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Beth Shipley

Album Review – Magic Oneohtrix Point Never

Mon Nov 30 2020

There’s one thing to say about this album and that is: if Natural Born Killers was an album it would be this one. Oneohtrix Point Never’s unmistakable, Aphex Twin-style, jaggedy sound is layer upon layer of unexpected weirdness and chaos – but it’s enjoyable. It’s like listening to an album that has been made underwater, […]

Christmas In 2020

Sun Nov 29 2020

As the year draws to a close, there is usually more of a sparkle in the air but this year’s has been slightly dampened. Everyone will be relieved when this hellish year is over, it’s brought more suffering and pain that anyone could have imagined. This is why the Christmas cheer is extra important for […]

Ratched A Halloween Series On Netflix To Keep You Entertained

Thu Oct 29 2020

Halloween is nearly here which means it’s the perfect time to find a new spooky series to watch and curl up with any hot drink that’s pumpkin spiced. It’s the time of year where the excitement starts to build; there are pumpkins, dressing up, fireworks and before you know it it’s Christmas. It’s a spooky […]

Fall Into Autumn Fashion

Sun Oct 18 2020

As the leaves start to turn shades of auburn and red, we kiss goodbye to beer garden weather and say hello to cosy nights and icy mornings. With the change of the season comes the change of outfits – strappy dresses are now layered with turtlenecks, thick tights, and fur coats. Autumn is the time […]

Fialta Lifts Your Mood With Omg

Thu Oct 01 2020

“Omg I really gotta wake up” is something David Provenzano may be repetitively telling me, but waking up from this summery whirlwind of a rabbit hole is something I don’t want to do. The continued patchy thuds that blister this immediately catchy track give a unique, fun element and it’s vibrating and poppy. Omg is […]

Flawes Reunite With Number One

Fri Jul 24 2020

  Josh Carruthers (JC) of the British alternative/indie trio Flawes, certainly knows how to spin pain into an upbeat, smiley track. His thick, Dan Smith-sounding, strong voice carries the weight of pain throughout this bubbling new release. It’s fresh and catchy with emotional, powerful lyrics guiding the track. “It’s ultimately a break up song, a […]

Glastonbury – The Most Incredible Place On Earth

Thu Jul 02 2020

It’s like a mythical creature, a fairy or a mermaid: something you’ve never seen before and don’t believe is real. You don’t let yourself imagine how magical and enchanting it could be; it’s like a faraway dream that you’re never going to experience… and then you’re there: Glastonbury, the most incredible place on earth. It […]

Modern Daze’s Barcelona Is The Hit Of Summer We All Need

Mon Jun 08 2020

During this unsettling time, there’s a need for cheery news and that comes in the form of Modern Daze’s latest single Barcelona. It’s the refreshing hit of summer we all need. There’s an indie-rock feel to this track and the lead singer’s voice is raspy and textured. The Killers spring to mind with the fuzzy, […]

Gravity Circus’s Shuteye Depicts A Life Of Solitude And Alienation

Fri Jun 05 2020

The self-titled ‘Schizophrenic indie/pop-rock’ duo, Gravity Circus, has released their latest single which is about a life of solitude and alienation. Ironically, it was written months before this current time of isolation and uncertain dismay. Jimmy Nagaura’s raw sound in Shuteye shares a likeness with Declan McKenna and DMA’S’ Tommy O’Dell – although grittier and […]

High Is An Adrenaline Rush From Hattie Oates

Fri May 29 2020

It’s hard to believe this powerful artist is only the tender age of 16. Hattie Oates’ new single High takes an unexpected turn with the tense, pounding second half of her track, revealing new depth and grittiness. The tone shifts in High when there is a sudden dark, crashing tone. This is a dramatic change […]

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