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There isn’t much that K Michelle hasn’t done in this life; television, film and music are all strings to her diverse skill set. The latter being her main focus once more on fourth album KIMBERLY: The People...

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2017 sees metal mastheads Five Finger Death Punch celebrating a Decade of Destruction – and what better way to mark such a momentous occasion than with a greatest hits album? Comprised mostly from their biggest hits such...

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As the lights dim inside Shepherd’s Bush Empire, the palpable energy is felt even at the very back of the quaint room. Californian trio LANY take to the stage in a flurry of adoration from...

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With the temperatures plummeting close to freezing, crowds outside Brixton’s O2 Academy are only more eager to get into last night’s show from Mancunian lads; Hurts. Hot off the hells of their latest album; Desire, Theo and...

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There’s a reason why The Rolling Stones continue to be cited as one of the most influential bands in history, this December sees the release of On Air (Deluxe); a record made up of BBC recordings from...

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The build up to tonight’s show feels like a long time coming. LP is four albums in, but tonight feels like a celebration of their achievement as an artist. A visibly queer musician, LP provides...

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Country music royalty Faith Hill and Tim McGraw have been married for the last 21 years, preferring to keep their respective music careers separate from one another. But 2017 sees this still loved-up couple release their...

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Even if people don’t really know The Killers, they are definitely still a fan of The Killers. The Las Vegas natives this week returned to the capital for one last victory lap with most recent...

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2017 has been quite the year for Marika Hackman, the release of album I’m Not Your Man has seen her tour the world and achieve a coveted place at the top table of British music at present....

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A great sense of pride and joy is found when you watch a band go from performing in gloomy basements on their first tour, to this week headlining a sold-out night at Alexandra Palace. Wolf...

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Swedish tour de force Tove Lo’s third album BLUE LIPS has finally landed on planet earth. Within Tove’s signature branch of female empowerment, there are bangers aplenty that highlight an artist committed to seeing her vision through...

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Album Review: Paloma Faith – The Architect

November 22, 2017 | 0 Comments

Paloma Faith’s return to the spotlight has been quiet, far less vocal than her previous exploits. The Architect is the fourth record from the quirky Londoner, a grandiose exploration of multiple political landscapes. The album opens with...

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Album Review: Taylor Swift – Reputation

November 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

The end of 2017 is nigh, but in a year crammed full of high octane releases you would be a fool for thinking Ms Swift would let herself be left out. Reputation is the one time country...

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