Tag Archives: Album Review

Album Review // Arkells – Rally Cry

In the history of the music industry, there are plenty of bands who have tried to extend their relevance well beyond their third and fourth albums.  Some bands change line ups, some change their recording locations and others introduce new elements into the mix.  Some bands succeed, but many more wash up, wrecked on the… Read More

Album Review // The Brood – Transistor

All too often, bands who thrive in a live environment can't always capture the same energy when trying to carry it over and capture it in the studio. The Brood's debut full-length album Transistor has managed to break the mould, and lets you hear almost exactly what you'll get in their live show (less the 6-minute… Read More

Mo Kenney // The Details // Album Review

The devil is in “The Details” with Mo Kenney’s new album. Kenney’s third album is laden with dark and personal subject matter that’s veiled under crunchy, fast-paced, pop-punk overtones. Mo has stated that she feels that this album is the most “Her” out of any of her previous works. She uses black humour on some… Read More

David Myles // Real Love // Album Review

We live in an age where our attention needs to be grabbed quickly, and we’re ready to move on to the next thing within 3 minutes. David Myles' upcoming 10th album “Real Love” has recognized this phenomenon, and capitalized on it spectacularly. From the opening notes of a signature skiffle guitar riff on “Night and… Read More

Floodland // Static Walls // Album Review

As much as it pains me to say it, Floodweek is coming to an end. We've had some laughs, some tears, some joys, and fears(?). I know everyone was worried about the whole plane crash on a desert island thing. It was nerve wracking, but everyone is okay and can listen to many more than… Read More

Album Review–CoPilot–After the Quiet Life

Local three piece CoPilot have dropped their debut EP, and much to the pleasure of rock 'n' roll fans, this album checks a lot of the rock 'n' roll boxes. Whatever your flavour is, there's something for you. Whether it's Brad's airy guitars turned screeching solo machine, Robbie's heavy hitting bass lines, or Neil's chest… Read More