Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow

It’s odd to think that five years ago “I Had The Blues But I Shook Them Loose” was released and made music lovers aware of four boys who were not just an alternative to the Arctic Monkeys who dominated the indie rock scene at the time but were an act that had a lot of…

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Biffy Clyro – Rank The Albums

Well, this’ll be difficult. After all, Biffy Clyro are one of the few bands I can recall having a consistent delivery of high quality music over their career though that may be a bit bias seeing as I’m a huge fan of them. Initially I thought this list would be a lot easier as I…

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Looking For Alaska by John Green

“When adults say, “Teenagers think they are invincible” with that sly, stupid smile on their faces, they don’t know how right they are. We need never be hopeless, because we can never be irreparably broken. We think that we are invincible because we are. We cannot be born, and we cannot die. Like all energy,…

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CLASSIC REVIEW: The Strokes – Is This It

Whether you like to call it the 2000’s or the noughties,there’s no doubt that the decade was a very exciting time for music as not only were applauded albums by former well praised bands released, Radiohead’s Kid A as an example, but the new wave of bands not only surprised critics but intrigued them as…

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Tyler The Creator – Goblin

So recently I wrote a review on Earl Sweatshirt’s debut Doris, praising it for showing off the potential the Odd Future member had and for solidifying his career in the genre. The person we have to thank, other than Earl himself, for that record even being possible is Tyler The Creator, the leader of the…

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Chvrches – The Bones Of What You Believe

Now this album could have gone horribly wrong. Chvrches could have produced a bland album with repetitive and dull songs and been a total let down from the potential they had shown on their previous EP’s as well the hype they had accumulated on the music scene.Thankfully this is not the case with The Bones…

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Arctic Monkeys – AM

     With four albums under their belts, many would think that Arctic Monkeys could perform a “Jay-Z” of sorts and just release a similar sounding album to anything they’ve released previously and sell millions due to the popularity the band have internationally. Thankfully, this isn’t the case and they’ve delivered quite a different album…

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Biffy Clyro – Opposites

. Now this is a long overdue review. I’ve only recently started reviewing music and only have one article under my hypothetical belt so where better to start than the latest album from Biffy Clyro. Biffy Clyro are a rock trio from Scotland and originate from the area where I live. They’re not a new…

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Mumford And Sons – Babel

Babel – Mumford & Sons If you were to ask any member of the public a few years ago if a band dressed like they worked on a farm and performed folk music would become internationally recognisable, you’d be ridiculed but that’s exactly what has happen with Mumford & Sons. Their 2009 debut was a…

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Kanye West – Yeezus

Now this is an odd one. No matter what your opinion on Kanye might be, he’s not one to be pigeon-holed, be it 808’s & Heartbreak which was controversial for the musician drifting away from rapping or his recent album which even after listening to it multiple times is hard to come up with a…

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