Category: REVIEWS

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…

MR JUKES / LEAP OF FAITH FEAT DE LA SOUL & HORACE ANDY

We reported earlier this year how Bombay Bicycle Club frontman had gone his own way, reinventing himself under the moniker Mr Jukes, and releasing his own debut album, ‘God First’ back in July. Well, with the album now released and a string of material doing…

THE HORRORS / SOMETHING TO REMEMBER ME BY

Everybody’s favourite Essex indie-psych five piece have released more new music ahead of the release of their upcoming new album ‘V’ and ten years after they released their now iconic debut LP ‘Strange House’  they may be getting set to unleash their best work yet. If new…

JAKE BUGG / HOW SOON THE DAWN

This past Wednesday night, Annie Mac debuted a brand new track on her BBC radio 1 show, and it’s by our favourite Nottingham singer-songwriter Jake Bugg as he returns only a year after releasing his last LP. ‘How Soon The Dawn’ is a beautiful…

DMA’S – ENGINE SHED, LINCOLN

Last year we had the absolute pleasure of interviewing a relatively new name to the popular music scene, as they consistently grew in popularity and became one of the hottest garage pop outfits of 2016/2017. As Australian trio DMA’S have released their debut album…

MICK JAGGER / ENGLAND LOST & GOTTA GET A GRIP

Amazingly, as if out of nowhere, one of the greatest and most recognisable frontmen of all time has just unleashed, not one, but TWO huge new solo single releases. Mick Jagger, the vocalist for legendary rock band The Rolling Stones isn’t a stranger to…

COLDPLAY / KALEIDOSCOP EP

Yesterday one of, arguably, the biggest bands on the planet, Coldplay released a five track long EP named ‘Kaleidoscope’ and it’s been said by many already that it more closely resembles their earlier work. Why is this a marketing tool? Well, like a lot…