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REVIEW: Half A Sixpence, Noel Coward Theatre

This review comes after having seen Cameron Mackintosh’s reworked revival of the classic musical: ‘Half a Sixpence’ for the second time, five months after having seen it the first time […]

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Album of the Week: Kendrick Lamar’s Damn

I’m just going cut straight to the chase – Damn is the best album of 2017. Lamar is too good for any other artist to catch him (sorry Drake). Saying […]

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SINGLE REVIEW: HARRY STYLES ‘SIGN OF THE TIMES’

★★★  There are many surprises in Harry Style’s new single, ‘Sign of the Times’ – the most anticipated solo debut since Zayn Malik’s reasonably credible album, Mind of Mine. Malik’s […]

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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: 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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SINGLE PREMIER: Sophie Longshaw’s ‘Hold You’

As a follow up to her stunning debut single releases in 2016 (which include a truly haunting cover of Muse’s ‘Supermassive Black Hole’), singer-songwriter Sophie Longshaw has returned with ‘Hold […]

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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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Love & Misadventure by Lang Leav: Reclaiming Simplicity

Love is complicated; ‘Love & Misadventure’ is not. In my opinion, it takes skill to capture such a nuanced experience so well when using such simple, plaintive prose.

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Introducing: The Velvet Hands

London based band Velvet Hands have caused quite a stir in the year that they’ve been around. Self releasing their first two singles; ‘Games’ and ‘Habit’, they picked up some […]