Category: REVIEWS

MARILYN MANSON / WE KNOW WHERE YOU FUCKING LIVE

It was widely reported yesterday that Marilyn Manson had unveiled a brand new single ahead of the release of his upcoming tenth studio record ‘Heaven Upside Down’ and it’s as brutal, aggressive and dark as he’s ever been before. With elements of punk and a…

WOLF ALICE / BEAUTIFULLY UNCONVENTIONAL

Wolf Alice, in perfectly consistent form, continue to stamp their mark on 2017 as the campaign towards the release of their upcoming album ‘Visions Of A Life’ grows stronger, more exciting and reassures the point that their debut success was not a fluke. Wolf Alice have…

LCD SOUNDSYSTEM / AMERICAN DREAM

Fans and music lovers all over the globe have rejoiced simultaneously today as seven years of patiently waiting and hoping and longing have finally come to fruition as James Murphy returned with the much anticipated  fourth album by dance-punk giants LCD Soundsystem. Was ‘American Dream’…

MR SCRUFF – LOST VILLAGE FESTIVAL 2017

So, Lost Village festival 2017 has reached the morning of its final day (27th of August) and despite there being plenty still to come, some of the incredible things we’ve seen, heard and been lucky enough to be a part of over the past…

SMERZ – LOST VILLAGE FESTIVAL 2017

Ok, so stop what you’re doing, Mojo20 has got something special for you, as we may just be introducing you to your new favourite band. It’s the morning after the second day at Lost Village festival and we’ve seen some sights and heard some…

SOULWAX – LOST VILLAGE FESTIVAL 2017

On the opening night of Lost Village 2017, thousands and thousands of revellers gathered in the Lincolnshire countryside for a select few performances that’d guarantee the festival’s energetic beginning, and set the weekend into full swing. Not only was nobody disappointed but they did…

30 SECONDS TO MARS / WALK ON WATER

Jared Leto and his band, 30 Seconds To Mars have unveiled, in the past few hours, a patriotic, hopeful and extremely grand ode to the USA and the optimism of a better future. ‘Walk On Water’ has a huge sound despite minimalist instrumentation considering…