Yoko Ono | Angel The remixes | Review

Yoko Ono | Angel The remixes | Review

Angel The remixes is the Yoko Ono follow up to her club chart topper “walking on thin Ice” . Angel (The remixes) is released under Twisted Records. I went into this very skeptical, not really sure what I should expect and with the assumption I’d hate it. I was nicely... read more
Introducing… Angel Olsen

Introducing… Angel Olsen

Who: First spotted as a backing vocalist for Bonnie Prince Billy, Missouri singer-songwriter Angel Olsen has developed into an enigmatic solo starlet, full of crooning honesty and dark majesty. Signed to renowned US indie label Jagjaguwar, her second album Burn Your... read more

Fantome | It All Makes Sense | LP Review

German born Hanin Elias has come a long way since her days in Atari Teenage Riot. The band split following the death of singer Carl Crack from a drug overdose in 2000. While ATR were known for hard core techno/metal and frenzied live performances, they were also... read more
Asking Alexandria photo review from Glasgow

Asking Alexandria photo review from Glasgow

Strobe lighting fills the Barras and illuminates the arched star covered ceiling and the cheering and screaming becomes deafening….this marks the arrival on stage of electronicore band Asking Alexandria, this was the second night of a double hit on Glasgow by the band... read more
Royal Blood Photo Review from Dublin

Royal Blood Photo Review from Dublin

Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher took to the stage in the Academy, Dublin on the crest of a wave. The duo better known to their swelling fan base as Royal Blood, are a Brighton based grunge rock two piece. They swelled and exploded onto the scene in early 2012. Royal Blood... read more
Steve Hackett Photo Review from Glasgow

Steve Hackett Photo Review from Glasgow

Legendary guitarist Steve Hackett has announced his Genesis Extended Tour, featuring a selection of classics to include some of the gems he had to sacrifice on the Award winning Genesis Revisited live shows. With a career and repertoire spanning decades between... read more
Josef Salvat | In Your Prime | EP Review

Josef Salvat | In Your Prime | EP Review

Josef Salvat is an Australian born artist based in London. In Your Prime is his latest EP released on 22nd September 2014. Salvat has been garnering much attention across the music press including Pitchfork and FADER. Peter Lester of The Guardian has pitted him as the... read more
Ben Howard | I Forget Where We Were | Album Review

Ben Howard | I Forget Where We Were | Album Review

Too often does it happen where a band or artist we follow disappoints in spectacular fashion following the release of a second album. Admittedly much of that disappointment comes from the perception we draw for ourselves of what that band should be, but it’s still... read more
Axes | Glory | Album Review

Axes | Glory | Album Review

Glory is the new album from Axes and promises to deliver as much diversity as the band’s cultural backgrounds – Essex, Iran, Scotland and Denmark come together in this action packed four-piece to offer up a stunning mix of genre spanning sounds. Following... read more