All posts tagged Album Review

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ALBUM REVIEW: Mallory Knox’s ‘Wired’

★★★ Mallory Knox’s latest release is entertaining and accessible but lacks variety. According to their label, RCA, Mallory Knox are becoming ‘the vital voice of the modern rock generation’. Although […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: LAURA MARLING’S ‘SEMPER FEMINA’

“Distinct and Powerful” ★★★★ Nowadays, people sometimes find it hard to find a place for folk music. For some, folk’s authenticity has been moulded into mediocrity and banality, physically manifested […]

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Album Review: Circa Waves – Different Creatures

Hailing from Liverpool, indie-rock band Circa Waves are back with a punch and are set to release their album Different Creatures this Friday (10th March) – their first release since […]

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Remembering The Notorious B.I.G.

It has been nearly 20 years since Biggy’s death on 9th March 1997. Alex takes a look at his legendary album, Life After Death. On the posthumous Life After Death, […]

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Album Review: Blackfield – ‘Blackfield V’

Artist collaborations mostly tend to yield positive results, except for the usual odd-ball here and there (Why on earth did Miley Cyrus and The Flaming Lips work together on a […]

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Album Review: Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes – ‘Modern Ruin’

Modern Ruin sees the return of former Gallows/Pure Love singer Frank Carter, where he offers an effortlessly resounding and powerful return that delves further afield into the hardcore genre from […]

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LOYLE CARNER: YESTERDAY’S GONE REVIEW

★★★★ The South London rapper’s accomplished debut album showcases his laid-back style and focus on family. Two years after the release of his EP A Little Late, Loyle Carner provides […]

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ALBUM REVIEW: Sundara Karma – ‘Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect’

Sundara Karma have been bouncing around the music scene for a few years now. They’ve played Reading festival and are regulars on the BBC Radio 1 airwaves. Now, they’ve finally […]

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Album Review: Justice – ‘Woman’

Justice’s 3rd album, ‘Woman’, is undeniably funky. It tremors and quivers with energy, but sadly sags under the weight of its retro appeal. We open on a decidedly vintage synth, […]