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Upcoming Releases: From disco to hard rock, November looks to be an interesting month

Upcoming Releases: From disco to hard rock, November looks to be an interesting month

This month there really seems to be something for everybody be it hard rock or disco-pop. We're looking forward to a genre-bending journey with some long-awaited returns as well some new faces; quite the voyage...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 4th November 2020

October 2020 Favourites: The Struts, Beabadoobee and iDKHOW give us nostalgia when we need it most

October 2020 Favourites: The Struts, Beabadoobee and iDKHOW give us nostalgia when we need it most

All in all, it's been an excellent month for music. In October alone we've seen numerous releases that we're strongly considering for our top 10 albums of the year list, and it seems like 2020...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 30th October 2020

Album of the Week: Walking in The Black Parade with My Chemical Romance

Album of the Week: Walking in The Black Parade with My Chemical Romance

We almost can't believe that it's been 14 years since we picked up My Chemical Romance's seminal third album The Black Parade, and yet some of us still have no trouble singing the lyrics to...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 23rd October 2020

I Don't Know How But They Found Me - Razzmatazz Album Review

I Don't Know How But They Found Me - Razzmatazz Album Review

After Dallon Weekes and Ryan Seaman of I Don't Know How But They Found Me (iDKHOW) released their debut EP 1981 Extended Play back in 2018, we had quite a strong idea about what to...

Review posted on 23rd October 2020

Beabadoobee - Fake It Flowers Album Review

Beabadoobee - Fake It Flowers Album Review

We're not really sure what we were expecting from Filipino-British singer-songwriter Beabadoobee's debut studio album Fake It Flowers, but it certainly wasn't this. She's moved away from the breathy acoustic sensibilities of 2017 single Coffee,...

Review posted on 22nd October 2020

Halloween Pop Party: The spooky pop tunes you need for your playlist

Halloween Pop Party: The spooky pop tunes you need for your playlist

Most people seem to think that rock and gothic tunes are the best suited to Halloween playlists, but the truth is you can have just as much of a spooky blast with upbeat, danceable pop...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 21st October 2020

Album of the Week: Remembering Jimi Hendrix and his seminal album 'Electric Ladyland'

Album of the Week: Remembering Jimi Hendrix and his seminal album 'Electric Ladyland'

It being Black History Month in the UK, it feels only appropriate to celebrate one of the most iconic rock albums of all time, brought to us by one of the greatest black musicians in...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 16th October 2020

The Struts - Strange Days Album Review

The Struts - Strange Days Album Review

We truly are living some "Strange Days" right now, so The Struts' third output feels like one of the most appropriate albums we've heard all year. They used this pandemic to put together an extremely...

Review posted on 16th October 2020

Ian Brown's delusional COVID rant is proof that you should never meet your heroes

Ian Brown's delusional COVID rant is proof that you should never meet your heroes

OK, we've had just about enough of this real-life dystopian horror that the world has turned into. It feels like as the months wear on, our list of people we respect and like is getting...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 15th October 2020

How music could improve our mental health

How music could improve our mental health

If you're a musician and you're angry at being told you should "retrain" to do something "useful" while we're trapped in this pandemic, you have every right to be. As much as academics and politicians...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 10th October 2020

Album of the Week: The 20th anniversary of Placebo's Black Market Music

Album of the Week: The 20th anniversary of Placebo's Black Market Music

We've got to be honest; in our opinion, there isn't a single mediocre album in Placebo's back catalogue, but that doesn't mean that their third record Black Market Music isn't something truly special. Today they're...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 9th October 2020

Our favourite songs inspired by the words of poets [Playlist]

Our favourite songs inspired by the words of poets [Playlist]

Poetry and music have always gone hand in hand, and some of the greatest musicians in the world can also be called fantastic poets. But time and time again artists are inspired by iconic poems;...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 6th October 2020

Why Rihanna's use of the Islamic Hadith at the Savage X Fenty Show is NOT OK

Why Rihanna's use of the Islamic Hadith at the Savage X Fenty Show is NOT OK

It seems we can't go more than a few weeks these days without one celebrity or another embarrassing themselves by displaying racial and cultural ignorance. This week everyone's talking about Rihanna's latest gaffe at her...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 5th October 2020

Upcoming Releases: What have we got to look forward to for October 2020?

Upcoming Releases: What have we got to look forward to for October 2020?

