Lord Huron’s Recent Album, ‘Vide Noir’

Lord Huron’s Recent Album, ‘Vide Noir’

Somewhat underappreciated, but nonetheless gloriously indie band Lord Huron attempt to inhabit a purposeful place of artistic depth. They are hidden architects of a forgotten musical age, crafting a vintage spectrum across a green-hued backdrop, sounding something slightly like psychedelic cowboys gathered around a campfire in their latest album, Vide Noir. The most recent work seems to cast a glimpse into a rockabilly fairy tale, all moving at a languishing pace, cinematic and very intentional….

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Tom Odell’s New Album, ‘Jubilee Road’

Tom Odell’s New Album, ‘Jubilee Road’

With two albums and an Ivor Novello Award under his belt, Tom Odell is back with his most raw and real album yet. But does Jubilee Road hold up to his previous works? Jubilee Road is cohesive, it’s complete, it’s focused and knows what it is. It’s polished beyond belief. Jubilee Road is inspired by Odell’s East London home, though he doesn’t reveal the true places and names, it’s easy to find yourself lost in…

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Mumford and Sons New Album, ‘Delta’

Mumford and Sons New Album, ‘Delta’

It seems like winter 2018 is the season for comeback music for the great musicians of way back, when music was about more than just booty shaking and unnecessary lyrics. We’ve heard exquisite artistry from music titans such as Little Mix and Rita Ora and now Mumford & Sons can join the list of great albums released for November/December. The british band formed back in 2007 and have grown steadily in strength. They consist of…

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Rita Rocks New Music

Rita Rocks New Music

It has been six long years but Rita Ora is finally back with some new tunes to accompany her brand new album, Phoenix. On it features already released music like ‘Let You Love Me’ to never before heard songs such as ‘Cashmere’, ‘Soul Survivor’ and ‘Falling To Pieces’ which is as stripped back as the artwork for her album. There’s a complimentary mixture of latin saxophone, piano, choir singers and head bopping beats. She’s done…

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Imagine Dragons Release New Album ‘Origins’

Imagine Dragons Release New Album ‘Origins’

These past two years countless nostalgic bands of the last decade returning into the mainstream. Arctic Monkeys have released their Mercury prize nominated 6th record, Liam Gallagher released his first solo record, and the likes of Foo Fighters, Fall Out Boy and Panic At The Disco have all topped the bill at Reading and Leeds. Whether you believe these events have been caused by a lack of current upcoming talent or simply that these artists…

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Review: New Album, ‘Simulation Theory’ By Muse

Review:  New Album, ‘Simulation Theory’ By Muse

If Prince, Queen, Radiohead, Depeche Mode and The Cure had a baby, whilst playing Ready Player One it would sound something like this. Now I have to admit, that Muse’s new album Simulation Theory doesn’t quite live up to that standing. It tries nobly to incorporate every sinew, groove, style, tricks and licks within the almighty armoury possessed by the vocals and guitar of Matthew Bellamy, Bass of Christopher Wolstenholme and drums of Dominic Howard….

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Review: Little Mix’s LM5

Review: Little Mix’s LM5

Little Mix, the most successful X Factor UK winners ever, are back with their fifth studio album, LM5, named in reference to what the fans would refer to the album before it got the title. Which ended up being the real title, it’s a bit confusing, but it’s unique, so we’ll leave it at that. Though most of their fans were probably too young to have even watched their iconic say ‘Don’t Let Go (Love)…

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Francesca Luker’s New EP, ‘Take Me Down’

Francesca Luker’s New EP, ‘Take Me Down’

For such a young artist (all of 15 years old), Francesca Luker commands a tight hold on her stunning new EP, Take Me Down, and dominates the sound she so gorgeously puts out. Comprised of three luminous tracks, there is nothing here to fault. Beginning with the beautiful song, ‘Eyes’, Luker sets the tone with languid and a lush embroidery of sounds (think Florence and The Machine or Lana Del Rey but slightly softer and…

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Album Review: ‘Yesterday Was Forever’ by Kate Nash

Album Review: ‘Yesterday Was Forever’ by Kate Nash

From finding fame with foundations to starring in Netflix’s GLOW, we take a look at Kate Nash’s latest album, Yesterday was Forever. It’s 11 years since Kate Nash hit us with indie-classic, ‘Foundations’ blunt lyrics and her effortless vocals are what set her apart from anyone else and even now, over a decade later, she still holds the same charm, if in a slightly more mature way. We have seen her storm the charts with…

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Review: Christine and the Queens ‘Chris’

Review: Christine and the Queens ‘Chris’

Christine and the Queens, the moniker of Héloïse Letissier, furthermore known as ‘Chris’ is back with her second helping of French 80’s synth pop that the UK just can’t get enough of. Letissier’s second album ‘Chris’ has dropped, boasting a massive 23 tracks if you’re going for the complete version featuring both English and French versions of tracks, although many tracks are a combination of both languages. Fans of her debut Chaleur Humaine will be used to her genre,…

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