Ben Howard is back! Noonday Dream is his third studio album and it comes four years after the release of I Forget Where We Were. Having burst onto the scene with the wonderful Every Kingdom back in 2011, I think we can all agree that the likes of ‘Old Pine’ and ‘Only Love’ are two… Read More Ben Howard – Noonday Dream | Album Review
Bloody hell, we’re halfway through the year already! It really shows how time is something we can never really control, as the second (pun) you feel in control, suddenly six months have flown by and you’re left wondering what the hell you’ve been doing. Fortunately, there’s been an absolute plethora of great music to help… Read More Favourite Albums of 2018 | So Far!
Parquet Courts have always been a band I’ve felt offered something special but just lacked that little dust of sunshine to make it click. Having been around since 2013 and building a solid discography since, it seems they have finally found that sunshine. Wide Awake! Is their new studio album, and well, I’d suggest not… Read More Parquet Courts – Wide Awake! | Release of the Week
The Year Dot is the new album from Firestations. It’s their second album and I was excited to check it out after hearing their excellent single ‘Build A Building’ which still receives heavy rotation to this day. It kicks off the record in a great way with it’s lead hook still plinking it’s way into… Read More Firestations – The Year Dot | Album Review
Five years after the career-defining AM and what’s felt like a long, long time of waiting, Arctic Monkeys are back. Alex Turner and co return with their sixth studio album and arguably their most creative and ambitious yet, Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino. Let’s just throw in some real talk right here – this is… Read More Arctic Monkeys – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino | Album Review
At the start of the year I reviewed ‘Terrified’, the new single from Isaac Gracie. At this point, Isaac had gone from recording demos in his bedroom to being offered record deals left and right, suddenly thrusting him beyond the eternal pool of budding musicians into the spotlight marked “The next Jeff Buckley.” Mad. Back… Read More Isaac Gracie – Isaac Gracie | Album Review