The Questionable Infallibility of Fontaines D.C.

The Questionable Infallibility of Fontaines D.C.

Fontaines D.C.’s much anticipated debut, DOGREL is a consequence of ‘exquisite manipulation’. The tumultuous 11 track ode to Dublin City sends listeners to the fleeting heights of poetic romanticism, right down to the gruelling depths…Read More …
Muse – Simulation Theory Review

Muse – Simulation Theory Review

Originally posted in the Thin Air here. From pollution and dirty talk to Harry Potter references and riffs straight out of ’90s Europop, Muse’s latest album, Simulation Theory, has the energetic, revolutionary spirit of an album that…Read More …
Panic! at the Disco – Pray for the Wicked Review

Panic! at the Disco – Pray for the Wicked Review

Originally posted in the Thin Air here. Remember that ‘I Like Me’ song from the Simpsons episode with Hank Scorpio? Imagine if Frank Sinatra collaborated with the Chainsmokers to make a Broadway version of that song. Once you imagine that, you’ll…Read More …
Death Cab for Cutie – Thank You For Today Review

Death Cab for Cutie – Thank You For Today Review

Originally posted in the Thin Air here. In the midst of a tumultuous period in the revered band’s development, Death Cab for Cutie have stripped back to basics for ninth album, their most accomplished of the past…Read More …
Lily Allen – No Shame Review

Lily Allen – No Shame Review

Originally posted in the Thin Air here. No Shame is Lily Allen’s most comprehensive album to date. What may at first, to naysayers, appear like a feeble attempt at bringing the charm of the noughties pop into the…Read More …
Delorentos – True Surrender Review

Delorentos – True Surrender Review

Originally posted in the Thin Air here. Delorentos fifth studio album, True Surrender, boils down to one simple message: Cut the bullshit. Through intricate metaphors of escapism, bold images of desolate extradition from society and elusive references to…Read More …