Harry Craig reviews George Ezra’s newly released album, Gold Rush Kid.
Album Review: George Ezra – Staying at Tamara’s
In 2014 many were bowled over by George Ezra’s single “Budapest”, with his deep powerful vocals and upbeat tempo, it became a summer anthem. The album which followed was also a massive success reaching number one in the UK and boasting other popular tracks such as “Blame it on Me” and “Cassy O”. Ezra’s album […]
How often should an artist release a record? In the streaming era especially, this is up for debate. If we look back at some older artists, especially in the 1960s, bands would release multiple records a year; in the early days of the Beatles’ careers, they released two albums a year from 1963-1965, without a […]
Festival Review: Isle of Wight 2017
Friday The weather report for the Isle of Wight had told us to panic buy Wellington boots, and we envisaged to wear them for the entire duration of the festival. The outlook predicted 3 days of nothing but rain macs, soggy chips, and a leaking tent. Miraculously, we boarded a ferry in Southampton after […]
Isle of Wight Festival Preview: Setting the Scene for 2017
Visiting the Isle of Wight is almost like a step back in time. A sleepy island of vast, jaw-dropping beaches, country lanes posing as main roads, and the nostalgic smell of antiquity (or is that rotting seaweed?), it’s a funny little place that has the power to whisk you away from the hum-drum metropolises of […]