Isabel Ralphs reviews Arlo Parks’ debut album Collapsed in sunbeams, our first full-length glimpse of a young artist with an extremely promising career ahead of her.
Lizzie Wright reviews Taylor Swift’s second surprise album of 2020, evermore.
Carmen Walker-Vasquez talks us through ‘Pheonix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin’, Eartheater’s dazzling new album, described as a return to the “primordial lava lake”.
Tiña, the self-professed ‘pink messiahs’ from south London, have released their debut album – possessing a chirpy optimism at odds to the visceral and emotional pain underneath. Freya Martin tells us her thoughts.
Pop shapeshifter Dorian Electra’s new album ‘My Agenda’ is a powerful force to be reckoned with. Zoe Frechin-Pollard talks us through it.
Lizzie Wright reviews Lady Gaga’s music video for her new single ‘911.’
Maisie Peters continues to stun listeners and melt hearts with the release of her unbelievable second EP, It’s Your Bed Babe, It’s Your Funeral.
At just 18 years old, Maisie has grown an impressive fanbase with her candescent song-writing and melodies. On Saturday she brings her talents to Leeds Hyde Park Book Club, an intimate venue perfect for the […]
Having a packed-out room absolutely enamoured with you on a rainy Monday night is no easy feat. Yet dream pop trio LANY had the entire thousand-strong audience wrapped around their finger, taking them on a […]
Since placing 2nd in 2009’s X Factor, Olly Murs has had a fruitful career. With four UK number-one singles and albums, alongside various TV presenting roles, the ‘cheeky chappy’ persona seems to have taken Murs […]
What can you say about Raye that hasn’t been said before? Frankly, a lot. Compared to the opening act, Kara Marni, Raye was extraordinarily versatile and talented. It was like Led Zeppelin following up a […]
Sometimes, it seems like the saxophone is underrated outside of its beginnings in classical music and its jazzy tendencies. This alone should make it clear that Saxophone Day, on the 6th November, deserves to exist […]