Album Reviews

REVIEW: Produced By Tony Visconti

REVIEW: Produced By Tony Visconti

The works of David Bowie and Marc Bolan might not have been the same without the careful guiding collaboration with Tony Visconti. Bowie was so touched with the relationship that over 40 years of working together did wonders for the…

EP REVIEW: Hijack Hayley ‘Counterpart’

Pic credit: Bryan Foo Fast rising Singaporean rockers Hijack Hayley release their debut EP, ‘COUNTERPART’. A cacophonous collection that tracks from a band that are less interested with introducing themselves, and more so with punching through your speakers. Opening up…

EP: Colossus – ‘The Gods Hate Colossus’

DIY photographer and film-maker John Clay has spent years of his life in the front row at gigs, capturing the best footage of emerging bands and artists on the London underground music scene. His dedication and loyalty to documenting their…

REVIEW: 23rd Turnoff The Complete 1967 Recordings

REVIEW: 23rd Turnoff The Complete 1967 Recordings

The thought of finding a new release of a long-lost band from the 1960’s always fills me with the sort of excitement you experienced as a kid when you’d find a shock 1/2p sweet after stuffing your face with what…

Robin Elliott – There is a Land (Album Review)

ALBUM REVIEW: Robin Elliott – ‘There Is A Land’

Having teased us with the release of three EPs over the last few years, London-based Mersey-born folk artist Robin Elliott finally drops his long-awaited debut album ‘There Is A Land’ later this month. Produced by renowned folk artist Ben Walker,…

REVIEW: Haircut 100 Pelican West 40

REVIEW: Haircut 100 Pelican West 40

Haircut 100 had a carefree innocence of youth persona that could smooth over the cracks of day to day life with their sunshine smiley pop. Front man Nick Haywood had a face of innocence that no one couldn’t like, mixed…

REVIEW: Blur – The Ballad of Darren

Rating: photo credit: Reuben Bastienne_Lewis When talking about truly iconic bands, it won’t be long before Blur get a mention. Turning the British music scene on its head with 1993’s, ‘Modern Life is Rubbish’ and establishing what would become the…

REVIEW: Corduory Men Of The Cloth mini album

REVIEW: Corduory Men Of The Cloth mini album

30 years ago as the dying embers of classic James Bond, Michael Caine and BBC films bit the dust of popularity came a rediscovery of these classic films and their soundtracks via The Sound Gallery albums. Presented in the releases…

Review: Demob Happy – Divine Machines

Hailing from Newcastle and Brighton, Demob Happy have been making waves since their appearance from SXSW, with the highly anticipated launch of their latest single and accompanying video, titled ‘Run Baby Run’. This empowering track is a standout inclusion in…