Category: Album Reviews

KASABIAN / FOR CRYING OUT LOUD

So after a full and busy weekend, it’s finally time to get down to business and report back on what may end up being one of 2017’s biggest album releases, and that comes in the form of the returning indie giants Kasabian and their…

MAXIMO PARK / RISK TO EXIST

We’ve been counting down the weeks towards this release and now after a full weekend to revel in it and get to know it, it’s finally time to take a good hard look at the latest and sixth studio album by Newcastles indie/alt rock gods…

BOB DYLAN / TRIPLICATE

One of the biggest legends of all time in the music world, Bob Dylan released his 38th studio album ‘Triplicate’ this past Friday and the icon doesn’t appear to have missed a beat. The new album features a similar lounge feel to his previous…

LAURA MARLING / SEMPER FEMINA

It’s always an exciting time when one of the UK’s greatest singer songwriters returns with new music and nine years after her incredible debut album was unleashed upon us all, Laura Marling has now released her sixth studio record, ‘Semper Femina’ and it may just…

THE XX / I SEE YOU

Back in November, I reviewed On Hold by The XX and cited it as being my song of the year as my excitement started to build towards the band’s third album, I See You. Today sees the release of that album and I’m pleased to start this…

DAVID BOWIE / NO PLAN EP

Today would’ve been David Bowie’s 70th birthday and there’s numerous events happening across the world (and no doubt somewhere in space) to celebrate but the most exciting has to be the release of a brand new EP featuring tracks written for the Lazarus musical….

THE ROLLING STONES / BLUE AND LONESOME

It’s been 11 years since one of England’s longest-serving, most prolific and legendary rock bands of all time has released a studio album. 2005 was the last time we heard a full LP of new music by the Rolling Stones when they released ‘A…