Doe are a London-based DIY punk trio and their debut album, Some Things Last Longer Than You, is a cathartic belly-scream for the overlooked, the ignored and the patronised.
Taking all the effort out of deciding what albums to listen to in the remaining 13 days of the year as well as what order to listen to them in (descending order of not-shitness) here are Methods Unsound’s best albums of 2015, reviewed and ranked just for you.
It's summer. You can tell it's summer because the music industry buggers off on holiday for three months leaving us all bereft of new music and having to listen to our Dad's Greatest Hits of ELO cassette and pretend like that's a brilliant and convenient thing to do. It's lucky you bought that cassette player last year, you hipster bag of crap otherwise you'd be really fucked.
You think you’ve written all you can about you’re favourite band in the world, Sleater-Kinney. You think that by 2015 you’ve devoured every last track.