ASHLEY MYLES: TIDES EP | ALBUM REVIEW: Tides by Ashley Myles is everything a debut EP should be as she gives us a taste of what she can do, and leaves us wanting more.
On Possessions, Blushing inspires flashback memories to shoegaze’s prime while injecting enough dreampop haze to allow fans of both genres to enjoy their dreamgaze sound.
On their first studio album in four years, All the Truth That I Can Tell, Dashboard Confessional opens the floodgate of emotion with an infectious record full of angsty contemplation.
Every element on Heather Bond's The Mess We Created comes together seamlessly, making it one of the coolest listens we’ve had in a long time.
Watching a collage and cartoon created version of Villager's Conor O’Brien traversing a dystopian world on foot, through freefall, and riding a seagull through rings of fire says more about the heart of Fever Dreams than 2,000 words could convey in a long-form review
On Enjoy The View, We Were Promised Jetpacks created a spacious album that flows with an art-rock feel, resulting in a beautiful & soothing collection of songs.
Into the Blue has enough throwback rock magic to ensnare old-school alternative lovers and couples it with just the right amount of synth wonder to feel explorative. It’s an album you can just enjoy and rock out to and allows you to appreciate The Joy Formidable’s creative vision.
A welcome and raucous treat, Little Heat from Bruvvy is made to be played with the volume cranked to 11. It serves as a reminder that we simply don’t get enough wall-rattling, neighbor-waking rock albums anymore.
With Title Card, Leisure Sport has put together a collection of pop-influenced indie rockers that are made to play loud on days in the sun. It’s a record full of good old-fashioned angst buoyed by just the right amount of bright guitar hooks and snappy drum beats to make it a fun summer listen.