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EP Review: Nine Inch Nails – Add Violence

July 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

Nine Inch Nails will soon mark their 3rd decade as a band, and having outlasted many of their predecessors; they’re still showing no signs of calming down. Add Violence is only the third EP to be released...

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One Republic took to social media to explain to fans that instead of albums, for now the band would simply be putting out singles as and when they felt like it. This new approach has...

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Album Review: John Smith – Headlong

July 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

For those of you who may have never heard the name John Smith, let me tell you – that is not an easy man to Google. But for one who shares his name with an...

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Album Review: Radiohead – OKNOTOK

July 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

There are few bands that live to become as iconic as Radiohead, whose seminal work continues to inspire, divide and provoke the world over. Marking 20 years of OK Computer, this reissue features remastered favourites amongst B-side fan favourites...

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Album Review: Big Boi – BOOMIVERSE

July 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

The illustrious days of Outkast may be long gone, but former member Big Boi is still cranking out solo records that will fill the Outkast shapes void in your life. His debut effort dropped in...

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Este, Danielle and Alana Haim have put their fans through a laborious four year wait for new music. In that time the world is almost unrecognisable, but the LA trio’s knack for euphoric pop is something...

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The start of July sees the UK fully in the swing of festival season, and what a glorious one it has been thus far. Having just about recovered from the incredibly surprising Glastonbury heat-wave –...

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The illustrious life of Roger Waters is one filled with accomplishments beyond any mere mortal. As a part of Pink Floyd, he helped craft some of the most seminal albums the world has ever seen. Is...

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Since the demise of Oasis, the majority of people sided with the more genteel Team Noel, but on Wall Of Glass, the first taste of solo album As You Were, Liam is ready to put his questionable days...

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Album Review: Katy Perry – Witness

June 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

Since first bursting onto the global pop scene in 2008, Katy Perry has hit a number of impressive musical milestones. She’s headlined the most-watched Super Bowl half-time show in history and even boasts the world...

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Album Review: Dua Lipa – Dua Lipa

June 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

The rise of Dua Lipa has been a steady period of growth rather than the quick flash in the pan, that many new artists can easily fall victim to. Her self-titled debut album is a...

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Baltimore four-piece; All Time Low, are back with Last Young Renegade, the band’s seventh record since forming in 2003. Pop punk remains an incredibly popular genre, with fans of All Time Low set to lap this release...

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Single Review: Foo Fighters – Run

June 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

Foo Fighters have had a calamitous year, frontman Dave Grohl breaking his leg meant the band had to cancel their career defining slot headlining the Pyramid Stage at last year’s Glastonbury festival. On latest single...

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