Music Reviews

5 October 2013

Matt Goss - 'Life You Imagine' - Album Review

Matt Goss is a recognisable face in Las Vegas due to his long-running weekly residency in the location, which has inspired a new project. “I wanted to write an uplifting album ...
4 October 2013

Kid Karate - Lights Out - EP Review

A lot of noise would be one way to describe Kid Karate's EP debut. After a successful debut US tour and performances at the Irish festival circuit, the pair now have ...

3 October 2013

Emma Stevens - 'Riptide' - Single Review

Emma Stevens is certainly one to keep an eye on. Uplifting and toe-tapping are just some ways to describe her upcoming single 'Riptide', which possesses all the things a great pop ...

2 October 2013

Chris Simmons - 'The Occupant' - Single Review

Chris Simmons is a very interesting artist, with a rich tone to his voice that invites you in and leaves you wanting to hear more and more of what he ...

2 October 2013

Elton John - The Diving Board - Album Review

Coming in with those familiar and extraordinary piano skills, Elton John shows he's still the storyteller that enchanted so many at the beginning of his now-extensive career. 'Oscar Wilde Gets Out' ...
30 September 2013

Talisman - 'I-Surrection' - Album Review

Talisman have released their third studio album, 'I-Surrection' following their reform in 2011, and it does well in showing off their skills within the sometimes-overlooked reggae genre. The timeless tunes are ...

30 September 2013

Magic Brothers - 'The Magic Line' - Album Review

Madness drummer Daniel Woodgate, AKA 'Woody' has teamed up with his younger brother Nick Woodgate to release new album 'The Magic Line' under the name Magic Brothers. Nick and Woody do ...

30 September 2013

Kiki Dee & Carmelo Luggeri - 'A Place Where I Can Go' - Album Review

Kiki Dee has cause to celebrate in 2013. It marks 50 years in music for the English singer, who's most notably recognised for her 1976 hit 'Don't Go Breaking My ...

30 September 2013

Candy Says - 'Kiss Kill' - Single Review

Four piece lo-fi chic pop band Candy Says are certainly something to get excited about. Vintage organs (Ben Walker), and guitars (Elisa Zoot) are used to create modern sounds alongside Mike ...

30 September 2013

Agnes Obel - 'Aventine' - Album Review

Following the 2010 release of Agnes Obel's debut album 'Philharmonics', an invite-only gig at St Pancras Church on September 4 of this year and an iTunes Festival performance just under ...

25 September 2013

Scarlette Fever - 'Single White Female' - EP Review

Scarlette Fever is set to release new EP 'Single White Female' on Sunday September 29 via Starfisch Records, proving that energetic and raw acoustic vocals can still truly impress. The British ...
25 September 2013

Luke Temple - 'Florida' - Single Review

Luke Temple's first album 'Here We Go Magic' was a gem, and he has now released the second single off his much-anticipated second record 'Good Mood Fool'. The track, titled 'Florida' ...

24 September 2013

Dani Wilde - 'Loving You' - Single Review

Blues and Soul singer Dani Wilde sings with a sense of honesty and soul that is rarely seen in today's industry. Her falsettos and crooning take the forefront in new ballad ...

30 August 2013

Olly Murs – Right Place Right Time – Single Review

We always remember that Olly finished second to Joe McElderry on X Factor back in 2009. However, it appears that the runners up always have more success than the actual ...
30 August 2013

Decade – Brain freeze – Single Review

Hailing from Bath, this Quintet has a very distinctive alternative rock sound. They are currently working on their debut album and after hearing the leading single Brain Freeze, I am ...
30 August 2013

Exit Calm – When They Rise Review

Exit Calm have an authentic sound, their single When They Rise showcases the raspy vocals of lead singer Nicky Smith, highlights some impressive guitar riffs and comes to an epic ...
30 August 2013

Suzie Stapleton – Obladi Diablo - EP Review

Suzie Stapleton definitely isn’t a pop artist, her new EP titled Obladi Diablo translates that Pop music is evil. So if you’re a fan of the likes of Bieber, this ...
30 August 2013

Mikill Pane – Summer In The City – Single Review

After signing to Mercury records a few years ago, Mikill has made his imprint in the music industry. He has already worked with some of the hottest producers in the ...
29 August 2013

Josh Taerk – Grace – Single Review

Josh Taerk might just be the latest artist to add to your iTunes this summer. His heartfelt, poignant track Grace describes a sad story of losing a love you still ...
29 August 2013

Kitten Forever - Pressure – Album Review

Kitten Forever kicks off their album Pressure with a 43 second track that mostly consists of words including ‘Do you wanna get loud?  Yeah, you know you wanna’ over and ...
29 August 2013

Death By Sexy – Burning Like A Fever – Single Review

Burning like a Fever is a brilliant atmospheric taste of what’s to come for this five-piece band. Death By Sexy is made up of Frontman Jimmy Sweet from LA and ...
29 August 2013

Flyte – Over And Out – Single Review

There is a lot of buzz surrounding this new band after they played a sold out show last week at The Lexington. They are currently unsigned but they are already ...
28 August 2013

Liz Hanley – The Ecstasy of St. Cecilia – Album Review

The opening track Bodenstown Churchyard begins with a haunting a capella vocal. Hanley raw vocal soothes the ears with this an ear-pleasing song based on the traditional Irish song Tone’s ...
28 August 2013

Outroads – I Am Happy – Album Review

Hailing from Sheffield, Outroads is a talented group of nine musicians that have their own distinctive sound. Lead vocalist Geoff Walsh enthrals with his raspy tone, which layers with charming ...
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