Doomcore heightened, rage sharpened.
The kind of uniquely powerful record that leaves you with the sense that the artist is laying everything bare for all to see.
The solo project of Joshua Jones, Human Head is hip-hop at its most intimate, exploring themes of identity, living below the poverty line, alcohol abuse and mental health.
Deeply personal stories and a smart production make this one of the best hip-hop albums of the decade.
A remarkable accomplishment from a band worthy of a respect they are often denied.
A stark view of austerity Britain is shot through via minimal hip hop beats and honest spoken word poetry on this striking debut EP.
Mono – Nowhere Now Here The term ‘post-metal’ was once synonymous with the term ‘experimental metal’, but in the few decades since its inception it has become evermore like a more traditional subgenre, complete with […]
An in-depth and personal chat with NYC’s genre-defying maestro Geng, about everything from Burzum to UK club music.
The Body’s Lee Bufford helps us take a deeper insight into the duo’s latest LP.
Written with good intentions but as if metal has been lost to the myths of time, let’s just hope articles like this come rarely, or are at least accompanied by more research, in the future.