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Black Sabbath: The Iron Men

Black Sabbath: The Iron Men

Black Sabbath are at the top of their game, even after 46 years in the music business. Last year Black Sabbath enjoyed a US and UK number one album with 13, their first number one album since Paranoid in 1970. They now have the record for [read more]

Bitter Ruin – Waves | Album review

Bitter Ruin – Waves
ALBUM REVIEW

Waves is the new album from Kickstarted Brighton duo Georgia Train and Ben Richards. Having appealed to fans for £20,000 towards building a recording studio back in March of last year, funds were raised within only 12 hours and ultimately [read more]

Eels – The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett | Album review

Eels – The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett
ALBUM REVIEW

Just over a year from the atypically upbeat Wonderful, Glorious comes the latest installment from alternative artists, Eels, with their 11th studio album The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett. An indigenous return to form for the [read more]

Embrace – Embrace | Album review

Embrace – Embrace
ALBUM REVIEW

Embrace have been absent from the music scene for a while: their last album release This New Day reached number 1 in the UK charts back in 2006, with the band taking a few years out before starting work on what would become the Embrace, [read more]

Imelda May – Tribal | Album review

Imelda May – Tribal
ALBUM REVIEW

Award-winning Irish musician Imelda May presents the album Tribal - her traditional folk sound twists in time in this record, with obvious influences and themes running through the musically enveloping tracks. Opening title song Tribal [read more]

The Horrors – Luminous | Album review

The Horrors – Luminous
ALBUM REVIEW

The Horrors are a band famed for wearing their musical influences like a badge of honour, and their fourth studio album Luminous is no different – the sound of the record is a homage to classic British pop rock, but with various modern [read more]

Rhodes at Rough Trade West | Live review

Rhodes at Rough Trade West
LIVE REVIEW

Sometimes a man and his guitar are all you need to create magic, and if you only know Rhodes to be a Greek island then all that is about to change. Rhodes, first name David, from Hitchin has just come off supporting Sam Smith on his [read more]

The Horrors at 100 Club | Live review

The Horrors at 100 Club
LIVE REVIEW

It is at the iconic 100 Club that The Horrors host their launch show for new album Luminous, and the queue is crawling down Oxford Street long before the doors open. The band play an intimate set in a small space filled with the young and [read more]

Panic! at the Disco at Hammersmith Apollo | Live review

Panic! at the Disco at Hammersmith Apollo
LIVE REVIEW

Panic! At the Disco have won us over from the start. Since their formation in 2004 and release of A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, we couldn’t get enough of their poppy, electric dance punk sound, Brendon Urie’s delicious [read more]

Damon Albarn – Everyday Robots | Album review

Damon Albarn – Everyday Robots
ALBUM REVIEW

Upon first hearing Everyday Robots most individuals will be filled with a sense of both novelty and curiosity. Novelty due to the realisation that Damon Albarn, a previous member of the bands Gorillaz and Blur, is now going it alone, and [read more]

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