Vampire Weekend, Father of the Bride Review

Ezra Koenig and co return with a brand new album after 6 years with their most unusual outing to date Vampire Weekend finally released their long awaited 4th studio album last week on May 3rd. It's been a long 6 years since their last outing, the critically lauded "Modern Vampires of the City", so how … Continue reading Vampire Weekend, Father of the Bride Review

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Cage The Elephant – Social Cues Review

How does the groups 5th and probably, most mature outing yet hold up against their prior efforts? Cage The Elephant have probably been one of the most consistent bands to come out of the end of the noughties. They had a fairly good debut, before, releasing their two best albums "Thankyou, happy birthday" in 2011, … Continue reading Cage The Elephant – Social Cues Review

BILLIE EILISH “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” Review

A look at the debut album from anti-pop's Billie Eilish When we all fall asleep, where do we go? It's a good question and its one I find asking myself on a day to day basis. Where ever it is, it certainly doesn't seem that great of a place, at least that's the vibe I … Continue reading BILLIE EILISH “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” Review

FOALS – “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Pt. 1” Review

A look at the Oxford bands 5th outing and first part of their new double album Part 2 is expected for release later this year Foals are probably one of the biggest indie rock groups in the UK right now and interestingly one of the last remaining ones from their era. Sadly, The Maccabees and … Continue reading FOALS – “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Pt. 1” Review

Vampire Weekend – “Sunflower” Track Review

Artwork from the upcoming album Yesterday, New York rockers Vampire Weekend released 2 brand new singles from their forthcoming album "Father of the Bride". This comes not too long after the band released the first singles "Harmony Hall" and "2021" back at the end of January. I really enjoyed the first 2 singles, "Harmony Hall" … Continue reading Vampire Weekend – “Sunflower” Track Review

CLASSIC REVIEW – NIRVANA “In Utero”

A review of the seminal 1993 album from the legendary band at the forefront of the Seattle Grunge scene IN UTERO'S ICONIC ALBUM COVER At this point Nirvana really need no introduction, shooting to super stardom with their sophomore release "Nevermind" with one of the most popular songs of that decade "Smells Like Teen Spirit". … Continue reading CLASSIC REVIEW – NIRVANA “In Utero”

The Japanese House – “Good At Falling” Review

The debut album from the Dirty Hit signed indie pop star Amber Bain The Japanese House arrive with her long-awaited debut album today, coming off the back of a steady stream of excellent EPs and singles. Following that momentum Amber has been building for herself since the first EP "Pools to bathe in" released way … Continue reading The Japanese House – “Good At Falling” Review

Sundara Karma – “Ulfilas’ Alphabet” Review

Ulfilas' Alphabet Artwork UK Indie rock band Sundara Karma dropped their new album "Ulfilas' Alphabet" today, the follow up to their gorgeous 2017 debut "Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect". Being such a big fan of their first outing I was very excited for this to be released. But, how does their latest record … Continue reading Sundara Karma – “Ulfilas’ Alphabet” Review