Category: Album Reviews

Gigslutz tracks of the week 2.8.13

Excitement and anticipation has greeted the arrival of Catfish and the Bottlemen onto our airwaves. The Communion Records-signed newcomers release their second single, ‘Rango’ on the 16th September, and it has already been highly received, with plenty of attention from…

Robin Thicke ‘Blurred Lines’ – Album Review

In the lead up to the release of Blurred Lines, the sixth studio album by American R&B singer Robin Thicke, the first single attracted controversy from its music video for featuring nude models and has been criticized of promoting rape…

Gigslutz tracks of the week 26.7.13

Pearl Jam’s new single, ‘Mind your Manners’ has been brought to our attention prior to their forthcoming album, ‘Lightning Bolt’. This latest offering from a band renowned for their Grunge-Rock is a hard-hitting, punk-infused statement, almost unrecognisable as something that…

Aluna George ‘Body Music’ – Album Review

Over the past 12 months, one band has pretty much been on everyone’s lips….. well everyone within the music industry that is, so it’s exciting to see that the general public have warmly taken to Aluna Francis and George Reid…

Deep Vally ‘Sistronix’ – Album Review

The Californian rock duo Deap Vally, formed in 2011 are fairly new to the music world. However despite their formative beginnings their playful and more than slightly raunchy rock and roll attitude together with giant bags of confidence they have…

King of Leon new single ‘Supersoaker’ Reviewed

With their signature thrashing guitars, snappy snare drums and punchy bass the Kings of Leon have returned with their new single ‘Supersoaker’. Rarely ones to start their tracks with a slow-build, this latest offering begins with a furiously strummed guitar…

Gigslutz pick of the weeks best tracks 18.7.13

Last week, the Manic Street Preachers made their return to our ear canals with ‘Rewind the Film’, the title track from their forthcoming eleventh album. A touching, acoustic ballad, ‘Rewind The Film’ features vocals from Richard Hawley  – who actually…

UB40 ‘Getting Over The Storm’ – Album Review

I’m not a UB40 connoisseur by any means, but I think they’re underrated in terms of being a national institution. Or maybe they’re not, you tell me. However if you’ve never heard ‘The Earth Dies Screaming’ and the beautiful b…