The album reviews of Wolf Alice and Japanese Breakfast are now available on our website. Of course we also have selected the most interesting alternative releases and compiled them in our CHAOTIC TWENTY playlist. Three of the twenty songs are highlighted. Quickly scroll down to see which ones!

Wolf Alice – Blue Weekend

It has been four years since the release of ‘Visions Of A Life’, Wolf Alice’s second album, in December 2018 and after that it went quiet, apart from a sign of life in 2020, Rowsell’s contribution to Mura Masa’s ‘Teenage Heartache Dreams’. So we were pleasantly surprised when in February a new single was suddenly dropped, the release of the single also marked the announcement of the new album ‘Blue Weekend’, which is released today! Read our review by clicking on the image.

Japanese Breakfast – Jubilee

With an unconventional style and a unique universe, Japanese Breakfast’s latest album gives a new lease of life to alternative pop rock. After two first albums, ‘Psychopomp’ and ‘Soft Sounds from Another Planet’, which won over alternative music fans and a year and a half of expectation, Japanese Breakfast is back with a new album, more in line with their personality. Read the entire review by clicking on the image.


Every week we highlight a few songs that you should absolutely listen to. In week 22 these are:

Daniel Nolet – Go Back

Genre: Singer songwriter/ pop
FFO: Ben Howard, Tom Odell, Jamie Scott
Listen because: ‘Go Back’ is a soothing and mesmerising piece of pop and shines a bright light on the sparkling vocals of Daniel Nolet, this is his first single and what will most definitely be the start of a very fruitful career. Inspired by his cousin and frontman of Chef’Special, Daniel Nolet knows how to wrap his listeners in his warm and comforting pop sound!

Subterranean Street Society – Masters Of War

Genre: Alternative rock
FFO: Royal Blood, Black Honey, YONAKA
Listen because: This grand and energetic, anthemic track has a build up that makes you shake in your chair, waiting for the drop to come, Subterranean Street Society brings grand gestures in the form of outstanding vocals, warm guitar lines and mysterious harmonies!

Together Pangea – Nothing to Hide

Genre: Garage punk
FFO: Jimmy Eat World, Skegss, Thee Oh Sees
Listen because: Together Pangea have been building their discography steadily since they formed a band in 2008 and ‘Nothing to Hide’ adds another layer to that discography. An infectious and alternative punk track with a hint to pop and some incredibly catchy hooks!

You can find these songs, together with other recommendations, in our CHAOTIC TWENTY playlist:

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