Reviews

ALBUM: The Kooks ‘Let’s Go Sunshine’

It has been 4 years since The Kooks released their last album ‘Listen’, which did not quite connect with fans in the same way as their preceding releases. Although thanks to streaming services such as Spotify, the band are inspiring…

REVIEW: Creamfields 2018 – Friday 24 2018

The first instalment of our 2018 Creamfields weekender review.  Featuring Chase and Status, Chainsmokers and Sigma.  Setting off a storm at Creamfields ‘Sickboy Stage’, were British Drum n Bass DJ’s, Sigma.  A ray of psychedelic lights glitched onto the stage…

Creamfields 2018 – Saturday 25 2018

The second instalment of our Creamfields 2018 coverage, following on from Friday’s blistering set of live shows.  The Saturday of the festival seen several stand-out performances from Annie Mac, Major Lazor and Giggs.   “Creamfields, how you feeling?” Shouts the…

This Feeling Track of the Day : Bilk ‘Spiked’

Scrappy, indie-punk refuseniks Bilk recently opened the new Rize Festival, getting the party well and truly started with their sharp lyrics and high energy indie soundscapes. New single ‘Spiked’, produced by Rich Turvey (Blossoms, The Coral), is “a story of…

This Feeling Track of the Day : Bang Bang Romeo ‘Adore Me’

Bang Bang Romeo’s debut EP is out now, and their eagerly waited debut album ‘A Heartbreaker’s Guide To The Galaxy’ is not far behind (due November 16). The five-track EP features the previously released EP title-track ‘Shame On You’ and ‘Chemical’ plus…

ALBUM: Blood Orange – ‘Negro Swan’

Rating: British artist, Dev Hynes releases his fourth studio album as Blood Orange with Negro Swan. Hynes describes the record as “an exploration into my own and many types of black depression, the ongoing anxieties of queer/people of colour”. Dev…