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Album Review: PVRIS – All We Know Of Heaven, All We...

The incredibly wordy title of PVRIS’ sophomore record is lifted directly from Emily Dickinson’s poem ‘Parting’, which deals with the pain and difficulty of...

Album Review: Mura Masa – ‘Mura Masa’

The buzz surrounding electro-pop producer Mura Masa, 21 year-old Guernsey-born Alex Crossan, has been intensifying for years now. From instrumental ‘Lotus Eater’ being picked...

Album Review: Papa Roach – Crooked Teeth

Most of us will remember Papa Roach from their early 2000s rap rock hits like ‘Last Resort’ and ‘Scars’, soundtracking many angsty teenage years....

Comeback Kids? (Review: Kasabian, For Crying Out Loud)

For some time now, Kasabian have managed to juggle a repertoire of multiple highly recognisable, high energy tracks with a kind of eerie forgettableness;...

Album Review: Kendrick Lamar – DAMN.

Socially conscious and lyrically dexterous, Kendrick Lamar’s discography is the antithesis of the vacuous stereotype that surrounds contemporary hip-hop. The atmospheric, autobiographic Good Kid, M.A.A.D City...

Album Review: The Big Moon – Love in the 4th Dimension

Everyone had that phase in their teenage years where they decided they were cool, moody and wanted to be Avril Lavigne or Green Day...

Album Review: Drake – More Life

Categorising More Life as a ‘playlist’ is an interesting yet calculated move from Drake. It displays a sense of awareness that this material is not worthy of...

Album Review: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – Flying Microtonal...

The first of King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard’s alleged 5 album releases coming this year kicks the newest set of material, since last year’s fantastic and...

Grandaddy – Last Place Album Review

There are not too many things surviving from my teenage years which I can look back on and not wince in some degree of...

Album Review: Banks – The Altar

I first fell in love with singer-songwriter Banks (Jillian Banks) when I heard her song ‘Warm Water’ whilst scrolling through Tumblr.  Since then I...