The Magic Gang: The Magic Gang review

It’s been a long time coming, for sure. Having released a plethora of really really strong EP’s, The Magic Gang have finally got around to releasing a full-length album which a lot of people (like myself) have been waiting a LONG time for. I saw The Magic Gang early last year, supporting Circa Waves, and […]

Young Fathers: Cocoa Sugar review

Eagerly anticipated: the words on everyone’s lips when Young Fathers announced their third full-length record Cocoa Sugar, and it’s lived up to its expectations wholeheartedly. On the face of it, the Edinburgh trio have not only kept to their wicked ways of experimental hip-hop but have made Cocoa Sugar more accessible to new listeners, whereas their debut DEAD is […]

Don Broco: Technology review

Over the last two weeks, it feels we’ve had ourselves two highly anticipated releases by two huge up and coming British rock bands. The first came just over one week ago in the form of Marmozets’ Knowing What You Know Now and the second came a week later in the form of Don Broco’s Technology. Technology […]

Justin Timberlake: Man of the Woods review

The long-awaited comeback record from US superstar Justin Timberlake is an interesting and bold move. Since releasing The 20/20 Experience records in 2013, JT has been on a musical hiatus, dabbling in the world of film and television with various cameos and leading roles. But his musical comeback has been a long time coming, and this record […]

Marmozets: Knowing What You Know Now review

So it may only be January, but we’re already getting what looks to be arguably one of the most important rock records of the year coming in the form of Marmozets’ Knowing What You Know Now. The album sees them follow up their hugely successful 2014 debut The Weird and Wonderful; an album that saw […]

Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds – Who Built The Moon? review

The second release from a Gallagher this year sees Noel take a more experimental turn than his brother Liam with his third record Who Built The Moon? Hyped up to be a “bold experiment” by various media outlets, Noel has taken his solo music down a more psychedelic route, akin to other musical heavyweights like Paul […]

Morrissey: Low In High School review

One of the most iconic voices in British music is back, Morrissey’s eleventh studio record is a patchy one at best. Very disappointing to say the least. Having listened to his comeback single Spent The Day In Bed, I was somewhat intrigued by this record due to the track’s electro-staccato instrumentals and gentle-as-ever vocals. However, the […]

Sam Smith: The Thrill Of It All review

An outpouring of emotion is the best way to describe Sam Smith’s second record The Thrill Of It All. Having been away from the limelight for the past couple of years, Smith unexpectedly dropped the lead single from the new record a few months ago. Too Good At Goodbyes is a gospel-led track which resonates Smith’s trembling falsettos […]

Jessie Ware: Glasshouse review

There’s no doubt that Jessie Ware is one of the best female soloists in the UK at the moment, and you can really tell this on Glasshouse. One small criticism I have the record is that it would be great if Ware stepped out of her comfort zone more often and produced something different to the […]

Beck: Colors review

Colors, the latest project from singer-songwriter Beck, is arguably one of his best records to date. Beck is arguably one of the most brightest talents in music and his latest release Colors has been hotly-anticipated after the universal success of his last record, the Grammy-winning Morning Phase. The multi-talented soloist loves to mix up his musical style and genres, […]