RANKING FOALS – Worst to Best

Ranking FOALS discography in light of their most recent album. After releasing their newest album, I take a look back on the Foals discography as a whole to consider what I think is their worst and their best albums and try to order them in that way. To clarify, when I say worst I don't … Continue reading RANKING FOALS – Worst to Best

MARCH MADNESS: Kendrick Lamar

Ranking Kendrick Lamar's discography in the March Madness bracket In this weeks March Madness, I take a look at Kung-Fu Kenny's song catalogue to pick out the best one. This is in pretty much the same format as last weeks March Madness for Radiohead. The top pick doesn't necessarily mean its my favourite song, it … Continue reading MARCH MADNESS: Kendrick Lamar

Music Video Monday: Father John Misty, Radiohead, Childish Gambino

I take a look at some sick music videos and talk about them. What more do you want from life? In this new segment, I'm going to pick a couple of my favourite music videos out and talk about them. Sometimes music videos can be just as important as the song itself, adding a further … Continue reading Music Video Monday: Father John Misty, Radiohead, Childish Gambino

Can you separate the art from the artist?

Is it possible to enjoy music from problematic artists? In light of the recent "Leaving Neverland" documentary I thought I'd consider the question of whether you can or should separate the music from the artist? Whether or not the accusations made against Jackson are true, this is more of a hypothetical analysis, what if these … Continue reading Can you separate the art from the artist?

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

Reading & Leeds 2019 Announcement 3: Some thoughts

Hmmm, not really sure where to begin with this one. After heaping some praise on the festival just the other day for some fairly inspired choices on the undercard and giving 3 artists the step up to headline status. Whilst, criticising its lack of female artists toward the top of the poster. This announcement was … Continue reading Reading & Leeds 2019 Announcement 3: Some thoughts

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