Weezer, The Black Album – Review

Weezer, The Black Album – Review

Weezer have always been a band with a penchant for irony. ‘Buddy Holly’s’ opening left-hook of “What’s with these homies dissing my girl?” on their 1994 self-titled debut certainly showed self-confidence. Coming from arch-nerd Rivers Cuomo, it showed self-awareness and a boundless capacity for a wink and nod at their own expense. So it’s sad that fans hoping for a return to form from their latest self-titled effort, especially after the ray of hope that…

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Avril Lavigne – ‘Head Above Water’ Misses The Mark

Avril Lavigne – ‘Head Above Water’ Misses The Mark

It’s hard to expect much from an Avril Lavigne album these days. The world now remembers her for the ‘Hello Kitty’ controversy. This combined with the lackluster music she released in 2013 defined her more than  the pop royalty she rightfully is. But now after a 6 year break, a divorce with Chad Kroeger and a long battle with lyme disease, Avril is back. And she means business with her rawest and most honest album…

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Masked Intruder Are Back With New Song ‘Please Come Back To Me’

Masked Intruder Are Back With New Song ‘Please Come Back To Me’

The Wisconsin based punk rock band Masked Intruder have returned with their latest single ‘Please Come Back To Me’.   Masked Intruder ‘Please Come Back To Me’ Video With an infectious groove running through the song along with catchy chorus’s, the single subsequently comes across as more polished than previous tracks . The single is on the bands album ‘III‘. This is due for a March 1st release on Pure Noise Records. Furthermore, the band in this…

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Lana Del Rey ‘I Wish I Were Dead’

Lana Del Rey ‘I Wish I Were Dead’

Del Rey Announces New Track from fifth album She hasn’t stopped at ‘Venice B*tch’ and ‘Mariners Apartment Complex’. Lana Del Rey will be releasing another new song from her upcoming fifth studio album Norman F*cking Rockwell this Wednesday. This track follows the sultry tale of the infamous ‘I wish I were dead’ interview and the 10 minute wild ride of ‘Venice B*tch’. The title alone sounds like a song from The 1975 or Fall Out…

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21 Savage Releases New Album

21 Savage Releases New Album

I Am > I Was is the latest release from rapper and producer, 21 Savage. The album consists of 15 tracks and features the likes of Post Malone, Offset and Childish Gambino. It comes one year after his debut album ‘Issa Album’ and was due to be released on December 7 but fans were left waiting and a tweet was published saying “Dam I forgot to drop my album my bad y’all.” The opening track…

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Travis At The Cambridge Corn Exchange

Travis At The Cambridge Corn Exchange

Quietly dominant, in so far as their enduring legacy, and actually maintaining a quite cult-hero status as a stand-out band, the members of Travis are currently on tour celebrating their album, ‘The Man Who’.  The sophomore album was originally released in 1999, and ultimately led to the band growing into what they are today. During the set at The Cambridge Corn Exchange last night, Frontman Fran Healy took his time between songs to give plenty of…

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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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Migos’ Offset Confirms Debut Album Release Date

Migos’ Offset Confirms Debut Album Release Date

With the Migos’ being one of the biggest bands in hip hop and possibly the world, the culture has been eagerly awaiting the solo projects from each band member. First out the gate was Quavo with his album Quavo Huncho, released in October. It was then followed up by the release of Takeoff’s (short) LP The Last Rocket in November. Now Offset has confirmed his solo album will drop December 14, on his 27th birthday….

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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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