Chris Gillett

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17 Sep 2017 American Dream is New York electro rock band LCD Soundsystem's first album in seven years. While there are plenty of interesting ideas going on, none of them sound that original or exciting.
17 Sep 2017 Just before opening for US shoegazers Diiv, local indie rock outfit Phoon spoke to Young Post about unexpected crowds, jam sessions and writing fun songs.
17 Sep 2017 On their seventh album, Sleep Well Beast, The National take some risks, and it pays off.
10 Sep 2017 This weekend saw the physical release of Pointless Filler, the highly anticipated debut album by Hong Kong rock band Tri-Accident, who marked the occasion with a special release show at Hang Out in Sai Wan Ho.
10 Sep 2017 Following a brief hiatus, pop band The Script’s fifth effort Freedom Child shows a band running out of ideas.
03 Sep 2017 Heavy rockers Queens of the Stone Age’s seventh studio album Villains shows a continuation from their last album, Like Clockwork.
03 Sep 2017 British vocalist and musician Ghostpoet's fourth album Dark Days + Canapes is his most experimental yet.
27 Aug 2017 Formerly known as Jaded, the Hong Kong rock quartet Milkmouth have just released their highly-anticipated debut EP Not Wasted. And it’s good.
27 Aug 2017 After eight years of B-sides, demos and rumours of a band split, Brand New fans are finally being rewarded for their patience. Jesse Lacey and gang return with Science Fiction, and long-time devotees can be excited.
20 Aug 2017 The Cribs made it big with the indie anthem-packed Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever in 2007. Ten years on, the British rockers are back with the more aggressive 24-7 Rock Star.