Jonny Winter reviews lofi R&B sad-boy Joji’s new album, Nectar.
Bella Wigley reviews the debut album from Beabadoobee, Fake It Flowers.
Liam Cattermole reviews anonymous music collective SAULT’s new album, Untitled (Rise).
It’s difficult enough to review a 22-track album in less than 300 words let alone an album so packed with detail as this one is. The 1975’s third studio album comes a mere 91 days […]
Alt-pop duo Oh Wonder began working together in early 2011 but made a name for themselves when they released their self-titled debut album in 2015, following an unorthodox approach of releasing a song every month […]
Newly-wed, sober and not shy about it, Bieber makes a highly anticipated comeback with 16-track, fifth studio album, ‘Changes’. We see a Justin that ‘never thought [i] he could be loyal’ show off his new […]
The Liverpudlian foursome Circa Waves have just announced a new tour and are ready to grace the Brudenell stage on the 14th March. Set to play two shows in the evening, they are eager to […]
Fresh from a spree of club detours as Daphni, Dan Snaith a.k.a. Caribou will soon be back with Suddenly, his first album in over 5 years. Its pre-release singles are a return to full-blown songwriting, […]
Professor Green has ‘just been good to Leeds’ after he sells out his re-scheduled tour that was postponed due to a seizure he suffered that led to a fractured neck. However, his injury did by […]
Almost 20 years after the release of their debut album, Coldplay’s signature brand of generic Britpop still maintains an almost implausible popularity. Now, with Everyday Life, the band have not only reached their most experimental, […]
“Though it’s still hard work to find the words, I’m still gonna write this fuckin’ song,” sings Rex Orange County on the first track on new album Pony. It may feel like it has been […]
Last week Esme McGowan caught up with Kiaran, lead singer of The Sherlocks, to see how he was feeling ahead of the release of their second album, Under Your Sky. “Yeah it feels a bit […]