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Album Review: Nine Inch Nails – Bad Witch

July 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

The mighty Nine Inch Nails return with Bad Witch, their ninth record and the follow-up to 2013’s Hesitation Marks. At just six tracks long; this is one of the shortest albums in recent years, and it goes against the...

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Album Review: Gorillaz – The Now Now

July 16, 2018 | 0 Comments

The innovative brain child of Damon Albarn and artist Jamie Hewlett, Gorillaz have been going since 1998. The Now Now is the virtual band’s sixth record, which sees them ditch their go to plethora of guest artists...

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London is in the grip of a seemingly never-ending heatwave, England are still in the World Cup and tonight the iconic Nile Rodgers headlines the Old Naval College in London with a disco celebration like...

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It has been almost 10 year since Florence & The Machine’s debut album Lungs was released. It was a scattered collection of songs direct from the mind of Florence Welch that represented all she could not say...

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Johnny Marr seems to be the only lasting member of The Smiths not hell bent on destroying his reputation. Whilst Morrissey is out in the world making questionable choices, Mr Marr is taking everything in...

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The debut album from Christina Aguilera may have come out almost 20 years ago, but not even the staunchest of critics would deny the fact her voice remains a total powerhouse. Liberation is the singer’s 8th album...

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Album Review: Jessie J – R.O.S.E.

June 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

BBC Sound of 2011 Jessie J’s comeback has been a somewhat quiet affair in comparison to her seemingly global takeover at the start of her career. Rejecting the traditional album format, there are 4 separate...

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Album Review: Morcheeba – Blaze Away

June 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

90s electronic stalwarts Morcheeba are back with their ninth studio album; Blaze Away, a more mellow affair that blends ambient soul with ambient bass notes. Following a brief split in 2003, the band now consists solely of...

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Album Review: Lily Allen – No Shame

June 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

There has been much publicised about Lily Allen’s personal life since her emergence in 2006, but on fourth album; No Shame, Allen has been able to channel everything she has weathered into yet another high point in...

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Album Review: Shawn Mendes – Shawn Mendes

June 14, 2018 | 0 Comments

Shawn Mendes has come an incredibly long way from his pre-popstar days of posting covers on the now defunct Vine app. Now on his third studio record; Mendes’ star continues to rise, this record is...

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The noughties were a wonderful decade to grow up in, sure we had landfill indie like Pigeon Detectives – but we also had Arctic Monkeys who were the first proper rock n roll band born...

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There are so many strings to the bow of Benjamin Drew; aka Plan B, whether it be singing, acting or producing this is a man with a lot on his plate at all times. Eight...

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Speak Your Mind is the debut album from the chart-topping (and also hyphenated) singer, Anne-Marie. It follows a plethora of hits such as her collaboration with Clean Bandit, which helped propel her into the mainstream conscious....

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