Australian punk trio Camp Cope produce a hard-hitting, deeply rewarding and empowering second album
Turnstile’s sophomore album is more creative, consistent and energetic then previous material, but most importantly it’s a whole lot of fun
I spent my Valentine’s day with the most eccentric, outlandish glam-punk rock sextet
The Front Bottoms entwined the exploration and lyricism of folk music with the fast-paced assertiveness of punk
Rat Boy really knows how to drum up an audience…but did he really take the cheese?
Sugar daddies, blood bathing, social inequality, and capitalism – what more could you possibly want?
Joe Hissey reviews the magical comeback of shimmering 70’s punk
Personal and political blur together in an infectiously energetic debut album that appropriately develops the pop-punk duo’s sound, writes Joe Casson
Wire’s latest record is another excellent example of what they’ve always done — being impressively odd, writes Jacob Bernard-Banton
Rebekah Shaw affectionately looks back at the Canadian singer’s 15-year-old skater-rock debut
With summer on the way find out what Manchester’s galleries have got in store
Released between their critical and commercial peaks, Sandinista! is a complex and messy collection of progressive ideals and experimentation. Joseph Preston makes the case for The Clash’s overlooked fourth album