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Joseph & Maia Share Their Love For Amsterdam

Wed May 20 2020

“They say nothing lasts forever” It’s easy to get lost in dreaming of past travels and special memories, particularly during this time. Joseph & Maia share their love for Amsterdam in a nostalgic song and music video as they reminisce about one of their favourite places. The husband and wife duo have created a stunning […]

Hayley Williams – Petals for Armour EP Review

Wed Apr 01 2020

Looking into the future as an orange-haired pop-punk singer in the midst of the emo heyday, I wonder if Hayley Williams ever pictured herself experimenting with a solo project and a tame hairstyle. Williams has an impressive catalogue of albums and genres – she’s certainly expanded her musical talent and explored new styles over the […]

Pure Perfection From Cubicolor Ahead Of Album Release

Thu Feb 06 2020

Want to hear instrumentation which is inspired by Trip-Hop and Chillout bands such as Air and Zero 7 over music made for the raves? Amsterdam’s Alternative, Electronic three-piece band Cubicolor has recently dropped a brand new single/and B-side, titled ‘Wake Me Up’ from their highly anticipated, upcoming second album ‘Hardly A Day, Hardly A Night,’ […]

Harry Styles Presents The Real Harry Styles In ‘Fine Line’

Mon Dec 16 2019

Harry Styles is one of the most spoken-about popstars at the moment, and righteously so. His second album ‘Fine Line’ was introduced to the world on December 13th, and it has caught everyone off guard. Disclaimer: it is not a masterpiece, but let me elaborate. With a promising start, ‘Golden’ catches my attention. The sounds […]

A Real Trip From Flamingods At Brighton Komedia

Wed Nov 20 2019

Flamingods are a four-piece alternative rock band from Bahrain and the UK. Their album ‘Levitation’ was released earlier this year which was met with bountiful press coverage and praise. ‘Levitation’ saw Flamingods expanding on their influences (which are already noticeably eclectic) with nods to Turkish psych, disco, and funk. Their music has been described as […]

Animal House Discusses Dating Culture In ‘Modern Romance’

Tue Oct 29 2019

Australian band Animal House moved to the UK so that we could enjoy the casual charm they bring with their music. Now based in Brighton, they have supported acts like Courtney Barnett and Drenge. Their EP ‘Sorry’ has found fans in the likes of NME and BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac. They also have an […]

Amaal Explodes With An Electric EP – ‘Black Dove’

Tue Aug 06 2019

Nowadays it is still hard for a woman who has something to say to make an impression in the music industry, but Amaal was able to leave a heavy, sophisticated mark with her new EP ‘Black Dove’. The Somali singer moved to Canada with her family who, according to her, was a huge inspiration for her […]

My Life Story – A True Critical Commentary On A Reflection Of British Pop 

Tue Aug 06 2019

Bonafide 90’s pop pioneer, My Life Story is readying their first album in 19 years – ‘World Citizen’, dropping 6th September 2019. At their sold-out London gig recently, charismatic frontman Jake Shillingford and co shined. What an endearing, feel-good gig this was with some great records and witty banter with the crowd courtesy of the frontman in between songs. My Life Story has had a […]

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