Of course, you want the top 10 albums by the man, the legend that is Jackson Lee Murray. Check it out and buy all these albums, stat.
Ampwrecked 15: New music for your ears
As The Bronx famously said, “New Year, New Me…” let’s kick things off by looking at the upcoming tracks, singles and random noises that are being kicked around at the moment as we stage dive headfirst into the devil that is 2018 – see you in the pit, bring your shinpads, a packet of biscuits, thermos flask and your all Rush mixtape.
Guest Post: Jack Murray’s top 10 albums of 2017
Having listened to every single piece of recorded music this year (even both Gallagher albums and the new one by Nick Knowles) Jack Murray is here to provide us with his top 10 albums containing songs that he likes to listen to with his ears. Got it? Good.
Lizard Hips – Top 10 albums of 2017
My top 2 will not surprise some people and it’s mostly business as usual. Some returning bands and truly outstanding work all round from nearly everyone that’s released an album this year that I’ve enjoyed. Even albums that didn’t make the top ten (sorry Pissed Jeans, you’re in at 11…) were stonking great. Enjoy.
The Bronx – V
If one photo summed up The Bronx, it’s in underlay card on this, their fifth album. It shows vocalist and professional “bear impersonating a man” Matt Caughthran, standing in the middle of a circle pit, microphone in hand, ready to scream some immortal and terrifying word to signal the rest of his band to collapse this ring of people in on itself.
Ampwrecked 14: New Music For Your Ears
Death From Above keep up with the wrestling theme. Propagandhi invite us for a drink. The Bronx go rock ‘n roll. Unsane cover everything in blood. METZ destroy our ears through a mess of wires. And So I Watch You From Afar show off their new wings and Converge go completely brutal.
En Garde – Weekenders
En Garde are a punk rock band channelling the exquisite berserk rage of Gallows, mixed with the hardcore fury of Blowgoat (RIP) and the scathing bile of Golden Tanks. The raw, untamed energy that pulsates from Weekenders is breathless and infectious in equal measure.
Sonisphere 2014 – Sunday 6 July
After a surprisingly wonderful night’s sleep (seven hours? Uninterrupted? I’ll take that.) thanks to a combination of being a) very drunk the night before and b) ear plugs, Sunday treated us to Cadillac Three, who are much more soothing on the eardrums; letting those far too hungover to ease into the day’s musical festivities.
Guest Post: Jack Murray’s Top 10 Albums of 2013
Guest post alert! Last year, Jack Murray of Bedfordshire’s finest Ratpigeon, gave us his top 10 of 2012, so it only feels right he should give us his top 10 albums of this year as well – what a guy.
Rock Sound 100% Volume: 171
It’s turbo-riffage beatdown this month, as nearly all the bands on number 171, play fast and loud. Yay! Â Funeral … Read More
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