Tags : 1989

Taylor Swift: Discography Ranked

Taylor Swift graced the lockdowns of the tumultuous 2020 with two surprise albums in folklore and evermore. Both are worthy of being crowned the greatest release of her nine-album, fifteen-year-long career.  After the fall-out from Swift’s acrimonious departure from Big Machine Records and the subsequent sale of her masters, Swift has stated she will re-record […]Read More

Taylor Swift’s New Album Is A Love Letter To Herself

New album Lover sees Taylor Swift shake off the bitterness of 2017’s reputation with album opener ‘I Forgot That You Existed’ proclaiming indifference to the public feuding between her and Kanye West: “It isn’t love, it isn’t hate it’s just indifference”.  Yet the fact that the next track ‘Cruel Summer’ shares a name with a […]Read More

Album Review: Maudlin Days // Ocean Carolina

New York based band Ocean Carolina have released their sophomore album Maudlin Days. A heart-felt, deep-cutting 12 tracks of percussive Americana. At the centre of the band’s creativity is Michael Simone, a former EDM producer who decided to enter a more authentic genre of music. It’s a transition that would normally raise a few eyebrows. […]Read More

Live Review: Taylor Swift // Manchester Arena, 24.06.15

After a surprisingly slow, acoustic, almost background music-like set from her support act Vance Joy, Taylor Swift took to the stage to the tune of 15,000 screaming fans at Manchester Arena. Before the show, a sort of unspoken competitiveness had descended on the arena as the most dedicated and over-excited audience members (including myself) eyed […]Read More