Following a masterpiece isn’t easy. Lana Del Rey’s 2019 album Norman Fucking Rockwell was one of the most universally acclaimed albums of that year, if not the entire decade, and certainly the most acclaimed of the artist’s career. When it was announced that her next album, also produced by Jack Antonoff, would be released the […]
Lana Williams delves into Phoebe Green’s latest creative venture
Writer Alannah Williams covers her thought on the latest offering from Nashville rockers, Kings of Leon
The Finnish band famous for their YouTube cover of AC/DC’s Thunderstruck, which received over 200 million views, are back in the lime light.
Alan Thomas discusses the highs and lows of Gorillaz’ latest album Song Machine, Season One: Strange Timez
Contributor Lucas Rohan discusses the standouts and misses of Headie One’s latest album EDNA, its energy, lyricism and commercial potential
Sam Dynes reviews the newest album from experimental iconoclast Yves Tumor, an album mixing funk, soul, R&B and noise together with expert precision
Will Stonier reviews the disappointing new album from King Krule
Music writer, Alex Ferguson reviews the new offering from pop singer Grimes on her new album Miss Anthropocene
Black Honey inspire female independence through dizzying guitar solos and hedonistic lyrics in new album ‘Written and Directed’. Covered by contributor Alannah Williams.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Lady Gaga’s dramatic but personal dance album, Chromatica
Malik’s third studio album claims that ‘Nobody Is Listening’ but we’re here to prove him wrong
The debut album of Manchester-based composer and musician loz feels fresh and sounds impeccable, cementing his status as an artist to watch out for in the future. With Simple Tenderness revolves around optimistic piano melodies, thought-provoking vocals and mesmerising synth riffs. They blend effortlessly together throughout this thirteen-track soundscape to evoke a feeling of gentle […]
James McVey talks Cherry Blossom (the Vamps’ 5th studio album), and the importance of art especially in current times. Contibutor Joey Soko covers all things Vamps, lockdown and the new album
New Deputy Music Editor, Reece Ritchie, reviews Declan Mckenna’s delayed album Zeros, giving his opinions on its successes, failures and influences
Not an album to miss, especially during- and post-lockdown