Album Review: Muse-Simulation Theory

Alex Ollier/ December 11, 2018

With the release of ‘Simulation Theory’, Muse brings their highly-anticipated eighth studio album. Muse was formed by Matt Bellamy, Chris Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard in 1994, in Devon. After producing a highly critically-acclaimed discography, they have managed to build themselves a continuously growing fanbase, spanning the world. Over the years they have won many awards, including two Grammy awards for

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Album Review: The 1975- A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships

Abby Clarke/ November 30, 2018

On Friday 30th November- The 1975 released their third studio album ‘A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships’. The album takes the listener on a journey of deep and powerful emotion intermixed with fun, catchy pop songs as well as demonstrating the bands musical expertise. Opening the album is self-titled “The 1975” which is a short piano piece with some highly

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Album Review: Beans on Toast- A Bird in the Hand

Cameron Chadwick/ November 12, 2018

While the classic Beans on Toast formula is alive and well on ‘A Bird in the Hand,’ indie folk stalwart Jay McAllister’s latest record is at its best when it trades his trademark political jibes for honest confessionals. A stalwart of the British indie folk scene, Jay ‘Beans on Toast’ made his name from delivering brutally direct political statements (see:

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Album Review: Black Peaks-All That Divides

Sean Hubbard/ October 3, 2018

Black Peaks’ excellent follow up to their exquisite 2016 debut ‘Statues’ had high expectations from its announcement with lead single “Can’t Sleep”, which serves as the album opener. This track demonstrates the evolution of the band’s sound and sets the tone for the rest of the record, with all their individual parts melding together as a whole led by Will

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Album Review: Brockhampton-Iridescence

Emilio Cruzalegui/ September 29, 2018

“The world’s greatest boy band” Brockhampton returned in September with their first album since signing to a major label (RCA) at the end of March this year. The young California-based hip-hop collective exploded onto the scene in 2017 with three superb albums as part of their ‘SATURATION’ trilogy and really seemed to be the next big act in hip-hop. On

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Album Review: Black Honey-Black Honey

Ben Standring/ September 21, 2018

STYLISH BRIGHTON INDIE ROCKERS BLACK HONEY TAKE CENTRE STAGE ON THEIR LONG-AWAITED DEBUT RECORD. It feels like a lifetime has flown by since Brighton indie rockers Black Honey first strode into the UK’s ever-growing new music scene in 2014. Since then, they’ve released a handful of EP’s and rose to the very top of many people’s expectations to be the

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Album Review: The Blinders- Columbia

Abby Clarke/ September 21, 2018

The Blinders are a three-piece alternative rock group originally from Doncaster but now based in Manchester who have been making a lot of noise in the up and coming music scene. Their debut album “Columbia” is out on Friday the 21st of September and incorporates an in-your-face sound similar to Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes with influences from Nick Cave

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Album Review: Miles Kane- Coup de Grace

Ben Standring/ August 23, 2018

Last Shadow Puppets member and celebrated indie rocker Miles Kane steps out of the shadows on assured third album. There are some artists who are able to live a relatively peaceful and mundane lifestyle, opting to produce and release new material at a pace of their own choosing. Then there’s Miles Kane, the enigmatic and ever excitable troubadour, who first

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Low In High School – Morrissey’s as Controversial as ever…

Sadie Agg/ November 17, 2017

After much anticipation, Steven Patrick MORRISSEY brings us his first album in 3 years; along with a list of UK tour dates much to our surprise (the 58-year old previously said that his last UK tour may be his final one). After hearing Morrissey’s first single, ‘Spent the Day In Bed’, the direction the album would take was unclear, though

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Alex Reviews Milburn’s ‘Time’

Alex Marriott-Mills/ October 23, 2017

A full 10 years after their second album release and Indie rock group Milburn are back with their third album, ‘Time’. After their second album failed to live up to the billing of their first, as so often is the case with indie albums, ‘Time’ represents an opportunity for the band to make a comeback and show how far their

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