Slayer – Repentless

Thrash metal legends Slayer are back with Repentless, their first album in six years. It’s the first since the untimely passing of founding member, Jeff Hanneman, in 2013. I must confess to bei...

Gilmore and Roberts – Conflict Tourism

Conflict Tourism is the fourth album from Katriona Gilmore (fiddle) and Jamie Roberts (guitar). My love of traditional music was instilled at an early age and I’ve listened to folk musicians go...

Highly Suspect – Mister Asylum

I happened across this little piece of debut album perfection whilst on a random playlist browse within a well-known streaming app. The track that got me thinking “hmmm, who’s this then?&...

The Maccabees – Marks to Prove It

Marks to Prove It by The Maccabees is the band’s first UK number one album. The follow-up to 2012’s Mercury Music Prize nominated Given to the Wild which just happens to be one of my favo...

Chris Cornell – Europhia Mourning Reissue

In 1999 when Chris Cornell released his debut solo album it was not anything like that which I expected; where were the doom-laden, behemoths, and soaring vocals of Soundgarden? They simply weren’t t...