District Avenue – Epoch

March 28, 2017 Mathieu Perrier 0

7/10 Hailing from the Canadian east coast, Fredericton, NB’s District Avenue recently released an album that features eight tracks of radio-friendly, yet powerful, hard rock. Backed by some songwriting and production elements reminiscent of the […]


Le Cerf-Malade – De bonnes intentions

March 17, 2017 Shawn Thicke 0

8/10 There is something so unmistakably “Québec” about Le Cerf-Malade and their newest album De bonnes intentions. That might seem like a surface-level observation, the kind of bullshit labeling from critics that rendered The Tragically […]


Kalamata – Disruption

March 15, 2017 Jordan Hodgins 0

9.5/10 Kalamata is a stoner rock psych outfit based in Hildesheim. Featuring Peter Jaun (guitar), Maik Blümke (bass), and Olly Opitz (drums), the German trio released their second album Disruption on March 1st, as a […]


The Black Pitts – B Movie Extra 

March 10, 2017 Syd Ghan 0

6.5/10  B Movie Extra, the debut record from Dublin natives The Black Pitts, is the type of record that will heavily appeal to a very specific crowd, yet will probably be largely ignored by everyone else. […]


The Corks – Self-titled

March 1, 2017 Brian Charles Clarke 0

3/10 The Corks‘ latest and self-titled EP is three tracks of generic blues-influenced alt-rock. It calls back to two distinct eras in music history, one more contemporary than the other but the most straight-forward comparison […]


Jackknife Seizure – Starfisher

February 28, 2017 Jordan Hodgins 0

8/10 Jackknife Seizure is a heavy, grunge-rock quartet hailing from a small town across the pond called London. Released on January 16th, 2017, their mini-album Starfisher is a great gift to those whose favourite music […]


Edward Middle – PLUTO

February 20, 2017 Keenan Kerr 0

8/10 Get your spacesuits, muthasuckas, we’re gettin’ naked! I know that doesn’t make sense, but neither does this album – it’s running wild; it’s outta this world; it’s from another planet. Sorry, NASA nerds, and […]