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Fu**ed Up Live At Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds - June 2014

Fu**ed Up Live At Belgrave Music Hall, Leeds - June 2014

Over the last decade, Canada's Fu**ed Up have established themselves as one of the most interesting and inventive punk bands of the 21st Century thus far, combining frontman Damian 'Pink Eyes' Abraham's hardcore vocals with...

Review posted on 18th June 2014

Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence Album Review

Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence Album Review

Having exploded with 2012's 'Born To Die' giving mainstream pop a more alternative figure, Lana Del Ray is back with her third album 'Ultraviolence'. Given the mass success of its predecessor which was loved by...

Review posted on 16th June 2014

Morning Parade - Pure Adulterated Joy Album Review

Morning Parade - Pure Adulterated Joy Album Review

Morning Parade signalled their arrival as a very promising band on the British alternative scene with their critically acclaimed self-titled debut in 2012. Filled with strong guitars and indie brightness, the album left fans desperate...

Review posted on 10th June 2014

Jack White - Lazaretto Album Review

Jack White - Lazaretto Album Review

Modern music legend Jack White is back with his second solo album 'Lazaretto', following up 2012's 'Blunderbuss'. The former White Stripes main man has spent pretty much all of his career freshening up old style...

Review posted on 9th June 2014

George Ezra - Budapest Single Review

George Ezra - Budapest Single Review

George Ezra is a British singer-songwriter from Hertford who has been doing exceedingly well over the last year, having played Glastonbury in 2013 and come in fifth place for BBC's 'Sound Of.2014'. Now, his new...

Review posted on 9th June 2014

The/Das - Freezer Album Review

The/Das - Freezer Album Review

The/Das are a Berlin electronic music duo made up of Fabian Fenk and Anton K who previously released the 'Speak Your Mind Speak' EP last year, which displayed their potential as great, icy electronic craftsmen....

Review posted on 2nd June 2014

La Roux - Uptight Downtown Single Review

La Roux - Uptight Downtown Single Review

Since the departure of producer Ben Langmaid, synth-pop duo La Roux is now the solo project of Elly Jackson, who is finally back five years after their well-acclaimed 2009 self-titled debut. The new single is...

Review posted on 2nd June 2014

Mongol Horde - Mongol Horde Album Review

Mongol Horde - Mongol Horde Album Review

Everyone knows Frank Turner. Everyone knows Frank Turner loves writing warm acoustic songs that soundtrack your life through good times and bad. Not everyone knows, though, that Turner is also quite fond of screaming himself...

Review posted on 30th May 2014

Sage The Gemini - Remember Me Album Review

Sage The Gemini - Remember Me Album Review

Sage The Gemini is the alias of 21-year-old American rapper Dominic Wynn Woods who has now released his debut full length album 'Remember Me', released via republic records, following his 'Gas Pedal' EP of last...

Review posted on 27th May 2014

We Were Evergreen - Towards Album Review

We Were Evergreen - Towards Album Review

We Were Evergreen are a French indie-pop trio made up of multi-instrumentalists Michael Liot, Fabienne Débarre and William Serfass. Having formed in 2008, they've released three EPs and this is their debut full length album...

Review posted on 27th May 2014

Robyn and Royksopp - Do It Again EP Review

Robyn and Royksopp - Do It Again EP Review

Swedish pop sensation Robyn has collaborated with Norwegian electronic music duo Röyksopp for mini-album 'Do It Again', which serves as each act's first new record since 2010. Robyn is known for her big accessible synth-pop...

Review posted on 23rd May 2014

Lana Del Rey - West Coast Single Review

Lana Del Rey - West Coast Single Review

Being one of the most interesting pop stars of recent years, Lana Del Rey has become particularly popular for her unique pop sound influenced by more niche genres like art rock and trip-hop. With third...

Review posted on 23rd May 2014

Jack White - Lazaretto Single Review

Jack White - Lazaretto Single Review

Jack White is one of the most admired musicians of the 21st century having helped revive blues and garage rock with The White Stripes as well as being a member of The Raconteurs and The...

