Category : Album review

‘The Ooz’ by King Krule

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After a four year wait since King Krule’s first album, he finally blesses us with his follow up with the eclectic The OOZ. Combining elements of jazz and more contemporary production techniques, King Krule channels a plethora of influences, from jazz legends to James Blake. Long-time fans of King Krule … Read More

Single Review: Loving Is Easy by Rex Orange County

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Rex Orange County, aka Alex O’Connor, has well and truly laid down the law of how to make sweet easy to listen to tunes. Already two albums down and having featured on Tyler the Creator’s new album Flower Boy, O’Connor’s presence is undeniable. As sweet soulful lilts serenade us throughout … Read More

Single Review: Here We Are Again by Ella Grace

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After the success of her two previous singles, Ella has returned with ‘Here We Are Again’, a bittersweet and more solemn ode to the ache of lost love. Beginning and ending with the sound of birds immediately transports the listener to a patch of nature much like that featured in … Read More

‘Pinewood Smile’ by The Darkness

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The Darkness, a well-known English band originating from Suffolk, have landed their way back onto the music scene with the release of their new album Pinewood Smile. The band are best known for their hit songs such as ‘I believe in a thing called love’ and ‘Christmas Time (Don’t Let … Read More

MASSEDUCTION by St Vincent

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From start to finish, MASSEDUCTION is an aural treat. It’s one of those rare albums that comes along once every couple of years that makes you stop dead in your tracks, hanging on every note. It’s a reminder that pop music can be intelligent, witty and fucking funny if we … Read More

‘Heaven Upside Down’ by Marilyn Manson

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Once upon a time, Marilyn Manson was America’s number one public enemy. Today, America has much bigger things to worry about, and The God of Fuck’s future in the country’s pantheon of counter-cultural icons is unclear. In a post-Trump world, Heaven Upside Down’s litany of guns, sex and death is predictable … Read More

‘We Were Raised Under Grey Skies’ by JP Cooper

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Seemingly springing out of nowhere last year when he featured on Jonas Blue’s ‘Perfect Strangers’, JP Cooper has actually been putting music out since 2012. After much anticipation, his debut album We Were Raised Under Grey Skies has proved his long struggle for recognition has paid off, the work effortlessly … Read More

‘As You Were’ by Liam Gallagher

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Liam Gallagher returns with his debut solo album “As You Were”, 26 years after starting his life-changing band Oasis. This album comes after his own claims on Twitter that he’d never do it because he’s “not a cunt” – yet, after a summer of playing festivals and a tour announcement, … Read More

‘Nightbringers’ by The Black Dahlia Murder

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For those who aren’t familiar with The Black Dahlia Murder, the death metal band draw their name from an unsolved case involving the brutal murder of a young woman in California during the 1940s. Forming in 2001, the band has released eight albums, each of which has acted to convey … Read More

‘Visions Of A Life’ by Wolf Alice

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Wolf Alice’s debut full-length, My Love is Cool, was an album to define the times. This is a band who have brought together people of wildly different musical tastes, without intentionally crafting their sound to universality – a process which usually leads to dull, meaningless songs. On their second album, … Read More