Music

Film review: Taylor Swift – The Eras Tour

Film review: Taylor Swift – The Eras Tour

Taylor Alison Swift is larger than life in this high energy ‘The Eras Tour’ concert filmed at the packed 70,000 capacity ‘SoFi’ Stadium in California. Distributed through AMC Theatres and Cinemark Theatres after negotiations with major studios fell through Taylor …read more

Album review: Esben and the Witch – Hold Sacred

Album review: Esben and the Witch – Hold Sacred

Esben and the Witch, the Brighton-based band known for their ethereal and genre-defying sound, returns with their sixth studio album, Hold Sacred. Will they hold true to their nature? Will they continue to defy musical boundaries with their trademark introspection …read more

Album review: Alison Goldfrapp – The Love Invention

Album review: Alison Goldfrapp – The Love Invention

Alison Goldfrapp, the enigmatic and versatile artist, has spent over three decades gracefully weaving her way through the electronic music landscape, refusing to be confined by labels or expectations. Now, with ‘The Love Invention’, her long-awaited debut solo album, she …read more

Album review: Ed Sheeran – (Subtract)

Album review: Ed Sheeran – (Subtract)

Ed Sheeran’s latest album, -, pronounced ‘Subtract’, marks a shift from his usual upbeat and pop-infused sound, as you probably guessed from the negative vibe from subtract amidst all his other mathematical titles. This fifth and final instalment of the …read more

Album review: Unearth – The Wretched; the Ruinous

Album review: Unearth – The Wretched; the Ruinous

With their eighth studio album, The Wretched; The Ruinous, the Massachusetts metalcore warriors Unearth are marking their 25th anniversary and the first album without founding guitarist Ken Susi. However, this will go to show if their best years are behind …read more

Album review: The Tallest Man on Earth – Henry St.

Album review: The Tallest Man on Earth – Henry St.

The Tallest Man on Earth, the musical moniker of Swedish singer-songwriter Kristian Matsson, has always been synonymous with intimate and introspective folk music.   However, with his seventh album, Henry St., Matsson unveils a new chapter in his musical journey, …read more

Album review: LA Priest – Fase Luna

Album review: LA Priest – Fase Luna

Fase Luna, the third studio album by LA Priest, ventures into uncharted territories, showcasing a departure from the artist’s signature sound. While it is commendable to see an artist experiment and take risks, will it pay off for LA Priest …read more

Tech advice: The unique sound of vinyl

Tech advice: The unique sound of vinyl

The unique sound of vinyl Tracing its roots back to the nineteenth century gramophone, the humble turntable has been entertaining us at home for generations. During that time, a myriad of rivalling technologies have come and, in many cases, gone. …read more

Album review: BRAIDS – Euphoric Recall

Album review: BRAIDS – Euphoric Recall

Having formed in 2006 over a blueberry muffin in a high school in Calgary, art rock trio BRAIDS have been experimenting with their sound since their inception. Not quite genre-defying, but never resting creatively, how will their latest album, Euphoric …read more