Review posted on 23rd May 2014

Phantogram - Voices Album Review

Phantogram - Voices Album Review

Having released debut full length album 'Eyelid Movies' in 2009 along with a handful of EPs, New York duo (Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter) Phantogram are back with their second full length album 'Voices'....

Review posted on 23rd May 2014

Skrillex - Recess Album Review

Skrillex - Recess Album Review

Sonny Moore AKA Skrillex is a name you'll be familiar with if you've so much as been to a club or a party with dance music in the last few years, given the popularity...

Review posted on 21st May 2014

Twin Atlantic - Heart And Soul Single Review

Twin Atlantic - Heart And Soul Single Review

Twin Atlantic are a Scottish rock band whose previous releases, 2009’s mini-album ‘Vivarium’ and 2011’s full length ‘Free’, have been pretty powerful. They are now back with their new single ‘Heart And Soul’, their first...

Review posted on 20th May 2014

The So So Glos - Blowout Album Review

The So So Glos - Blowout Album Review

All the material The So So Glos have released since their inception in 2007 has proven to deliver a joyous racket. They're there to give you a good time, whether you're just playing the songs...

Review posted on 20th May 2014

Royal Blood - Come On Over Single Review

Royal Blood - Come On Over Single Review

Royal Blood are fast movers. Having formed just last year, they have only one EP out so far, 'Out Of The Black', and the duo are already making a name for themselves, achieving things that...

Review posted on 19th May 2014

Michael Jackson - Xscape Album Review

Michael Jackson - Xscape Album Review

Michael Jackson is the indisputable King of Pop, with some of the most well-known pop songs and albums of all time under his name. His 1982 album 'Thriller' still stands as the biggest selling album...

Review posted on 16th May 2014

Pulled Apart By Horses - Hot Squash Single Review

Pulled Apart By Horses - Hot Squash Single Review

If you've paid any attention to the UK rock scene over the last few years, you'll probably be familiar with Leeds quartet Pulled Apart By Horses, with their unique, noise-influenced, heavy rock that saw them...

Review posted on 14th May 2014

Coldplay - Ghost Stories Album Review

Coldplay - Ghost Stories Album Review

Coldplay are obviously a band who need no introduction, with numerous hit singles since 2000's 'Yellow' and five successful albums of big, but sensible pop music that has gained them millions of fans around the...

Review posted on 13th May 2014

Lapland - Lapland Album Review

Lapland - Lapland Album Review

Lapland is the new moniker of Brooklyn multi-instrumentalist Josh Mease, who previously released music under his own name, namely 2009's 'Wilderness' album. According to Lapland's website, Mease chose to adopt this moniker for his new...

Review posted on 13th May 2014

The Pack A.D. - Do Not Engage Album Review

The Pack A.D. - Do Not Engage Album Review

The Pack A.D. - comprised of guitarist/vocalist Becky Black and drummer Maya Miller - are back with their fifth album (and their first on Nettwerk Productions) 'Do Not Engage'. 'Airborne' opens the album with a...

Review posted on 13th May 2014

Darlia - Candyman EP Review

Darlia - Candyman EP Review

From the opening moments of Darlia's 'Candyman' EP, you can tell that Darlia are a band that exude confidence and, from then on, you know that you're in for something good. The opener and title...

Review posted on 12th May 2014

Marc Ford - Holy Ghost Album Review

Marc Ford - Holy Ghost Album Review

Marc Ford is a name you might recognise if you're a die-hard blues rock fan, given that he was the guitarist for the highly acclaimed The Black Crowes between 1991 and 1997. There he contributed...

Review posted on 21st March 2014

Scraps - Electric Ocean Album Review

Scraps - Electric Ocean Album Review

In this day and age, where most electronic music is created on computers, one might question the future of synth-pop. Luckily, there are still artists, like Scraps, that are proving synth-pop isn't dead with great...

Review posted on 14th March 2014

The Strypes - Hard To Say No Single Review

The Strypes - Hard To Say No Single Review

Every now and again, one comes across a band with the ability to reach far beyond their musical horizons; an ability that allows them to shock, without actually doing something that's never been done before....

Review posted on 13th February 2014

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