Author: Tim Lambert

Fontaines D.C., ‘Dogrel’ review

“My childhood was small, but I’m gonna be big,” chants Fontaines D.C. frontman Grian Chatten during opening track BIG – and like an all-seeing fortune teller, his band’s debut album, Dogrel, might just see his prophecy...

CLOWNS, ‘Nature/Nurture’ review

CLOWNS once again prove that they cannot be pushed into one genre. The band’s fourth album Nature/Nurture slings furiously through punk, garage, and psych rock, and just when you think you’ve heard it all, closing track...