Music Reviews


Wilsen - I Go Missing In My Sleep Album Review

'I Go Missing In My Sleep' is the debut album release for Brooklyn based band Wilsen. Formed back in early 2013, Wilsen, a trio that ostensibly revolves around the alluring vocals of Canadian Tamsin Wilson, put the album together in...

By Andrew Lockwood on 25 April 2017

Hacienda Classical - First Direct Arena, Leeds, 14.04.17 Live Review

The Hacienda in Manchester was a club established in the late 80's whose loyalty and passion championed new music at the time, such as Chicago House and Detroit Techno and with the advent of ecstasy, it truly created a scene...

By Tareck Ghoneim on 25 April 2017

Deafheaven - The Stylus, Leeds 22.04.2017 Live Review

Deafheaven have been one the most interesting metal bands of this decade. Their sound sees them marrying the ominous brutality of black metal with the heavenly textures you tend to get in shoegaze and post-rock. This was first displayed on...

By Max Cussons on 24 April 2017

Deafheaven

Feist - Pleasure Album Review

Feist's fifth album has a lot of promise if you base your expectations on the first single and eponymous title track 'Pleasure'. The Canadian musician demonstrated a raw and starkly lo-fi sound that she's only occasionally hinted at with her...

By Jim Pusey on 24 April 2017

Feist

Maximo Park - Risk to Exist Album Review

It only takes a cursory glance at the news most evenings (or an hour in downtown Taunton on a Saturday night) to know that, in 2017, it's a risk to exist. Maximo Park's sixth studio album grasps the contemporary global...

By Jon Kean on 21 April 2017

Maximo Park

Kasabian - The O2 Forum Kentish Town, London (20.04.2017) Live Review

The O2 Forum Kentish Town is tonight's venue for the third and final London show as part of the Kasabian's intimate UK tour in preparation for the band's 6th studio album 'For Cryin Out Loud', released on April 28. Opening with...

By Chloe Dobinson on 21 April 2017

Kasabian

Mark Lanegan - Gargoyle Album Review

Up until quite recently, a Mark Lanegan release was a rare treat, but that is no longer the case as Gargoyle marks Lanegan's 4th studio album in 5 years. 5th if you count last year's Houston, 6th if you count...

By Ben Walton on 21 April 2017

Mark Lanegan

Chelsea Wolfe - Manchester, Gorilla, 17.04.17 Live Review

The difficult to define or pigeonhole Chelsea Wolfe is one of the most intriguing artists of recent years. Her sound threads together the most esoteric, harrowing and cathartic aspects of drone metal, folk, goth and occasionally electronic music. She's done...

By Max Cussons on 18 April 2017

Chelsea Wolfe

Allan Rayman - Roundhouse 01 Album Review

'Roundhouse 01', Allan Rayman's latest album, about survival, escape and transformation, is the first in a trilogy by the isolationist Torontonian. He's not one for a big splurge, any razzmatazz, meet and greets or even just putting himself out there....

By Andrew Lockwood on 13 April 2017

Father John Misty - Pure Comedy Album Review

William Blake wrote, in "Auguries of Innocence", about mankind's potential 'To see a World in a grain of sand/ And a Heaven in a Wild Flower/ Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand/ And Eternity in an hour.' To...

By Jon Kean on 12 April 2017

Father John Misty

Parkway Drive - Leeds O2 Academy 10.04.2017 Live Review

Australian metalcore giants, Parkway Drive, have been quite the phenomenon the last decade or so. Since their inception in 2003 Parkway Drive have gone from strength to strength delivering milestones such as 2007's 'Horizons', 2010's 'Deep Blue' and most recently...

By Max Cussons on 11 April 2017

Parkway Drive

Slugabed - Inherit The Earth Album Review

Slugabed is an emerging UK electronic music producer, whose sound is defined by minimal beats, wonky atmospheres and an overall wide-eyed, innocent playful approach. His newest album 'Inherit The Earth' has been a much-anticipated release since the lead single 'Infinite...

By Max Cussons on 10 April 2017

Slugabed

Yorkston/Thorne/Khan - Komedia Arts Cafe, Bath 05.04.17 Live Review

If words like 'fusion' and 'experimental' fill you with creeping dread, then you clearly haven't seen Yorkston/Thorne/Khan live. On paper, the prospect of melding folk, jazz and Indian music is a potentially trippy prospect. I mean, what could possibly go...

