All posts tagged album

Profit or prophet: Kanye West reborn

Kanye West. Rapper, husband of reality tv star Kim Kardashian and one of the most controversial artists of this time. There has never been any indication that Kanye would ever […]

Danny Brown – uknowhatimsayin¿

Danny Brown has always been ahead of the curve. His enigmatic persona concreted by his distinct vocal deliveries, hyper aggressive (yet powerfully self-aware) drug-fuelled lyrics and subversive instrumentation often leaves […]

Beabadoobee – She Plays Bass

London based Beabadoobee (or Bea Kristi if you’re boring) is my current top pick for musicians who sound like a warming cup of chamomile tea sitting on a beanbag with […]

Octavian, Endorphins – Album Review

While not packing the immediate throat-punch of repeated trap-banger-influenced grime tracks which some may have expected upon hearing the simple yet drastically effective single ‘Bet’, French-born London rapper Octavian’s latest […]

Heath Ledger With Some Dreads…

Can we talk about Kevin Abstract for a second? I just watched a compilation of straight guys reacting to his verse on STAR (BROCKHAMPTON) and laughed my tiny yet perky ass […]

Exclusive Review of Madison’s Soul House Sessions featuring HanLei.

I wish I could rewind to Sunday so that I can experience Madison’s Soul House Sessions all over again. If it wasn’t for the dull ache in my legs reminding […]

Music Review: Total Consumption and Other Acts @ The Black Heart, Camden

This Saturday at The Black Heart in Camden, I lost my Grindcore and death metal virginity with the help from a collection of brilliant bands- Total Consumption, Part Cannon, Kaasschaaf […]

Exclusive Review: Chasing Deer @ Hope and Anchor, Islington.

I spent my Saturday night stalking antelope. Beat that. What a night. For an emerging yet unsigned band in the UK, Chasing Deer possess an immense amount of charisma, the […]

Acknowledge and Advance Onto 2019

2019 is here. There, it’s been acknowledged – let’s move on. I find that if you give the new year a couple of days, the optimism and enthusiasm that once […]