Review: The Wombats Latest Single ‘Oceans’

Review: The Wombats Latest Single ‘Oceans’

The Wombats are back with the Extended Version of their fantastic fourth album Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life. Following on from the previously released ‘Bee-Sting’ the lads have dropped the nostalgia infused, 80’s inspired track ‘Oceans’ From the get go, the glossy synth is incredibly reminiscent of Bowie, namely ‘Let’s Dance’, the overuse of synths works really well, the disparity between intense vocals and instrumentals to relaxed synth beats sorta relates to the ebbs…

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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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The Prodigy unveil new single ‘Light up’

The Prodigy unveil new single ‘Light up’

Nearly 30 years in and The Prodigy are one of the biggest groups to come out of the UK. Now they are back with the blistering track “Light Up The Sky’. The second single, from the upcoming album ‘No Tourists’ (due November 2nd). It follows on the heels of the first single ‘Need Some1’, released in July. As a band that have never been afraid to evolve, it’s a nice surprise that they have dug…

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Enter Shikari release documentary video ‘Content 2.0’

Enter Shikari release documentary video ‘Content 2.0’

British alternative rock band Enter Shikari announced the release of a documentary video – the strategically named ‘Content 2.0’ – which is focused around the creation of the bands latest album, ‘The Spark’. The documentary clip coincides with the upcoming release of the bands limited edition hardback book which encapsulates the lyrics, essays and journey of the bands back catalogue from across the years including the creation of their very first few singles. Both the…

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Rapper Kanye West changes name to Ye

Rapper Kanye West changes name to Ye

Announcing the change on Twitter on Saturday, he wrote: “The being formally [sic] known as Kanye West. I am YE.” West, 41, has been nicknamed Ye for some time and used the moniker as the title for his eighth album, which was released in June. The change came ahead of his appearance on Saturday Night Live, where he was expected to launch his new album Yandhi. He replaced singer Ariana Grande on the show who…

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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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Lily Allen speaks about the state of music and politics at The Mercury Prize ceremony

Lily Allen speaks about the state of music and politics at The Mercury Prize ceremony

Lily Allen is not only known for her musical talent but also for her outspoken mind (whether people prefer to hear her opinion or not). At this years’ mercury awards, she rather changed everyone’s expectations on her rather outgoing self and instead broke down in tears after losing out the Wolf Alice for the Best Album award. She later wrote on twitter to her fans claiming she was “robbed” of the award. “Someone call 999,”…

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Mumford & Sons Release New Single and Announce Upcoming Fourth Album

Mumford & Sons Release New Single and Announce Upcoming Fourth Album

    Mumford & Sons have announced there’s new material heading our way November 16. Album number 4 from the folk-rock quartet will be titled Delta and we’ve already had the pleasure of listening to their latest single Guiding Light, taken from the upcoming album in question. Written in a converted church (Church Studios) and produced by legendary Paul Epworth (Adele, Coldplay, Rihanna) Delta is set to be Mumford & Sons most definitive album yet….

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The Kooks make their return with new album ‘Let Go Sunshine’

The Kooks make their return with new album ‘Let Go Sunshine’

Heavily criticised by the press but a winner with their fans British Indie-rock band, The Kooks, returned this Friday with the release of their fourth album ‘Let Go Sunshine’. The four-piece band from Brighton brought back the Brit-Pop dream with guitar-driven pop singalongs after a four-year break since their last album, ‘Listen’. The Kooks came to the music scene back in 2006 alongside other British guitar band favourites, Arctic Monkeys. Their debut album ‘Inside Out…

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Eminem returns with surprise album ‘Kamikaze’

Eminem returns with surprise album ‘Kamikaze’

Guess who’s back? Back again? Shady’s back, tell a friend…I won’t continue the song but there is something about Eminem’s music that has personally kept me a fan for years. The love for his music grew on me since I was 14 and I have been listening ever since. I even have his autobiography that I managed to read in a day. It’s very obvious to fans such as myself that Eminem has not always…

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