Records of the Month: October 2017

October was a great month for new music. With debut records from Liam Gallagher and Niall Horan and follow-ups from the likes of Wolf Alice, we look back on this month with our favourite five records of the month. Liam Gallagher – As You Were The name on everyone’s lips in the music world: Liam […]

The Hoosiers @ The Waterfront Studio, Norwich

A sprinkling of nostalgia filled The Waterfront Studio on Tuesday night (10th October) when The Hoosiers played to a sell-out crowd. Their 10th-anniversary tour to celebrate their debut record The Trick To Life kicked off with a bang as the band thrashed their way through the epic Worried About Ray and even better Worst Case […]

Liam Gallagher: As You Were review

Liam Gallagher, the Mancunian cockwomble who everyone either loves or loathes, has finally released his much-anticipated debut record As You Were. As You Were is a brilliant album. Gallagher has roped in some of the biggest songwriting talents from around the globe, notably Greg Kurstein (writer for Adele and Katy Perry), to make sure his comeback […]

Homegrown Festival Showcase @ The Hunter Club

An outstanding night of live music at The Hunter Club proved that East Anglia has some of the most diverse and extraordinary talents in the UK music scene. The night, hosted by Barrow’s Homegrown Festival, kicked off with Cambridgeshire’s own Tom Lumley. The singer, along with his very own backing band, proved to be the […]

Macklemore: GEMINI review

Seattle rapper Macklemore’s latest solo record is decent enough, however, it really lacks the cutting edge found in his previous work. His first solo record since 2005’s The Language of My World and his first since his ‘amicable split’ with long-time producer and good friend Ryan Lewis is patchy but has a good handful of decent […]

The Killers: Wonderful Wonderful review

Wonderful Wonderful, the latest addition to The Killers discography, is in the same vein as their last record rather than their first two. It’s safe to say that The Killers haven’t released an overwhelmingly good record since 2006’s Sam’s Town. Their latest record Wonderful Wonderful is a very patchy release though it does have a few highlights. […]

Hyundai Mercury Prize – The Preview

Tonight, the best of the UK music industry celebrates a great year of music at the Eventim Apollo in London, culminating in the presentation of one of the most prestigious awards in British music: the Hyundai Mercury Prize. The shortlist, made up of 12 records, is always very diverse and unpredictable, and this year is […]