Album Review: Beabadoobee – Fake It Flowers

Beatrice Laus better known as Beabadoobee has had a career path that would leave most heads spinning. This career path began from ‘Coffee’ the first song she wrote which went viral after being uploaded to Sound...

Album Review: BLOXX – Lie Out Loud

BLOXX have released their debut album Lie Out Loud, an immediate firecracker of a record, consisting of twelve tracks, all produced to a high standard. Frontwoman Ophelia 'Fee' Booth and her divine vocals have ...

Album Review: Bully – SUGAREGG

Released through Sub Pop records SUGAREGG will be added to a list of infamous album releases under the label including Nirvana's Bleach, Foals' Total Life Forever, and Mudhoney's self-titled debut. Bully really...

Album Review: Biffy Clyro – A Celebration Of Endings

Biffy Clyro have never stood on ceremony or followed rules, they can transition from hard riffs to pop hooks with ease.  A Celebration Of Endings, the Kilmarnock band's ninth studio album, sees them exploring, ...

Album Review: Sea Girls – Open Up Your Head

Sea Girls' career has gone stellar in the last year with intense live shows and heart felt lyrics being the backbone of their success. This is all mirrored in their rocket fuelled debut album, Open Up Your Head...

Album Review: Fontaines D.C. – A Hero’s Death

With a debut so good that it brought renewed faith in the revival of the guitar band, success hit Fontaines D.C. like a meteor; rapid, dazzling but almost catastrophic. The Dublin band's follow up, A Hero's Dea...

Album Review: Taylor Swift – folklore

Taylor Swift’s album announcements are a big deal. They usually feature months of hidden social media clues to drum up excitement as fans eagerly conspire about the next era of her career. folklore though, was ...

Album Review: Lianne La Havas – Lianne La Havas

Considering her impeccable talent, Lianne La Havas' has passed relatively under the radar since the 2012 success of Is Your Love Big Enough?. Her single 'Green and Gold', taken from its follow up, Blood, receiv...

Album Review: Dream Wife – So When You Gonna…

On album number two, Dream Wife return with the same fire which burned through their debut, but this time the Brighton trio have chosen to control the flame resulting in a brilliant bonfire of a record. So W...