Tilly Attrill reviews Rina Sawayama’s debut album.
Everyone had that phase in their teenage years where they decided they were cool, moody and wanted to be Avril Lavigne or Green Day with the black eyeliner and heavy fringes. Although The Big Moon aren’t perhaps quite heavy fringe people (as that definitely is not ‘cool’ anymore), they are undoubtedly one of those bands […]
Wow, this album was long. Long to the point of being difficult, long to the point of having its saggy middle blur into one vast half-trap, half-R&B, oh-yeah-it’s-also-grime mess, God, Gang Signs and Prayer feels as long as this sentence. And yet it only runs fifty-eight minutes. Don’t get me wrong, this review’s not a hatchet […]
The five males who came together in London in 2011 have burst on to the scene with their debut album; Eliza and the Bear. Making up the band are friendly chaps James Kellegher on lead vocals and guitar, Callie Noakes on vocals and guitar, Martin Dukelow on guitar, Chris Brand on bass, and Paul Kevin […]