Issy Murray gives a comprehensive run down of Manchester’s greats and their music.
Lost in the music: My Chemical Romance – Fake Your Death
Lost in the music: My Chemical Romance – Fake Your Death Print Music Editor Bridie Adams discusses her favourite ‘lost’ track by emo band My Chemical Romance. With Oasis’ demo ‘Don’t Stop…’ having been released years after its creation, now seems as good a time as any to celebrate our favourite unreleased tracks. For me, My Chemical Romance’s ‘Fake Your Death’ […]
Album Review: Louis Tomlinson – Walls
Online editor Stephen Ong reviews Louis Tomlinson’s debut album
Music is magical, but what about the album artwork?
Sometimes an album cover can be its defining feature, especially if the music delivers on a grand scale. The artwork can be what makes an album truly epic and instantly recognisable. Many of the best selling and most acclaimed albums can be easily defined by their artwork, whether it is just a portrait or picture […]
Album Review: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – Who Built the Moon?
As arguably Britain’s most prolific and widely respected indie songwriters, you could forgive Noel Gallagher for returning to a winning Oasis formula of mighty power ballads and thick nineties electric guitar. Swarmed by recent controversy of the seemingly never ending spat between him and sibling Liam, as well as increasing public calls for a reunion, […]
Album Review: Liam Gallagher – As You Were
Love him or hate him, no-one can deny Liam Gallagher’s huge impact on British music as the bombastic and controversial frontman of Oasis, one of the most successful bands in recent history. ‘I’m Outta Time’, one of the few songs written by Liam, on their final album Dig Out Your Soul, is one of my favourite […]
“Great to look at, great to drive and it’ll fucking spin out of control every now and again”. These are the carefully chosen words of Liam Gallagher as he compares the turbulent history of Oasis to a Ferrari in typically comedic style for the band’s new film Supersonic. Behind the camera was a team that […]
Britpop via Australia: An Interview with DMA’s
Hype can kill a band, particularly after releasing a successful single or two. There are those who use it to thrive, just take someone like Arctic Monkeys, who back in 2005 rode a wave of online exposure, ultimately landing them with the fastest-selling debut album of all time in Britain. However, there are dozens that […]