Archie Lockyer reviews Gorillaz’ latest project.
Single Review: Gorillaz – Momentary Bliss
Will Thornton reviews Gorillaz’s latest single
Exeposé Music’s Best Albums of 2017: #50-41
50. Sam Smith The Thrill of It All Sam Smith’s The Thrill Of It All is a powerful demonstration of emotion. His second album, the 14 tracks also work as a semi-successful exploration of mode; the artist’s intention to explore range and style is apparent, but the ecclectic mix of sounds does somewhat detract from […]
Album Review: Superfood – Bambino
Among the sparkling catalogue of Dirty Hit Records’ artists such as Wolf Alice, The 1975 and Benjamin Francis Leftwich is Superfood, or rather the stage name of Dom Ganderton and Ryan Malcolm, Birmingham’s latest creators of colourful, energetic indie rhythms, set to release upcoming LP Bambino in the coming week. Recorded over the last few […]
Album Review: Gorillaz – Humanz.
Gorillaz are back, and though their Plastic Beach may be behind them, they’re still making waves. Virtual waves, that is – it’s been almost twenty years since the animated feet of Gorillaz first stepped on the music scene, and the brainchild of Damon Albarn and artist Jamie Hewlett shows no signs of fatigue. That said, […]
Album Review: Little Dragon – Season High
Little Dragon – hailing from Gothenburg, Sweden – are certainly a well-established name. Now on their fifth studio album, and featuring collaborations with the likes of Gorillaz and Flume in their back-catalogue, Dragon have been quietly working near the top of their game for some time now. Given their impressive resumé, and the fact that […]