Author: Louise Mawson

The Cat Empire - O2 Institute Birmingham - 2nd April 2016 Live Review

The Cat Empire - O2 Institute Birmingham - 2nd April 2016 Live Review

Currently on a world tour spanning the rest of 2016, The Cat Empire brought their very own style of ska/jazz/rock music to Birmingham's O2 Institute on 2nd April. It's only been a couple of years...

Review posted on 11th April 2016

The Cat Empire - Interview

The Cat Empire - Interview

Australian band The Cat Empire are back with their 7th album and an 8 month world tour. 'Rising with the Sun' features the band's beautifully eclectic sound of jazz-ska-Latin-rock, and has earned them the number...

Interview posted on 4th April 2016

Placebo - 'Sleeping With Ghosts' and 'Meds' vinyl reissues Album Review

Placebo - 'Sleeping With Ghosts' and 'Meds' vinyl reissues Album Review

To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Placebo's debut album, the band have been reissuing each of their landmark albums on both limited-run coloured vinyl and permanent standard black vinyl.'Sleeping With Ghosts' and 'Meds' are the...

Review posted on 16th March 2016

M. Ward - More Rain Album Review

M. Ward - More Rain Album Review

M. Ward's latest offering 'More Rain' comes after living in notoriously wet Portland for over a decade. In fact, the opening track is simply that - rain. It truly does have the feeling of a...

Review posted on 15th February 2016

Dylan LeBlanc - Cautionary Tale Album Review

Dylan LeBlanc - Cautionary Tale Album Review

Singer-songwriter Dylan LeBlanc's music sits somewhere between a blissful world of indie folk and a darker world full of his own personal demons. After two critically-acclaimed solo albums and walking away from a major label...

Review posted on 15th January 2016

Amy - The Original Soundtrack Album Review

Amy - The Original Soundtrack Album Review

With the highest grossing opening weekend for a British documentary ever, 'Amy' was the surprise cinema hit of the summer. What could've been a very biased, judgemental take on the singer's life was instead a...

Review posted on 22nd October 2015

The Fratellis - Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied Album Review

The Fratellis - Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied Album Review

After just a two year break, The Fratellis are back with their fourth studio album 'Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied'. The follow-up to 'We Need Medicine', which received a fairly muted reception, the new album is...

Review posted on 8th July 2015

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