Category: Album Reviews

Kings Of Leon – ‘Mechanical Bull’ ALBUM REVIEW

After a temporary rift (3 years is short compared to a Gallagher bust-up) the familial Followill clan are back with their sixth album “Mechanical Bull”. It’s a return to Kings of Leon form with lashings of Country Rock, gutsy ballads,…

Gigslutz Tracks Of The Week, 20.09.13

Having recorded an album, toured extensively, and occasionally featured as Tim Burgess’ backing band, Hatcham Social would appear to have had quite an exciting couple of years. Having supported the likes of The Maccabees, The Horrors and The Charlatans, this…

Album Review: Black Onassis – ‘Desensitized’

Chris Karloff’s new project, Black Onassis, sees the former Kasabian member join forces with NYC musician, Nick Forde, as well as a host of guest vocalists, including Liela Moss of The Duke Spirit, Ben Gautrey of Cooper Temple Clause and…

Gigslutz Tracks Of The Week, 13.09.13

Nearing sixty, one might expect Elvis Costello to be slipping into a trend of evoking age-old nostalgia in his music, but instead he seems intent on doing just the opposite, in recent years having collaborated with the likes of Burt…

Janelle Monae ‘The Electric Lady’ ALBUM REVIEW

The classification of ‘R&B’ really has been thrown back and forth over the past few years. In the late 90s/early 2000s, a period some regard still as one of the defining and golden ages of the genre, it seemed US…

Lisse ‘Back to Forever’ ALBUM REVIEW

Lissie hit the ground running back in 2010 with her debut album Catching A Tiger released on the mighty Columbia Records. It reached gold status selling in excess of 250,00 copies in a short period of time. “In Sleep” was…

Frankmusik ‘Between Us’ ALBUM REVIEW

Frankmusik has been an artist we’ve loved since he first arrived on the music scene back in 2007, when Myspace was the best way to put your music out there. A year later he delighted us all with the release of…

London Grammar ‘If You Wait’ – ALBUM REVIEW

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you’ll have heard of London Grammar. You’ll have seen their name on the festival bills, and (if the 1,000,000+ hits on YouTube are to be believed) you’ll probably…

Gigslutz Tracks of The Week – 06.09.13

Yorkshire four piece, Laurel Canyons, deliver quintessentially American sounding songs which is appropriate, really, given that the band are named after an area of Los Angeles. With youthful energy and vigour, Jake Cope and co power through rocky Americana, but…

Splashh – ‘Comfort’ ALBUM REVIEW

Drawn together from around the world and today based in Hackney, Splashh certainly look set to live up to their name, their first few singles creating a few ripples and waves in 2012, the band are now ready to take…