Category : Music

Black Honey descend on Church | 18/10/18

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On a cold Thursday night, the doors of Church opened to welcome a sensational line-up of RUSSO, PINS and the visionary Black Honey. The beauty that ensued held testament to the roofless talent and flair of each of the bands, and it was certainly a night to be remembered. First … Read More

InTheMiddle with Tom Grennan

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Tom Grennan has been on a rollercoaster of a journey in the last few years. From headlining Barn on the Farm, to breaking the World Record for playing the most gigs in 12 hours, to now selling out Leeds’ own O2 Academy, Tom Grennan is anxious to begin his tour … Read More

Novo Amor’s ‘Birthplace’ is Beautiful Atmospheric Folk

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Novo Amor goes on a journey and takes you with him. On Birthplace, the chord progressions and the changing dynamics make you feel as if you are following right behind, step by step, in admiration. Crescendos build you up to pull you back down again, leaving you fulfilled and pensive … Read More

Absurdist Satire Rules in John Grant’s ‘Love Is Magic’

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John Grant’s latest solo album Love Is Magic has something for everyone; from funk and alt rock to wavy synths and videogame music, acoustic guitars and bouncing beats – the album focuses on themes of transformation, temporariness, and escape, tying the whole thing together with a satirical style and casual … Read More

Connan Mockasin’s ‘Jassbusters’ Is Strangely Beautiful

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Mockasin’s album is borne out of a lo-fi short film created by the man himself, which is in short about a failing student trying to impress his creepy music teacher. Jassbusters is the teacher’s band, intended to sound novice, but instead comes to us as a mellow, lamenting project, glimmering … Read More

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Stun With ‘A Star Is Born’ Soundtrack

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Hollywood demonstrates again that anything is possible on the big screen. A Star Is Born has successfully embraced the challenge of developing a singer from an actor and vice versa, bringing together the astonishing duo of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. This romantic drama requires a powerful soundtrack, which has … Read More

Musical Masterpiece and Experiment in Empathy, 20.07.18

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‘If I write about how it feels to me, will you feel it, too?’ On 20th July 2018 Britten Sinfonia performed the premiere of Keaton Henson’s latest masterpiece ‘Six Lethargies’ at the Barbican Centre in London. A culmination of three years of work, the event exhibited not only the musical … Read More

Is A Surprise Beyoncé Release Around the Corner?

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For the last decade Beyoncé Knowles-Carter has become renowned for the control she has exerted over her public image down to the last detail. She rarely gives interviews and when she does, she has completely control. At her shows, professional cameras are no longer permitted, and she urges the press … Read More

Utilising Music For Self-Care

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Whether you are in your first year of University and dealing with moving away from home, or you are in final year trying to manage the looming pressure of a dissertation, we all need to prioritise time for a bit of self-care. World Mental Health Day has just passed and, … Read More