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Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow has ‘done a Beyonce’ and surprise released his fourth studio album True Care merely a week in advance. This record sees McMorrow stay true to his soft roots, and maturing into a wise...

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The early 2000s was a golden age for alternative dance music, but where plenty have fallen by the wayside and become nothing more than #indieamnesty anecdotes, !!! – pronounced Chk Chk Chk, are still about,...

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Following on from a tough few years after the sad passing of their drummer Jon Brookes, The Charlatans have been toiling away doing admirable charity work as well as studio time. Their 13th studio album...

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Having publicly denounced the more controversial phase of her career, Miley Cyrus is putting her money where her mouth is on latest single Malibu. Sadly, it’s not a cover of the much-loved Hole classic. For those...

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Album Review: Erasure – World Be Gone

June 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

2017 marks the 17th album release from 80s electro pioneers, Erasure. World Be Gone sees duo Andy Bell and Vince Clarke silence those who question their relevance some thirty years on from their debut.  The rhythmic thumping...

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Album Review: LP – Lost On You

May 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

LP aka Laura Pergolizzi can normally be found toiling away behind the scenes writing songs for the likes of Cher and Rihanna, but now on her fourth studio album; LP is ready to take more...

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Album Review: Paramore – After Laughter

May 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s probably scientifically impossible not to be a fan of Paramore. Their carefree approach to life has always provided solace for those unsure of themselves. On their fifth record; After Laughter, the band have embraced their unashamed...

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Fourteen albums in to her long and illustrious career, Diana Krall is showing no signs of stopping. With a US tour pencilled in already, Turn Up The Quiet indicates that Diana’s smooth voice remains very...

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Hurts latest single Beautiful Ones, is a celebration of individuality that has all the potential to become a self-love classic. Complete with a video that challenges stereotypical gender expression, Theo Hutchcraft and Adam Anderson manage...

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Leicester legends Kasabian are heading in a different direction on their sixth album. Having burst onto the UK rock scene with their self-titled debut back in 2004, the band have gone on to become one...

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There are few musicians that can hold their own in comparison to greats such as Tom Waits or Johnny Cash, but on his; staggering, TWENTY THIRD album, John Mellencamp is cementing himself as a legend....

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No Vacancy is the latest track to emerge from the One Republic camp. The Colorado-based band are set to return from a short hiatus, during which frontman Ryan Tedder has been writing chart smashes for other huge artists. The...

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Album Review: Foster The People – III

May 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

All the other kids with the pumped up kicks haven’t grown up to be quite as edgy as Foster The People are on III, an entree for the group’s upcoming third record. Three years since we...

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