Tom Routledge looks at the changing expectations of queer anthems.
Ariane Joudrey reviews Shawn Mendes’ latest single.
Tom Routledge reviews Carly Rae Jepsen’s follow-up to cult classic Emotion.
Ally Morley reviews BTS’ first number one album.
Online Music Editor Stephen Ong reviews Vampire Weekend’s comeback album.
Billie Eilish takes the all-too familiar role of the misunderstood teen to a whole new level. The whole new level of finally addressing that going through teen-hood is downright confusing. Yet Eilish faces a lot of criticism for this. For wanting to stand out and be seen, for singing about darker themes and for well…trying […]
Whoever is familiar with the music of Marina Diamandis will probably know by now that she is incredibly good at reinventing herself through her music. The half Welsh, half Greek artist has been exploring very different concepts ever since she put out her first record; we’re used to a new “era”, to a drastic change […]
Two years after the release of her hit album Reputation, which shocked the world with her dramatic snake motif after the suspenseful anticipation, Taylor Swift is back again and entering a new era. Her brand-new song ‘ME!’, featuring Panic! At the Disco’s Brendan Urie, is about “embracing your individuality and owning it”. The ingenious lyrics […]
Billie Eilish creates a subtle sonic nightmare with her wildly successful freshman release. You’ll see her in her crown. Unless you’ve been living under a Dwayne Johnson for the last few months, you’ll have heard of Billie. She’s the oversized streetwear-wearing edgy, detached, apathetic, yet, somehow charming 17-year old singer. She’s blown up thanks to […]
In anticipation of their upcoming album Father of the Bride, Vampire Weekend played ‘Three Little London Shows’, and my friend and I were two of 800 lucky people who waited in London’s Islington Assembly Hall to see one of indie music’s most influential bands. Glorified rehearsals they may have been, but they gave the opportunity […]