Electronica Reviews

Enter Shikari - The Mindsweep Album Artwork
Enter Shikari – The Mindsweep (, , , , , )
14th January 2015 -

Enter Shikari are arguably one of the flagship bands in the British alternative scene and it’s even harder to believe that 2015’s The Mindsweep is their fourth studio record. Following extensive touring and festival appearances the four piece act from St. Albans are ready to unleash The Mindsweep to the world. But does it live up to the high expectations?… Read More »

The Algorithm Octopus4 Album Cover
The Algorithm – Octopus4 (, , )
28th May 2014 -

It’s all gone a bit Pete Tong as the saying goes… or has it? Could the latest album from French musician Rémi Gallego (The Algorithm) pass as music? It’s like a spaceship dissected into little bits of music, but then it’s a computer game sound track and the whole cyber space world is colliding. What is being said doesn’t even make sense… Read More »

Eskimo Callboy – We Are The Mess (, )
7th January 2014 -

In the past few years dance music has pretty much become a common part of metalcore, with so many bands incorporating electronic elements. It’s success has been a very mixed bag but recently bands such as Crossfaith and Issues have really begun to master it, can Eskimo Callboy continue this streak of great dance-metalcore records? The short answer is no…. Read More »

Dangerkids - Collapse Album Cover
Dangerkids – Collapse (, , , )
16th October 2013 -

Dangerkids are a 5-piece band from Ohio who were formed in 2012. Having gained considerable attention they were signed up by Rise Records and have recently released an album titled ‘Collapse’. This record has proven evident the group have found the perfect blend of genres between electronic music, rap, rock, hardcore and some nu-metal. Dangerkids have the style that was… Read More »

Crossfaith – Apocalyze (, , )
11th September 2013 -

Having built up a reputation as one of the most exciting live bands around over the past year, Crossfaith have fast become one of the most talked about bands on the Metalcore scene. Dance and electronics have been a part of Metalcore for a while now but no one has been able to master it quite like Crossfaith. Whilst most bands tended… Read More »