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Album Review: Peter Doherty & The Puta Madres (Self-Titled)

The world of ‘art’ can feel worlds away from the lives of folk. Talk of ‘Albion’ and ‘The Arcadian Dream’ maybe don’t resonate so much with the everyman’s experience of this small, grey rock. Certainly, my time on the Holloway Road hasn’t been painted with the same Dickensian charm that filters through Peter Doherty’s assessment […]Read More

Album Review: Part 1 Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost

Can you believe it’s been six whole years since Holy Fire? Six years since that hot, hot summer, covering up an otherwise shitty year full of war and natural disaster. 2013 was my first proper festival experience: a simpler time, an exciting time to be alive and part of something bigger. I remember more hype […]Read More

Album Review: A Brief Enquiry Into Online Relationships // The

Pull up your favorite music blog right now and you’ll find three things: something about Tekashi 6ix9ine, a breakdown of Kanye’s twitter rant on Drake’s sneak disses, and a glowing review of the new The 1975 album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. As of the publication of this review, the album stands at 87/100 […]Read More