Lord Huron, ‘Vide Noir’ – Album Review

Lord Huron, ‘Vide Noir’ – Album Review

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, ‘Jubilee Road’ – Album Review

Tom Odell, ‘Jubilee Road’ – Album Review

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, ‘Delta’ – Album Review

Mumford and Sons, ‘Delta’ – Album Review

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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