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Album Review: Of Mice and Men – Defy

It's been an interesting year or so for the Southern California metal quartet Of Mice and Men. After founding member and lead vocalist Austin Carlisle...

Album Review: Eminem – Revival

I have problems with Eminem. I’m disappointed by many of his releases since 2004, by the way he has often misdirected so much of...
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Exeposé Music’s Best Albums of 2017: #20-11

20. Marika Hackman       I'm Not Your Man Bold, sharp, and cuttingly honest, second album I'm Not Your Man sees Hackman move away from the outwardly...
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Exeposé Music’s Best Albums of 2017: #40-31

40. Migos Culture Migos swaggered into 2017, riding high on the success of scorching, club banger “Bad and Boujee” branded “the best song ever” by Donald Glover....

Album Review: U2 – Songs of Experience

U2, whilst still huge on the live stage as evidenced by this year’s Joshua Tree 30th anniversary tour, have become something of a polarising...

Call It What You Want: Taylor Swift’s ‘reputation’

My reputation has never been worse for being a Taylor Swift fan than in the last few months. I have been repeatedly interrogated about the...

Album Review: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Who Built the...

As arguably Britain’s most prolific and widely respected indie songwriters, you could forgive Noel Gallagher for returning to a winning Oasis formula of mighty...

Album Review: Morrissey – Low In High School

Morrissey is back and is as anti-establishment as ever with his latest controversial release Low in High School. Everyone’s favourite miserable Mancunian returns complaining...

Album Review: Tegan and Sara – The Con X

The Con, Canadian duo Tegan and Sara’s fifth studio album, is an album I grew up with; as a 9-year-old, it opened me up...

Album Review: Sam Smith – The Thrill Of It All

Four Grammys, three years and two BRIT awards after his debut, In the Lonely Hour, Sam Smith has triumphantly returned with his highly anticipated...