By Jon Kean on 10 April 2017

The Jesus And Mary Chain - De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill-On-Sea 06.04.17

From East Kilbride to East Sussex, from The Barrowland's Ballroom last week to Bexhill-On-Sea this, The Jesus And Mary Chain's biggest tour for decades played out its penultimate UK gig (until September) in the resplendence of The De La Warr...

By Andrew Lockwood on 10 April 2017

The Jesus And Mary Chain

Diet Cig - Swear I'm Good At This Album Review

Diet Cig's 2015's "Over Easy" EP was a rip-roaring, rough-and-ready, lo-fi, five-song strop. Alex Luciano and Noah Bowman's fizzy punk-pop also had a chunky, sh*t-kicking bolshiness, born of the carefree joy of being in a new band, making new music....

By Jon Kean on 10 April 2017

The Big Moon - Love In The 4th Dimension Album Review

"Big" is likely one of the first words that most people learn. It isn't sophisticated, it isn't elegant and it isn't complex, but that does not mean that it isn't sometimes the perfect word to describe something truly delightful. Formerly...

By Will Perkins on 10 April 2017

Homeboy Sandman - Veins Album Review

While there are plenty of raps out there that are not as deep as the writings of Aristotle, Dostoevsky or even your average student majoring in Philosophy, most hip-hop songs deliver one or more messages (such as "I'm better on...

By David J. Lownds on 09 April 2017

Homeboy Sandman

Summer Moon - With You Tonight Album Review

2017 appears to be for The Strokes what 1978 was for Kiss: a year in which you won't get one collaborative, focused album from the main band but instead several solo ventures from the band's constituent members. We've already had...

By Ben Walton on 09 April 2017

Pulled Apart By Horses - The Haze Album Review

There was a time when Pulled Apart By Horses were leading the charge of weirdo rock music in the UK. Their 2010 self-titled debut was an in-your-face, angular riff storm reinforced by oddball lyrics. Gradually, they became a smoother act,...

By Max Cussons on 08 April 2017

Pulled Apart By Horses

Wear Your Wounds - WYW (Self-titled) Album Review

Wear Your Wounds is the solo project of Converge frontman Jacob Bannon. Converge have arguably been the best hardcore band of the last two decades with the highest level of emotional intensity, the most visceral sonic textures and twisted experimentation....

By Max Cussons on 07 April 2017

Sonar Festival Hong Kong 2017 - Live Review

The inaugural Hong Kong Sonar Festival went off without a hitch bringing some of the finest electronic talents the fragrant harbour has ever seen. Saturday April 1st saw the Hong Kong Science Park play host to the likes of DJ...

By Lauren Mullineaux on 06 April 2017

Sonar Festival

Teen Daze - Themes For Dying Earth Album Review

Angry times seem to have brought angrier music. The world we all share has in the last few years  become a turbulent vessel, the fate of which worryingly rests in the hands of men who care little for anything other...

By Andy Peterson on 06 April 2017

Teen Daze

Aimee Mann - Mental Illness Album Review

When Aimee Mann kept hearing her songs pigeonholed as remorselessly miserable, she could have capitulated to peer pressure and started channelling her inner Pharrell. Instead she gave herself “permission to write the saddest, slowest, most acoustic record” possible. Entitling the...

By Jon Kean on 04 April 2017

Aimee Mann

Future Islands - The Far Field Album Review

Whether it is with a sense of irony, just a happy coincidence or a chronological anomaly, 'The Far Field', Future Islands latest, and best, album to date, is packed full of potential singles. (The band's fifth album, and second for...

By Andrew Lockwood on 04 April 2017

Future Islands

Desperate Journalist - Louisiana, Bristol 29.03.17 Live Review

The upstairs room of the Louisiana pub in Bristol has hosted many a band on the early slopes of a mighty ascent. You only have to browse at the commemorative posters downstairs to see names like The White Stripes, Goldfrapp...

By Jon Kean on 04 April 2017

Desperate Journalist

The Jesus And Mary Chain - Damage And Joy Album Review

I think for me The Jesus And Mary Chain have always been more than just their songs. In many ways, although revered and critically acclaimed in many circles, they have had more of an influence and been more of an inspiration than...

