Review: Hey Clockface – Elvis Costello

“Why should anybody listen to me?” Elvis Costello asks on single ‘No Flag’, and for the rest of the album he searches for an...

Review: Earth to Dora – Eels

It’s fair to say that the world has changed quite dramatically since Mark Oliver Everett and his Eels released The Deconstruction, all the way...

Review: Positions – Ariana Grande

Two years have passed since Sweetener was introduced to the world, which showcased Ariana Grande’s pop roots blended with a fresh, new R&B, hip-hop...

Should we look to live albums in lockdown?

Smatterings of applause, a few cheers, the odd shout of something indiscernible, a sudden swell of noise as the first notes of a song...

Why listening to new music is good for your mental health

We all love our comfort music. The tracks that make us feel something. Whether it be the songs that remind you of the happiness...

Andrew Cushin opens up on his new single, working with Noel...

Having recently released his third single, ‘Where's My Family Gone?’, Newcastle’s Andrew Cushin is quickly becoming the talk of the toon’. The confidence fostered...

Review: Cheap Medication – Johnny Lloyd

Johnny Lloyd returned on the 30th October with his second solo studio album Cheap Medication, having recently worked on the score for partner Billie...

Review: Ghosts EP – The Lathums

Wigan four-piece The Lathums return with their latest EP; showcasing style, youthful charm and clever lyricism. Penned throughout the long months of lockdown, Ghosts gives...

Review: Letter To You – Bruce Springsteen

On his 20th studio album, Letter to You, Bruce Springsteen returns to his visceral classic sound. Reuniting the E Street Band and recording the...

Review: Song Machine, Season 1: Strange Timez – Gorillaz

Released on the 23rd October, Gorillaz returned with their brilliant, new, seventh studio album, Song Machine, Season 1: Strange Timez. This project began way...

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