EP Review: Belle and Sebastian – How to Solve Our Human Problems (Part 2)

Despite a gradual descent into middle age, the second installment of Belle & Sebastian’s latest EP trilogy demonstrates a youthful, devil-may-care attitude

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Album Review: Beck – Colors

No stranger to change, Beck has undertaken yet another musical metamorphosis – but has he finally lost a part of his identity?

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EP Review: Broad-Shouldered Baby – I Must Be Tired

Implementing his own quirkiness into an appealing bedroom pop template, Broad-Shouldered Boy stands out with one of 2017’s best EP’s.

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Looking Back At…OK Computer by Radiohead

Arguably one of the most influential records of all time, Harry Sullivan takes a look back at what many consider Radiohead’s magnum opus.

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TRACK REVIEW: LET ME OUT by GORILLAZ

Bare faced and politically charged, Gorillaz have delivered their most intriguing cut off their upcoming LP.

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Foals – Mountain At My Gates track review

Best of July #6 Last month I asked a simple question: do Oxford rockers Foals have a fresh future ahead of them? At the time they had just teased us all with a 12 second trailer consisting of mainly silence with some looming synths and  thankfully since then things have become a lot clearer. Not…

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Fresh future ahead for Foals?

12 seconds. That’s all it took for for Foals teaser trailer, simply titled 2015, to set Twitter’s music community on fire. Although fans knew there was an album in the making, this was the first glimpse of album number 4 and I’m not kidding when I say glimpse. Out of the 12 seconds, the majority…

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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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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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