this, confident and ambitious release, entitled Motives. Read the review of it here!
Experienced electro-pop artists shelves the collaborations career that she has built up for herself and goes it alone with this, her interesting full length studio release that shows off her considerable musical knowledge and talent. Read the review here.
Yorkshire based singer/songwriter Rupert Stroud follows up his debut album with this, his latest full length studio release, Chasing the Night. Packed with unique and ambitious sounds, it looks set to show off his considerable musical talents.
Singer/Songrwriter Luke Temple goes it alone, without the guise of band Here We Go Magic, to release daring and ambitious 4-track solo album, Don’t Act Like You Don’t Care. Read the review online by clicking here.
Long standing indie band The Wedding Present return with their latest full-length album, Valentina, released through their own tiny label Scoptiones. It’s the latest addition to a long and turbulent history for the band, read the review of it here.
Rock/electro maestros Rendezvous release their full-length trance-club album Another Round Please, soon to be pulsing its way across dancefloors everywhere. It could be the best thing to come out of war-torn Israel in a long time.
15-year-old musical prodigy Maz Totterdell has already featured on BBC Radio 2 and on 6 Music, and now she looks set to shoot straight to stardom with the release of her emotional and soothing full length studio album, Sweep.
Canadian based electronic-pop starlet Lights releases her newest, full-length studio album, to the critical acclaim of the media and the delight of her rapidly growing fanbase. The review of the album is available to read here.
Newcastle’s newest young musician Alex Butler blasts his way onto the indie-ska scene with his unique style and catchy melodies. His first single, Turn, speaks of the 1960′s, a pinstriped ode to the sound of yesteryear. Read the review here!
London based singer/songwriter Tom Moriarty bursts onto the scene with sensual, acoustic folk-rock album Fire in the Doll’s House, an emotive and passionate ode to the problems in society.
Review: Downpours didn’t deter rock revelry at this year’s Download Festival (The Daily Mail Online Review)
Back for its ninth year the 2011 Download Festival kicked off in spectacular fashion with 70,000 people pouring into the grounds of Donington Park, Leicestershire.
Known for their sensual strain of fused electronica and rock music, Home Video’s unique breed of melancholy, malevolent pulsing sounds return with high expectations in the form of their latest offering, The Automatic Process.