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Throwback Thursday: Minefield // Babyshambles

The final track of Babyshambles‘ 2013 studio album Sequel to the Prequel is something of a hidden gem. Tucked at the very end of the tracklist, ‘Minefield’ begins with a somewhat unsettling steady bass march that soon cascades into one of the album’s most powerful moments, as frontman Pete Doherty loops on repeat the song’s gloomy mantra: “My mind is on the run.” [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aCYvygiNnSM] […]Read More

Throwback Thursday: Red Morning Light // Kings Of Leon

Now, I’m not the biggest Kings Of Leon fan – not by a long shot. However, I distinctly remember their album Youth and Young Manhood being one of the first ‘guitar heavy’ albums I bought and immediately loved. ‘Red Morning Light’ quickly became my favourite song by the now notorious band and has endured the ten years since […]Read More

Throwback Thursday: Feel Good Inc // Gorillaz

Cast your mind back a decade – yes, I’ll give you a minute to adjust to 2005 being that long ago – and there’s a good chance the familiar chimes of ‘Feel Good Inc’ will come rushing back, perhaps alongside some repressed memories of the Crazy Frog. This genre-mashing lead single from the acclaimed Demon […]Read More

Song of the Week (19th January): Salt // Bad Suns

Sunglasses-clad LA natives Bad Suns practically ooze a sort of slightly self-conscious coolness which made them the perfect support act for The 1975 on their American tour last summer. Fresh off of this tour, the band released their debut album Language & Perspective, which is full of catchy hooks and what they themselves describe as […]Read More

Song of the Week (15th December): Rolling Around // Solanas’

This week’s Song of the Week is hot off the press: ‘Rolling Around’ is the new single from Sheffield based four piece Solanas’ Sons which is out today (15th December). The track is an intense experience from start to finish. This intensity works well with their namesake; the four lads have named the band after the […]Read More