Album Review: Blackstar / David Bowie

Following the tragic loss of our beloved starman, David Bowie, we look back his final album Blackstar , released on his 69th birthday as his parting gift to us. With the release of his 25th album, Bowie has indefinitely reinvented himself once again with his sheer artistic genius creating yet another beautiful record. The canvas which Blackstar lies upon  is … More Album Review: Blackstar / David Bowie

Albums Of The Year

All sorts of albums have left the pressing plant over the course of this year. Whether they’ve pushed the boundaries of their genre, surpassed expectations or simply remained beautiful, it’s clear that 2015 has been a great year for musicians and their work. With this in mind, we look back at some of our favourite … More Albums Of The Year

Album Review: West Kirby County Primary / Bill Ryder Jones

After stepping down as the guitarist of psychedelic rock band The Coral, Bill Ryder Jones‘ audacious sound is quickly prevailing on his latest and most influential solo album West Kirby County Primary. Since his previous work with Arctic Monkeys and The Wytches, Bill has set out on a venture that’s seen him moving towards new and more personal ideas. The central success … More Album Review: West Kirby County Primary / Bill Ryder Jones

Track Review: Breaking My Phone / Oscar

London based newcomer Oscar has graced us once again with a highly anticipated and laid-back new track which every single one of his fans seems to be raving about, probably because Breaking My Phone is so relatable. The infectiously buoyant sounds and ecstatic riffs of Daffodil Days and Beautiful Words carried us across the hot summer days of Pimms … More Track Review: Breaking My Phone / Oscar

Reading and Leeds: The Definitive Guide

It’s almost time for people to start packing their sleeping bags and heading the this year’s Reading and Leeds Festival. 2015’s line up is said to be the holy grail for the best live acts with performances from up and coming new artists alongside the classic sounds of bands like The Libertines. With the festival fast approaching, … More Reading and Leeds: The Definitive Guide

Track Review: The Stalker / Sunflower Bean

When on previous albums, you have been bewitched by Manhattan’s psych band Sunflower Bean’s lo-fi sounds and dark rock undertones you may wonder, how could they possibly get any more impressive?  However, on their latest single The Stalker it’s clear they still have a lot left in store for us. Hypnotic, haunting, kaleidoscopic, they’re not nearly … More Track Review: The Stalker / Sunflower Bean