Alex Wingrave reviews Jonas Brothers’ latest 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 […]
Ahead of touring their new album Night People, Chris Miller, guitarist of You Me At Six talks to Exepose Music’s Alex Wingrave about Sabbath and Zepplin influences, recording, touring, and general band-stuff. Congratulations on the success of Night People – it is a darker tone, so what inspired you writing the record? In the time […]
“Oh my god I love this song, I used to listen to this in middle school!” Declared culture commander Taylor Swift in her latest Apple Music advert as she jammed to Jimmy Eat World’s 2001 (and endless Guitar Heroes) hit, ‘The Middle’. Does their latest album contain classics on this level, or is it another […]
O ver the last 9 years Twin Atlantic have slowly been climbing the rock ladder. Their most recent record, 2014’s Great Divide, was their most successful yet, much of which was due to hit singles ‘Brothers and Sisters’ and ‘Heart and Soul’, the latter of which reached number 17 in the UK chart. So where do […]
Lawson are currently with Robbie Williams on stage in Melbourne, singing a Take That classic. Shortly, they’re performing in their own November tour, recently having released a new EP track and having a new album in the works for next year. It’s undeniably safe to say it’s a good time to be a Lawson fan. The […]