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Album review: Architects – Holy Hell

Album review: Architects – Holy Hell

For the uninitiated, Architects are a British metalcore band from Brighton, East Sussex, formed in 2004 by twin brothers Dan and Tom Searle. They have released 8 albums (including their lastest, Holy Hell) and have only gotten stronger and stronger with …read more

Album review: MUSE – Simulation Theory

Album review: MUSE – Simulation Theory

Muse have steadily moved to the point where they are releasing the eighth studio album of their career. They’ve never made a duff album, but have they ever made a classic, career defining one, like The Joshua Tree or Violator? …read more

Album review: The Prodigy – No Tourists

Album review: The Prodigy – No Tourists

The Prodigy, from Braintree, Essex, are pretty much an English institution now. They’ve been doing this for 28 years, you know. You’d think being still pretty high profile that their recent achievements in the field of science would’ve merited more …read more

Album review: Neneh Cherry – Broken Politics

Album review: Neneh Cherry – Broken Politics

Those under the age of 20 probably won’t remember Swedish singer Neneh Cherry or possibly recognise her big hit “7 Seconds” (a collaboration with Youssou N’Dour which won an MTV Europe Music Award) from the mid-90s. Whilst her fans might have …read more

Album review: Tim Hecker – Konoyo

Album review: Tim Hecker – Konoyo

If you’re not familiar with Tim Hecker, here’s a brief introduction: he’s a forty-something experimental electronic composer and ‘sound artist’. Very Japanese in flavour – Konoyo is his 9th full-length solo LP… The album is dense and foreboding, creating aural landscapes without …read more