By Andrew Lockwood on 04 April 2017

The Jesus And Mary Chain

Michelle Branch - Hopeless Romantic Album Review

With chart success on both sides of the Atlantic and a double platinum album in North America, Michelle Branch was making a name for herself at the beginning of the millennium, but record company wrangling means this is her first...

By Alex Lai on 03 April 2017

Michelle Branch

Blaenavon - That's Your Lot Album Review

A little over a year ago at a gig at Bath's historic Moles club, upon entry to the particularly derelict toilets, I was met by the stern glares of three youthful bohemians. I got on with my business and thought...

By Will Perkins on 03 April 2017

Run The Jewels - Albert Hall, Manchester-31.03.2017 Live Review

Run The Jewels have been one of the most essential and thrilling hip-hop groups of the last few years. Consisting of Killer Mike and EL-P, two highly respected rappers for their solo efforts, the duo formed after EL-P produced Mike's...

By Max Cussons on 03 April 2017

Run The Jewels

Gnoomes - TSCHAK! Album Review

Few press releases contain a better gift than the claim made by Russian-based trio Gnoomes that whilst Tschak! Was being made they "...haven't had an opportunity to use psychedelics during the recording process... It was a challenge for us to...

By Andy Peterson on 03 April 2017

Fenech Soler - Zilla Album Review

With their self-titled debut back in 2010, Fenech Soler's lively, synth-driven indie pop sound certainly made an impression: pulsating beats, catchy hooks and sing-a-long lyrics made it difficult not to be captivated by their sound. But it's now seven years...

By Chantelle Pattemore on 02 April 2017

Fenech-Soler

The Moonlandingz - Interplanetary Class Classics Album Review

Speaking recently about the "Sweet Saturn Mine" video, Sean Lennon said, 'We were just trying to entertain ourselves. The whole thing was just having fun,' thus capturing the spirit of The Moonlandingz's album. I'm not saying this album is fun;...

By Jon Kean on 01 April 2017

Bob Dylan - Triplicate Album Review

On his new album, Bob Dylan sings, “I’m weary all of the time”. If the more upbeat tracks were less energetic, that would be a good summary of all the content found on this horribly colossal overindulgence of a triple...

By David J. Lownds on 01 April 2017

Bob Dylan

Spoon - Hot Thoughts Album Review

Tricky business, crossing the Atlantic: few have made the journey either way and found universal adoration; for every Beatles there are dozens more of your Blurs and your gobby Gallaghers. Conversely, this mass shrugging of British shoulders affects amongst others...

By Andy Peterson on 31 March 2017

Spoon

Paul Weller - Jawbone OST Album Review

Surprisingly Jawbone represents Paul Weller's first fully-fledged attempt at a film score. The Modfather has of course, donated the occasional composition to previous soundtracks, but he's never tried his hand at creating a soundscape to accompany a cinematic venture. Jawbone...

By Jim Pusey on 30 March 2017

Paul Weller

The Lemon Twigs - Thekla, Bristol 23.03.17 Live Review

If you haven't been to the Thekla, you're missing out. If you haven't seen the Lemon Twigs, you're definitely missing out. A former cargo ship, then home to Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band's Vivien Stanshall, the Thekla has probably seen plenty...

By Jon Kean on 29 March 2017

The Lemon Twigs

Hurray For The Riff Raff - The Navigator Album Review

Hurray For The Riff Raff (Alynda Segarra and band) hail from Louisiana, via The Bronx, and are often described as Americana to help pigeon hole and assign their music for a world which likes order (and for those of us...

By Andrew Lockwood on 29 March 2017

Hurray for the Riff Raff

Pinkshinyultrablast - Grandfeathered Album Review

In an age where formulaic TV talent shows have become inescapable, Simon Cowell and his revolving door of equally fiendish collaborators have long kept hostage the expression: "Unlike anything I've ever heard before." It has become synonymous with noises truly...

By Will Perkins on 28 March 2017

Los Campesinos - Sick Scenes Album Review

Ever since their debut album ‘Hold On Now, Youngster...’, Los Campesinos! have been a band like no other. Their energy is unmatched, their exciting songs relatable, and their live performance on another level entirely. It felt like nothing could follow...

