All posts tagged pop

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 […]

Coffee House Sessions Interview #3 – Tom Pointer

Back with another week of free live music, Coffee House Sessions now brings us Tom Pointer, performing at Drapers Bar & Kitchen 1pm Tuesday 31st January. You’d describe your music […]

Coffee House Sessions Interview #2 – Sonia Stein

The second Coffee House Session is with singer Sonia Stein, performing in Drapers Bar & Kitchen 1pm Tuesday 24th January: You’d describe your music as…   Singer-songwriter pop You’re currently […]

Album Review: The Weeknd – ‘Starboy’

★★★★ The Weeknd’s third album Starboy marks his transformation from the mysterious singer who anonymously posted his mixtapes online to a mainstream star. The Weeknd’s uncomfortable relationship with fame is […]

Festival Review: Mirrors

The time is 5pm, a misty London afternoon, and St John’s at Hackney is docile. For the young couple walking their bemused dog, the scene is quiet and still. All […]

In conversation with: Gabriel Bruce

With three years since his debut album – having been delayed by a troubled personal life – and playing only a few sporadic live dates this year, Gabriel Bruce’s return […]

Review: Afropunk London 2016

  Afropunk’s inaugural London event was met with a fair share of criticism in its lead up, besides a headline change seeing MIA dropped and replaced by Grace Jones (for […]

The Best of Bestival

Bestival didn’t get the best of press this year by some reviews as it downsized to its scale of 5 years ago and use of plain plastic wristbands instead of […]

In Conversation with: Twin Atlantic

Twin Atlantic‘s 4th new album ‘GLA’ has been freshly released this Friday 9th September. Josie Durney interviewed the band’s Ross McNae to ask him some questions about the new release […]