Single Review Articles

Sorry Announce New Album With ‘Let The Lights On’

Sorry Announce New Album With ‘Let The Lights On’

Molly Gregson reviews the new track from London post-punks Sorry.
Alfie Templeman releases ‘Leaving Today’ but certainly isn’t leaving the music industry anytime soon

Alfie Templeman releases ‘Leaving Today’ but certainly isn’t leaving the music industry anytime soon

Serena Jemmett reviews the latest single from Alfie Templeman.
Harry Styles – ‘As It Was’ single review

Harry Styles – ‘As It Was’ single review

Will Waterhouse reviews and looks for clues in Harry Styles’ recent single As It Was.
The Last Man On Earth – An eerily beautiful offering from Wolf Alice

The Last Man On Earth – An eerily beautiful offering from Wolf Alice

With their new album on the way, Alannah Williams discusses Wolf Alice’s latest single, The Last Man on Earth
Anticipating Shame’s sophomore album Drunk Tank Pink

Anticipating Shame’s sophomore album Drunk Tank Pink

With Shame’s sophomore album Drunk Tank Pink due in January, Daisy Whalley explores their latest singles and what to expect from their upcoming release
A Voice To Remember: Talking with Molly Hocking

A Voice To Remember: Talking with Molly Hocking

Molly Hocking, winner of ‘The Voice’ 2019 has dazzled the music industry with a touching and reflective new single. ‘After the Night Before’ combines piano accompaniment with emotive vocals, producing a melancholy yet transcendent reflection of love’s fragility.
“Psychedelic spectacle”- A review of SHAMBOLICS’ single ‘Love Collides’

“Psychedelic spectacle”- A review of SHAMBOLICS’ single ‘Love Collides’

From convicted vocals, to optimistic lyrics and unmatched showmanship, Alan Mcgee’s dreamy Scottish four-piece are yet to disappoint – ‘Love Collides’ is the latest track to be released by SHAMBOLICS
Single Review: Frail State Of Mind by The 1975

Single Review: Frail State Of Mind by The 1975

Jemma Harris discusses the new single from Manchester’s own The 1975, a track focussed on social anxiety
Single Review: She Could Get Better by Bright Orange Spectacle

Single Review: She Could Get Better by Bright Orange Spectacle

Olivia White reviews Bright Orange Spectacle’s debut single release ‘She Could Get Better’ representing indie pop music in all its glory
Single Review: What You Haven’t Got by Heir

Single Review: What You Haven’t Got by Heir

Contributor Caolán Coleman reviews Heir’s latest 80s pop nugget ‘What You Haven’t Got’ as they continue to rise up in Leeds’ indie scene
Single Review: Patience by Tame Impala

Single Review: Patience by Tame Impala

Psychedelic Indie Gods Tame Impala have finally returned with a breezy hit single Patience but will they be here to stay?
Single Review: Loyle Carner – Loose Ends (feat. Jorja Smith)

Single Review: Loyle Carner – Loose Ends (feat. Jorja Smith)

Aaron Gerogious reviews two of the UK’s most promising stars and recognizable faces in their first collaboration, Loose Ends.
Single Review: Johnny Marr – Armatopia

Single Review: Johnny Marr – Armatopia

Johnny Marr’s new “Eco Disco 2019” track solidifies Marr’s status as a solo artist in his own right, says contributor Aiden Tinsley.

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