Stephen Ong writes a review of Taylor Swift’s latest album folklore.
Swim Against the Tide: An Interview with The Japanese House
Among the collection of highly anticipated albums to be released this spring includes the debut record from The Japanese House, the solo project of London-based Amber Bain. The dream-pop and electronica signature of The Japanese House is one of the blossoming sounds on dynamic indie label Dirty Hit Records, and Bain took some time to […]
Album Review: DJ Koze – Knock Knock
In a recent feature for Resident Advisor, DJ Koze laments the fact that so often “the mood of house music is really limited”, and his second full-length release, Knock Knock, is an electronic album which refuses to settle in one mood or sound, even within the confines of a single track. Knock Knock is an […]
Music and mental health: to hurt and heal
Is there a link between music and mental health? From the recent tragedy of Amy Winehouse to the more historical struggle of Beethoven, we repeatedly hear of the battles that musicians face with problems such as anxiety and depression. These problems are often due to the high intensity lifestyle of touring and fame, but is […]