Lewis Watson – The Morning (Review)

It’s been a good year for British singer-songwriters thus far. As I sit down to type this Ed Sheeran has just announced that X has sold 182,000 copies in its opening week – the highest first week sales of 2014 six months in. Granted, Lewis Watson’s first album won’t sell as many copies upon release,… Read More Lewis Watson – The Morning (Review)

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Music Submissions 9: Mosey Jones / dressmaker / Distorted Harmony / Left In The Wake / Nurture & Antpile / Dr. Lakata

Mosey Jones – Spinning (EP) After two years away Spinning marks the return of Brooklyn-based trio Mosey Jones, and given how good it is it’s probably good to have them back. The band play a style of emo / indie-rock 90’s style, and although their nostalgic blend isn’t entirely unique the four tracks that make up their… Read More Music Submissions 9: Mosey Jones / dressmaker / Distorted Harmony / Left In The Wake / Nurture & Antpile / Dr. Lakata

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Music Submissions 8: GRYSCL / Musique Le Pop / Seth Paul Macchi / Kaninchen / Pissghetti / Everybody Looks Famous

I haven’t got around to putting one of these posts together for a month now, so apologies for that, but in that time there’s been a lot of stuff sent in, some of which I’ve written about below. If you want to send something my way then please feel free using the means on my… Read More Music Submissions 8: GRYSCL / Musique Le Pop / Seth Paul Macchi / Kaninchen / Pissghetti / Everybody Looks Famous

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Linkin Park – The Hunting Party (Review)

Linkin Park are a proper rock band again. It’s okay, let out a sigh of relief; nobody’s going to blame you for being apprehensive during the build-up to The Hunting Party, a record the band have openly described as ‘heavy’ numerous times pre-release. They were right, mostly, because the bands sixth studio album sounds like… Read More Linkin Park – The Hunting Party (Review)

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