The album reviews of Bearings, DIRK. and Bad Nerves are now available on our website. Of course we also have compiled a new CHAOTIC TWENTY with new releases from the alternative rock, post-punk and indie music. 

Bearings – Hello, It’s You
We can first of all see that the predilection pop-punk style is utterly perceptible. Thus, the two first tracks “Better Yesterday” and “Sway”, the album’s main single, will take you right away on a Californian beach on a summer afternoon. Click on the picture to read the whole review.

Bad Nerves – Bad Nerves
The ‘self-titled’ debut shows a mindset that comes down to ‘action speaks louder than words’. The high speed rushes past you like a fleeing bunch of partying young people on their way to eternal freedom. Click on the picture to read the whole review.

DIRK. – Cracks in Common Sense
The vocals are beautifully ugly, the guitar still pummel in all possible ways, but it sounds more polished without losing it’s character. So it’s a kind of DIRK. 2.0. Before you know it, DIRK. has run you over like a roaring machine. Click on the picture to read the whole review.

Tired Lion – Breakfast For Pathetics

This album marks a rebirth in Hopes’ and her project’s life. Indeed, leaving her hometown, Perth, going all the way through Australia and settling up in Brisbane, automatically had an impact on the project. Click on the picture to read the whole review.

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