All posts tagged rock

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Why ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ Epitomises Everything Wrong with Hollywood’s Current Approach to Movie Making.

Late last week, the new trailer for Columbia Pictures’ new reboot of Jumanji hit the internet, led by Hollywood’s new favourite leading man Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson alongside Kevin Hart […]

Upset Magazine

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 […]

Hajo Müller

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 […]

Primal Magazine

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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In Conversation with: VANT

VANT are our generation’s new rock band. They’re political and unmissable – they have already been featured as one of Annie Mac’s Hottest Records. Josie interviewed lead vocalist/ guitarist Mattie […]

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In Conversation With: JAWS

After a swirling, jangly indie breakthrough with their debut album Be Slowly in 2014, Birmingham three-piece JAWS have returned with their second, heavier and more determined offering – Simplicity. I […]

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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 […]

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Festival Preview: Mirrors

Following the success of its 2015 debut, MIRRORS returns to Hackney for its sophomore year. With an eclectic range of artists, the one day festival promises to offer a much-needed […]