With her most ambitious album yet, Lucy Rose strips back her sound to create something stark, intimate and genuinely quite staggering. This is how to make minimal-sounding music that keeps you enthralled. A huge triumph for the underrated singer-songwriter. Continue reading Lucy Rose: No Words Left – Review
With depth, power, and no shortage of great guitar riffs and solos, Aiden Hatfield’s debut EP sounds like something he has wanted to make for quite some time, which, in fact, it is.
The multi-talented instrumentalist has created something that reflects his own personality and experiences while sounding professional along the way. A great way to start his musical career. Continue reading Aiden Hatfield: Chapter One – EP Review
Arguably one of the most underrated rock acts of the 21st century, Yeah Yeah Yeahs create fresh and undiluted music that’s capable of being both wonderfully unaffected by musical trends and timelessly fashionable. It’s Blitz!, which has just turned 10 years old, is a case in point. Continue reading Classic Album Review: Yeah Yeah Yeah’s It’s Blitz! turns 10
Less than two months on from releasing The Teal Album, Weezer return with new tracks of their own. With an experimental new production style, The Black Album marks a solid and perfectly listenable – though not particularly memorable – thirteenth studio album. Continue reading Weezer: Weezer (The Black Album) – Album Review
It’s been five years since his eponymous debut album and Hozier has evidently used that time to mature musically. Bold, multi-layered and ambitious, Wasteland, Baby! manages to draw from four or five genres to create one intensely unique and endearing album. Continue reading Hozier: Wasteland, Baby! – Album Review
Weezer follow up Africa with an album of iconic covers. Continue reading Weezer: The Teal Album – Album Review
Rival Sons’ sixth album includes some welcome experimentations alongside its familiar rock riffs. Continue reading Rival Sons: Feral Roots – Album Review