Album Review: Bon Iver – 22, A Million

Following on from a three-year hiatus, everyone’s preferred indie folk band Bon Iver have been rebirthed, and bring with them their third album, 22, A Million. With hard-to-decipher track names and founder Just...

Album Review: Warpaint – Heads Up

The most striking thing about Warpaint’s latest offering Heads Up is its confidence - both in the music itself and its lyrics. Having firmly established themselves as masters of guitar and harmony-driven et...

Album Review: Red Hot Chili Peppers – The Getaway

With The Getaway, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ first album since 1991’s Blood Sugar Sex Magik not to be produced by Rick Rubin, change was always on the cards as the legendary rock quartet hired Brian Burton, aka Dan...
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Album Review: Spring King – Tell Me If You Like To

Spring King’s hotly anticipated debut album Tell Me If You Like To is released little under a year after they made history as the first band to be played on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1. With a string of single releases...

Album Review: Radiohead – A Moon Shaped Pool

“Like nothing you’ve ever heard” is how band co-manager Brian Message described this record, back in April this year. This may well have been a cheeky jibe at the public, considering seven of the eleven songs...

Album Review: Twin Peaks – Down In Heaven

With summer fast approaching and the sun finally shining, many will be scouring the internet in order to find an album to bask in on warm summer days. Look no further than Chicago rockers Twin Peaks third LP ...

Album Review: Frankie Cosmos – The Next Thing

The Next Thing is the next thing from New York’s Frankie Cosmos; a full length album of mostly full length songs to follow up previous releases 2014’s Zentropy and the 2015 EP Fit Me in as well as the hoard o...