Tag: rock

Muse — Will of the People

Stepping away from the futuristic synth-driven epic Simulation Theory, Muse cobbles together a pastiche of their earlier styles to deliver an album filled with melodies...

Osees — A Foul Form

Currently calling themselves the Osees, Jon Dwyer’s prog-rock post-punk artistic vehicle dispenses with all pleasantries and runs head-on into their harshest and grittiest effort to...

Kasabian — The Alchemist’s Euphoria

A band in transition, Kasabian returns with their first album since 2017, and more importantly, their first since the departure of Tom Meighan as lead...

Jack White — Entering Heaven Alive

Taking a brief respite from his continuing prog-rock fascination, Jack White steps back into more mundane songwriting on the curiously named Entering Heaven Alive. Unlike...

Black Midi — Hellfire

Somewhere under a barrage of highly musical noise—both consonant and dissonant—lies the story of Black Midi, an uber talented quartet of young artists, raised on...

Interpol — The Other Side Of Make Believe

After the stripped-down, high-energy affair of 2018’s Marauders, indie rock darlings Interpol return with a softer, more subdued approach on The Other Side Of Make...

Neil Young — Toast

It would be easy (and a bit lazy) to write off Toast as an outtake rehash of 2002’s Are You Passionate?—even if the shoe fits....

Metric — Formentera

Eight albums in, Metric continues evolving with Formentera, this time settling on a blend of their best fitting genres, creating ambitious compositions and throwing in...