Album Review: Mura Masa – Mura Masa

Mura Masa’s debut has been a long time coming. With hits flying out of his factory, Alex Crossan is no stranger to collaborations that create a whirlwind of electronically-infused beats combined with pop melodi...

Preview: Formations Festival

Originally named Fort Fest, Formations Festival is back for it’s second one-day event at The George in Hitchin. Celebrating new and emerging music as well as culture and art across Hertforshire, the festival i...

Album Review: The Hunna – 100

If you’re a fan of Adele, The 1975, Slipknot, Coldplay, Arctic Monkeys, Catfish and the Bottlemen or any other artist in this god damn world, you’re not going to like this album. In fact, the only fans who are ...

EP Review: Ezra Furman – Big Fugitive Life

Ezra Furman’s Big Fugitive Life builds upon his classic Rock and Roll sound, smothered in a modern day twist. Though his album received raving reviews, it’s this six-track release that does more for the singer....

EP Review: Middle Distance – Dahlia

Did anybody know Frank Ocean was going to drop his album on the same day that Middle Distance will release the Dahlia EP? It’s a threatening situation for anybody, but luckily the four-track release by the Buck...

Album Review: Wild Beasts – Boy King

Wild Beasts have never made music that can be categorised as sensual. Boy King, if anything, gives the hall pass for us to file it under that from now on. “Big cat, top of the food chain” the album opens with a...

Best of 3: Songs This Week July III

This week it's the comeback singles which have grabbed our attention. We pretty much have all bases covered here. Banks - Fuck With Myself The R&B goddess returns with her standout production levels a...