Online editor Megan Frost reviews Two Door Cinema Club’s latest album
Online editor Stephen Ong reviews HAIM’s debut single for their upcoming album
Emily Pirie reviews one of the many Two Door Cinema Club singles that arrived in anticipation of their latest album.
Online Music Editor Stephen Ong reviews 18 hours of Radiohead demos.
Alex Wingrave reviews Jonas Brothers’ latest album.
Online Music Editor Stephen Ong reviews Better Oblivion Community Centre’s live show.
The first song of The National’s next album I Am Easy to Find, released on 17th May, has just been released; we are all already filled with excitement in anticipation of the other fifteen tracks to come. The opening song to the album ‘You Had Your Soul with You’ erupts with a digitally manipulated guitar […]
Cage The Elephant have evolved immensely across their discography, retaining a hint of blues throughout their forays into punk, garage rock, and noise rock. Social Cues marks the longest wait between albums yet (not counting the acoustic Unpeeled), coming after the setback that was their last album; the band had found an identifiable sound on […]
“It’s all about the feelings you get” James Morrison muses around the halfway mark of our interview. “It’s about how a song can make you feel, it almost doesn’t matter what you’re saying as long as it’s making people feel something”. He takes a moment to pause as he considers his next words. He states, […]
Entertain You, Bronze Radio Returns’ sixth album, is an exhilarating and euphoric blend of fresh genres. Reminiscing upon The Buggles’ 1980 hit ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’, lamenting television usurping radio, Bronze Radio Return is a resurrection of the same nostalgia of the “radio star”; a “star”, indeed, within the Entertain You album cover bearing […]