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Album Review: If You Could Have It All Again //

From their first few singles, it is clear that Low Island has an appetite for sophistication. The electronic quartet have manifested this sophistication into atmospheric pop that evokes the abstract concepts of art-rock and the reflective sentimentality of modern life. Being from Oxford has been a blessing, with Radiohead’s Phil Selway heaping his praise on […]Read More

Album Review: Fortunes Favour // Ed Cosens

Tomorrow Ed Cosens makes his debut onto Sheffield’s music scene with solo album Fortunes Favour, having hereunto forged a successful career as a guitarist and co-songwriter in Reverend and the Makers. Reverend and the Makers are known for their rousing working-class anthems, with the band’s artistry often overshadowed by frontman Jon McClure’s political Twitter tirades. […]Read More

Wolf Alice to Release Album Following ‘The Last Man on

Wolf Alice have announced that their long-awaited new album, Blue Weekend, will be released on 11 June. Having first teased their comeback last week, the band kept fans eagerly waiting an announcement with hints on social media. Their newest single, ‘The Last Man on Earth’ was finally unveiled on Wednesday, on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio […]Read More

EP Review: Smile, It Might Never Happen // Dohny Jep

Smile, It Might Never Happen is the highly anticipated new EP from Kent alternative rockers Dohny Jep. The band have captured the attention of the likes of BBC Introducing Kent and Distorted Sound because their melodic synth hooks pack a huge punch. The band released their debut album L.U.S.T last year and planned on touring […]Read More

10 Great Sapphic Books For LGBTQ+ History Month

Have you ever read a sapphic book? If you haven’t, you’re missing out! The term “sapphic” is generally used by the LGBTQ+ community to designate women or woman-aligned people who love other women or woman-aligned people. Sapphic books don’t need to have a romance plot either. As long as the character is sapphic and this […]Read More

Album Review: Heavy Male Insecurity // Death by Unga Bunga

When Charles Darwin sat down to write On the Origin of Species I’m going to hedge my bets and say that he didn’t anticipate the figure described in ‘Modern Man’, the first track from Death By Unga Bunga’s raucous new album, Heavy Male Insecurity, out today (12 February) via Jansen Records.  As frontman and guitarist […]Read More

Album Review: Ruins // Daniel Tompkins

You might know Daniel Tompkins best as the frontman of TesseracT. If you’re a bit older, you might know him from his stint in First Signs Of Frost. You might even know him as a vocal coach, a tea entrepreneur – he has his own brand of tea designed specifically for vocalists – or as […]Read More

Album Review: I Had The Blues But I Shook Them

I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose (Live at Brixton Academy) should come with a disclaimer. Immediately from the first sounds of cheering on ‘Emergency Contraception Blues’, this album creates an almost painful longing for live music. You may even shed a tear when hearing the crowds echo lead singer Jack Steadman in […]Read More

Album Review: Earth to Dora // Eels

I have followed the Eels for most of their career, which has often been a rollercoaster ride through the dark recesses of Mark ‘E’ Everett’s emotional turmoil set to a jangly music box soundtrack. With Earth to Dora we arrive at album number thirteen. Given the record charts the rise and fall of a relationship, […]Read More

Album Review: Fake It Flowers // Beabadoobee

With a co-sign from Matt Healey, a Brits ‘Rising Star’ nomination and a viral smash hit already under her belt, Bea Kristi AKA Beabadoobee’s debut album Fake It Flowers is highly anticipated. Inspired by the likes of Pavement and Sonic Youth, Krisit is an example of how the zeitgeist circles back and repeats itself as […]Read More

Single Review: Love Collides // Shambolics

‘It’s alright, I’ll be there by your side’ is just one of the amazing lines in Shambolics’ new single ‘Love Collides’. Flooded with sentiments of longing, the heartbreak song will guarantee to make more people fall for the Fife-based band and their music. The Scottish indie band, Shambolics, released their new single ‘Love Collides’ on […]Read More

Album Review: Ohms // Deftones

There are only so many rock and metal acts that have managed to keep their sound fresh and engaging over the course of 25 years, but Deftones are certainly one of them. The Sacramento quintet’s career has been full of ups and downs, most notably the death of original bassist Chi Cheng in 2013, but […]Read More

Review: The Goodbye EP // Thomas Headon

Thomas Headon has just released another EP, his second this year! The Goodbye EP is everything and you could want and more as a follow up to his previous release, The Greatest Hits. Thomas was born in London and at the age of five his family relocated to Melbourne, Australia where he grew up and […]Read More