Easy Life: the band formed in a pub that captures a 2020 aura Holly Lamb discusses and appreciates the interesting and alternative sound of band Easy Life. Easy Life’s chaotic, slighty confused, and hazy music can be heard from the headphones of teenagers across the UK. The lively blend of jazz, funk and elements of […]
Rupert Morgans-Wicks reviews Miles Davis’ lost, posthumous album following its release
Online Editor Ellie Cook reviews No Hot Ashes live at The Louisiana
Agnes Chapman-Wills looks at Marvin Gaye’s ‘lost album’.
A true return to form for Breezy Lovejoy Anderson .Paak and his boys. ‘Yes LAWD!’. I have been a die-hard Paak fanboy since Malibu and was enamoured with the electric chemistry between Paak and The Free Nationals, the gospel influences, the bells and chimes, the syrupy basslines and Anderson’s untouchable talent. I went into Oxnard with high […]
There’s something so captivating in David Byrne’s anxieties. You can find it in much of the former Talking Heads frontman’s work, teetering on the edge of shrieking paranoia. And so it goes for his latest album, American Utopia. His first individually-attributed title since 2004’s Grown Backwards, it’s almost reassuring to know that the fear of […]
With his time in Exeter drawing to a close, Tom Reed reviews the English Disco Lovers’ second night at Exeter’s Cavern. As the year draws to an end and we enter the last couple of weeks at University before everyone packs their bags and head home for summer, the amount of clubbing events seems to kick […]