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: Skepta – Konnichiwa

Skepta’s highly anticipated fourth studio album ‘Konnichiwa’ has had fans waiting not so patiently since his first single ‘That’s Not Me’ dropped in March 2014. Prior to 'Konnichiwa' Skepta has enjoyed some m...

Album Review: Oscar – Cut And Paste

North Londoner Oscar Scheller is one of the most talked about new indie stars in the UK at the moment. His guitar based indie pop and intriguing deep, rich vocals have captured many peoples attention during h...

Album Review: Drake – Views

Views has never just been about Drake releasing new music. In a time when Kendrick Lamar is raising political statements, openly talking about the lifestyle that still exists after N.W.A’s ‘Straight Outta Com...

Album Review: Mystery Jets – Curve Of The Earth

Nothing is ever straight forward with Mystery Jets. Whilst their fourth album Radlands was considered a return to form, it was marred by the departure of bassist Kai Fish. Returning after three years away with ...