The Black Keys go back to basics in “Let’s Rock”, a catchy and effortless listen. In a primal yet surprisingly multi-layered album, the Akron duo rediscover their mojo. Continue reading What I Like About: “Let’s Rock” – The Black Keys
After joining forces with acclaimed guitarist and producer Pete Thorn, British rock singer Holly Henderson’s debut is rife with catchy grunge tunes that pack a punch. Though not groundbreaking work, Monday Green is very easy to enjoy. Continue reading Holly Henderson: Monday Green – Review
Band of Skulls return with their fifth studio album, bringing with them a fresh mindset and newly upbeat style. Anthemic vocals and pop production join the familiar riffs and dual lead vocals, but how well do these elements mingle? Continue reading Band of Skulls: Love Is All You Love – Review
Ah, here is some truly lovely news. Goth pioneers The Cure have followed up the announcement that they’ll be co-headlining Glastonbury with the news that their upcoming 14th studio album is finished. Continue reading The Cure announce completion of first new album in 10 years
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
“I’ve always wanted to be a successful musician and I’ve been working at it since I was a teenager” says Leeds-based alternative multi-instrumentalist and singer, Aiden Hatfield. Ahead of the release of his debut EP Chapter One, I interviewed the founder of In Music We Trust about his love of music, what motivates him, and how it felt to achieve #1 on the Amazon Rock Album chart. Continue reading Aiden Hatfield discusses his debut EP, Chapter One