Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Broken Records

Broken Records return with their third album offering since 2010’s ‘Let Me Come Home’. Weights & Pulleys is an album of two halves, of night and day which fans of The National will most probably be playing on repeat in…

ALBUM REVIEW: Damon Albarn ‘Everyday Robots’

Upon receiving his special NME Award for Innovation in February, Damon Albarn spoke of the ‘world before the internet’ which existed at Blur’s inception. How times have changed technologically since the first of his countless musical ventures, a fact he…

ALBUM REVIEW: The Horrors ‘Luminous’

The Horrors have, so far, managed to completely transform their sound from album to album, starting off with the haunted-house garage rock of 2007’s ‘Strange House’ to the smoother neo-psychedelic sound of 2011’s ‘Skying’ with the harsher and darker shoegaze album ‘Primary Colours’ from…

Shakka LIVE @ Barfly, Camden 28.4.14

Following a fantastic year that has seen the Notting Hill alternative R&B singer-songwriter feature on huge tracks with both Wretch 32 and Show N Prove, it was time for Shakka to step into the limelight and make a name for…

ALBUM REVIEW: Chad VanGaalen – ‘Shrink Dust’

The Canadian is back after an eagerly awaited three years since his last album ’Diaper Island’ with his fifth self-produced studio album ‘Shrink Dust’, on ‘Sub Pop’ Records. The trend continues. The trend that is the wonderfully creative and adventurous…

ALBUM REVIEW: James ‘La Petite Mort’

James are set to return on the 2nd June with brand new studio album, La Petite Mort. Being their first full length studio album for six years, fever pitch surrounding it has reached an all time high. Produced by Max…