Eagles of Death Metal are fun. And Zipper Down is better than you, I or anybody probably expected. So read my review of it here. (for Rolling Stone)
To sum up my review of the new Parkway Drive record, Ire: ‘is good. v good’.
(for Rolling Stone)
Remember when, like, half the UK were dressing like Oliver Twist extras? 2002-2004 was a weird time, man.
Anyway. The fulcrum of the urchin Queen’s Guards costuming, The Libertines, grew up and realized that making lots of money was better than making no money. Hence, new album. Read what I think about it, here.
(For Rolling Stone)
The Snowdroppers – a band I like quite a lot – sound better without the ‘suspenders and colonial convict’ motif. Find out how and why here. (For Rolling Stone)
“Valerie” was a good song. So was “Always Right Behind You”. And “Pressure Point”. And “Havana Gang Brawl.” But Zutons dude McCabe, though, ditches all that soul-y indie-pop guff for his solo debut, Church Of Miami. Find out if it’s any good right here.
(For Rolling Stone.)