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Album review: Pearl Jam – Gigaton

Album review: Pearl Jam – Gigaton

Perennial Kings of Grunge Rock music in the 90s, Pearl Jam are back with their first studio album in 7 years (the longest period between album releases for the band). A standalone single (“Can’t Deny Me”) was released back in …read more

Album review: The Weeknd – After Hours

Album review: The Weeknd – After Hours

Abel Makkonen Tesfaye aka The Weeknd is an artist who needs little introduction, and the enigmatic singer is on top form for his latest album, After Hours. This Canadian born singer, songwriter, actor and producer has been sharing his music …read more

Album review: Phantogram – Ceremony

Album review: Phantogram – Ceremony

Consisting of Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter, American Duo Phantogram has long teetered on the edge between dark, psychedelic electronica and pop-infused melodic hooks, always managing to tread the line with relative ease. It’s a formula that’s worked extremely well …read more

Album review: Jhene Aiko – Chilombo

Album review: Jhene Aiko – Chilombo

Following Jhene Aiko’s previous conceptual album Trip, and its accompanying short film and poetry book, Chilombo is far less extravagant. Instead of focussing on grief and loss, this year’s album is instead based mainly on relationship failures. These days Aiko …read more

Album review: Caribou – Suddenly

Album review: Caribou – Suddenly

After last reviewing Dan Snaith under his Daphni alias, we checked out his return as Caribou on his latest studio album Suddenly. He reportedly made almost 1000 loops and sketches since 2014’s Our Love, read on to hear what the …read more

Album review: Grimes – Miss Anthropocene

Album review: Grimes – Miss Anthropocene

Everyone’s favourite anti-pop star Grimes is back with a bang, her 5th album Miss Anthropocene is as fascinating as ever and demands your attention from the very first moment… Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Grimes, in case …read more

​Album review: King Krule – Man Alive!

​Album review: King Krule – Man Alive!

We last wrote about futuristic-traditionalist King Krule back in 2017, when we reviewed his Mercury Nominated Album The Ooz. Since then he has left London and had his first child, will this change of pace have any effect on his …read more

Album review: Kesha – High Road

Album review: Kesha – High Road

After a tough few years of law suits, touring and creating her own cosmetics line, Kesha returns once again with another upbeat pop record. Will she be able to revive the vibe that proved to be so successful on Animal …read more