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Mumford And Sons - Sigh No More

Mumford And Sons - Sigh No More

Review of Mumford and Sons album Sign No More.After what seemed like an eternity of indie bands equipped with sharp spiky guitar riffs and lyrics from inside the dole queue, it would seem that the...

Review posted on 13th October 2009

Man Raze - Surreal

Man Raze - Surreal

Man Raze are a three piece rock band made up of Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook as well as Def Leppards Phil Collen and former Girl member Simon Laffy. However its Def Leppard fans that...

Review posted on 16th September 2009

Twin Atlantic - Vivarium

Twin Atlantic - Vivarium

Review of Twin Atlantic's album Vivarium With named influences Biffy Clyro making inroads into the mainstream and getting plays on Radio 1, Twin Atlantic might just have chosen the perfect time to release their debut...

Review posted on 14th September 2009

Twisted Tongue - Twisted Tongue

Twisted Tongue - Twisted Tongue

Album Review of Twisted Tongue's Self-Titles record.Some artists suit their record label down to the ground and this is certainly the case with Twisted Tongue and their self titled debut. Signed to the Acid Jazz...

Review posted on 7th September 2009

Bastila - Bastila

Bastila - Bastila

Review of Bastila's self-titled albumAccording to their biography, Bastila get their name from a bar in the Czech Republic where they once played table football during a visit. It's this kind of madcap logic which...

Review posted on 3rd September 2009

Mika - The Boy Who Knew Too Much

Mika - The Boy Who Knew Too Much

Review of Mika' s album The Boy Who Knew Too MuchA lot of artists fear being forgotten when they prepare a comeback with their sophomore album, even if they've had a fair degree of success...

Review posted on 3rd September 2009

Calvin Harris - Ready For The Weekend

Calvin Harris - Ready For The Weekend

Review of Calvin Harris' album Ready For The WeekendCalvin Harris is the most unlikeliest of pop figures, being a geeky giant from Dumfries that confesses to have made music on a games consol at the...

Review posted on 1st September 2009

Fryars - Dark Young Hearts

Fryars - Dark Young Hearts

Review of Fryars album Dark Young Hearts As one of the first artists to sign up to the innovative Bandstocks scheme, a system which allows fans to invest into an artist in exchange for a...

Review posted on 26th August 2009

Imogen Heap - Ellipse

Imogen Heap - Ellipse

Review of Imogen Heap's album EllipseHaving received rave reviews last time around with 2005's Speak for Yourself, Imogen Heap re emerges from a 4 year break with new album Ellipse. A recording career that's spanned...

Review posted on 13th August 2009

Regina Spektor - Far

Regina Spektor - Far

Review of Regina Spektor's album Far.Regina Spektor makes her long awaited return with her first studio album since 2006' Begin to Hope. The Brooklyn raised 'anti-folk' singer song-writer has in the past supported the likes...

Review posted on 10th August 2009

V V Brown - Travel Like The Light

V V Brown - Travel Like The Light

Review of VV Brown's album Travel Like The Light.2009 still has 5 months of music to produce but it already looks like being remembered for records produced by women. With the likes of La Roux,...

Review posted on 10th August 2009

Hockey - Mind Chaos

Hockey - Mind Chaos

Review of Hockey's album Mind Chaos. It would be easy to pigeon hole Hockey after hearing debut single and album opener Too Fake. With the smokey, gravely vocals of Julian Casablancas and the electro tinged...

Review posted on 10th August 2009

Al Green - Green Is Blues

Al Green - Green Is Blues

Review of Al Green's album Green Is BlueIt was Morrissey who once sang 'reissue repackage, re-evaluate the songs, double pack with a photograph extra track and a tacky badge' in reference to the re release,...

Review posted on 10th August 2009

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Paloma Faith - Better Than This Video

Paloma Faith - Better Than This Video

With her fifth studio album 'Infinite Things' set to be released later this year, Paloma Faith unveils a music video for her newest song 'Better Than...

Toots and the Maytals: Their seven most iconic tunes

Toots and the Maytals: Their seven most iconic tunes

Remembering the iconic Toots Hibbert (1942-2020).

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

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

'The Great Escape' was released on this day (September 11th) in 1995.

WE ARE CHAOS - Marilyn Manson Album Review

WE ARE CHAOS - Marilyn Manson Album Review

We were actually quite excited about Marilyn Manson's WE ARE CHAOS. The question is whether or not we were sorely disappointed...

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

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

World Suicide Prevention Day is the day to remember some of the world's greatest artists.

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

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

Few bands reach the legendary status of of the greatest rock 'n' roll band in the world.

Stormzy - Superheroes Video

Stormzy - Superheroes Video

With his forthcoming album 'Heavy is the Head' set for release this December, Stormzy has dropped an animated video for a new single entitled...

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 time to start letting women be empowered by their sexual attitudes.

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