By Mark Moore on 26 March 2017

Los Campesinos

PINS - Bad Thing EP Review

What are you most likely to do when you've had a few drinks? Finally tell someone you find them utterly irresistible (or utterly resistible)? Buy a vintage Triumph Stag off eBay, even though you can't drive? Whatever your proclivities, I...

By Jon Kean on 25 March 2017

Bush - Black And White Rainbows Album Review

Placed in the post-grunge rock scene, Bush are a British outfit who can legitimately claim to have greater popularity in America than their homeland. Having broken up and reformed, this seventh studio album was an inevitability following frontman Gavin Rossdale's...

By Alex Lai on 24 March 2017

Bush

Zara Larsson - So Good Album Review

Tipped by some as a potential superstar of the pop world, Zara Larsson came to prominence in her native Sweden having won a television talent competition. That was nine years ago, and unlike some who rush to capitalise on exposure,...

By Alex Lai on 23 March 2017

Zara Larsson

Feeder - Renegades (Special Edition Re-issue) Album Review

It seems to be the age of the re-issue, one that Feeder have embraced with their seventh studio album from 2010 'Renegades'. Unlike other album re-issues out there, though, this is not a special anniversary release. The simple fact is...

By Mark Moore on 23 March 2017

Feeder

Bing & Ruth - No Home of the Mind Album Review

As a composer of "new music" (synonymous to "contemporary classical music" in my circles), I am an avid fan of Bing & Ruth's influences, Steve Reich and John Cage.  Bing & Ruth claim that their brand of music is "minimalist"...

By Dan Lis on 23 March 2017

The Dears - Times Infinity Vol 1 Album Review

In this age of untethered access to almost anything you care to search for on-line it's a little odd that the UK is only just seeing the release of the 'new' Dears album, more than eighteen months since its US...

By Andrew Lockwood on 23 March 2017

The Dears

Temples - Volcano Album Review

In the past few years, dubious band revivals, mediocre pop and generally under-whelming indie bands seem to have been worryingly rife - so the arrival of Temples' neo-psychedelic rock via their 2012 debut "Sun Structures" made a refreshing and welcome...

By Chantelle Pattemore on 23 March 2017

Temples

Gojira - Leeds O2 Academy-16.03.2017 Live Review

Throughout the 21st Century France's Gojira have become one of metal's biggest and most respected acts. This is down to them crafting a sound across several albums that's as crushing as you'd expect from a band named after the King...

By Max Cussons on 20 March 2017

Craig Finn - We All Want The Same Things Album Review

Craig Finn's solo output has been reassuringly impressive, building on his work with The Hold Steady, he gives himself the freedom here to explore more intricate and intimate material without the band dynamic guiding the development of his lyrics. Album...

By Jim Pusey on 20 March 2017

Craig Finn

Conor Oberst - Salutations Album Review

If ever your day's too peachy and you're missing out on that sense of feeling wounded, cold and desperately alone, then last year's achingly beautiful "Ruminations" ought to be your go-to album. Written in snowbound Omaha, Nebraska, after Conor Oberst...

By Jon Kean on 20 March 2017

Conor Oberst

Kris Drever - Victoria Hall, Radstock - 10.03.17 Live Review

On the map, the town of Radstock may be close to Glastonbury, but close to Glastonbury it ain't. What manifold joys, therefore, to catch Orcadian folk titan, Kris Drever at the town's small but perfectly-formed arts hub, The Victoria Hall,...

By Jon Kean on 17 March 2017

Kris Drever

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Rob Lowe getting into a waiting car - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 17th April 2017

Rob Lowe in Beverly Hills

Rob Lowe getting into a waiting car - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Monday 17th April 2017

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Famke Janssen walking in midtown - New York, United States - Monday 17th April 2017

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Future seen performing at Coachella weekend 1 day 2

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Chris Brown performs live onstage at the American Airlines Arena - Miami, Florida, United States - Saturday 15th April 2017

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Alessandra Ambrosio at the Neon Carnival at Coachella - Indio, California, United States - Saturday 15th April 2017

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Amber Rose at the Neon Carnival at Coachella - Indio, California, United States - Saturday 15th April 2017

Amber Rose at the Neon Carnival at Coachella

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Lady Gaga performing at Coachella Weekend 1 - Day 2 - Indio, California, United States - Saturday 15th April 2017

Lady Gaga performing at Coachella Weekend 1 - Day 2

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