It's the final quarter of the year and we are looking at an excellent month of music for October 2020. It's a rich blend of debut releases and albums from more established artists and we...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 2nd October 2020

September Favourites: The five albums that we've had on repeat this month

September Favourites: The five albums that we've had on repeat this month

It's been a bit of a mix of dark truths and determined positivity when it comes to some of our favourite albums of September, but that's exactly the sort of thing we expect as we...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 30th September 2020

Toots and the Maytals: Their seven most iconic tunes

Toots and the Maytals: Their seven most iconic tunes

It's been less than a week since COVID-19 took our beloved Toots Hibbert away from us at the age of 77, but his lasting legacy on reggae music will most certainly live forever. We've put...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 16th September 2020

Album of the Week: Blur's The Great Escape turns 25

Album of the Week: Blur's The Great Escape turns 25

What with Oasis celebrating the 25th anniversary of their second album (What's the Story) Morning Glory? next month, it seems we're having a bit of a Britpop revival this year. Blur also mark the 25th...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 11th September 2020

WE ARE CHAOS - Marilyn Manson Album Review

WE ARE CHAOS - Marilyn Manson Album Review

We were actually quite excited about Marilyn Manson's eleventh studio album WE ARE CHAOS. Intrigued by the prospect of a co-production between Manson and country artist Shooter Jennings (the son of Waylon Jennings), we had...

Review posted on 11th September 2020

Say No To Suicide: The greats we lost but will never forget

Say No To Suicide: The greats we lost but will never forget

It doesn't matter who you are, it seems that depression will almost certainly affect your life in some way. Whether its your own struggles or those of a friend, mental health issues are extremely common....

News posted in Music / Festivals on 10th September 2020

Six reasons why we'll never stop loving The Rolling Stones

Six reasons why we'll never stop loving The Rolling Stones

Despite having to postpone the continuing dates of their No Filter Tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Rolling Stones have made sure they are still very much visible this year. Between the release of...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 9th September 2020

How Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's 'WAP' became the most political song of 2020

How Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's 'WAP' became the most political song of 2020

It's difficult to believe that now, in 2020, women are still having to defend themselves for talking about their enjoyment of sex proudly and publicly. A woman expressing her sexuality is in danger of being...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 7th September 2020

Album of the Week: System of a Down brings us 19 years of 'Toxicity'

Album of the Week: System of a Down brings us 19 years of 'Toxicity'

An album that feels all too appropriate to be celebrating given the current political climate is the much acclaimed second album from Armenian-American alt/nu metal titans System of a Down. Toxicity was released 19 years...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 4th September 2020

Back to School: The teen anthems you need to get you through September [Playlist]

Back to School: The teen anthems you need to get you through September [Playlist]

Whether you see your school days as the best times of your life or the worst times, the beginning of September always brings with it that same nostalgia of new stationary, new haircuts and the...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 3rd September 2020

Upcoming Releases: Five albums we're looking forward to in September 2020

Upcoming Releases: Five albums we're looking forward to in September 2020

As some degree of normality returns to a crazy year and artists stop delaying their overdue album releases (COVID-19 isn't going anywhere any time soon after all), it looks like 2020 may not be a...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 2nd September 2020

11 amazing albums by female artists the 90s brought us

11 amazing albums by female artists the 90s brought us

The 90s is by far one of our favourite decades for music, not only because of its rich and diverse span of genres, but also because of the incredible female talent that came out of...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 28th August 2020

Billie Eilish is the latest star to speak out with an anti-Trump message

Billie Eilish is the latest star to speak out with an anti-Trump message

With the 2020 US presidential election drawing ever closer, the politically minded celebrities of the day have been more and more eager to use their platform to urge fans to vote - and many of...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 20th August 2020

Be Kind: Songs to inspire compassion in a world of conflict [Playlist]

Be Kind: Songs to inspire compassion in a world of conflict [Playlist]

It's amazing that we can live in a world that produces trending hashtags like #BeKind and #AllLivesMatter one minute, and then expresses outrage at an "invasion" of desperate migrants in dinghies the next. It's astounding...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 12th August 2020

Album of the Week: We're joining Deee-Lite's World Clique

Album of the Week: We're joining Deee-Lite's World Clique

They may be considered one-hit-wonders, but in truth that is an unfair representation of this dance trio. Deee-Lite truly delighted critics with their brand of feel-good house music following the release of their self-produced debut...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 7th August 2020

Meme of the Week: The best "I'm secretly listening to" posts on Twitter

Meme of the Week: The best "I'm secretly listening to" posts on Twitter

We've all done it; tried our best to look cool strutting down the street with our AirPods in (Just kidding - I don't own AirPods) pretending to be musical connoisseurs while secretly feeling grateful that...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 6th August 2020

Seven greatest movie soundtracks of the 90s

Seven greatest movie soundtracks of the 90s

The 90s feels like a hundred years ago now, but the movies and music of the decade still stick in our minds, and we still revisit them year after year with a stronger and stronger...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 30th July 2020

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