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Album Review: Pure Comedy by Father John Misty

Rating: 5/5 Josh Tillman has become a celebrity over the course of the last couple of years. He achieved moderate notoriety as the drummer for the Fleet Foxes, and after a series of more sombre albums under the moniker ‘J. Tillman’, but Father John Misty – the cynical, self-loathing maverick who, in 2015’s I Love …Read More

The XX-I See You

Rating: The London trio have not disappointed with their new album. After teasing fans with the release of two singles, ‘On Hold’ and ‘Say something loving’, the album was finally released January 13th. I See You brings a new sound for the group, although they haven’t completely abandoned the sounds of their previous albums ‘co-exist’ …Read More

Lady Gaga – Joanne

Rating: As a massive fan of Lady Gaga, this review is bound to be biased. However, no one can deny that this refreshing change to authentic country music hasn’t come as a pleasant surprise. This move to a country sound in her brand new album Joanne was supposedly inspired by her imagining of a regular …Read More

Solange Knowles – A Seat at the Table

Rating: Solange has undoubtedly earned her seat at the table with her fresh new album that dropped on the 27th September. The album is the work of a woman who has fully matured in her art, she has embraced a new sound and perspective which has manifested itself in a creation that isn’t far from …Read More

The Last Shadow Puppets – Everything You’ve Come To Expect

Rating: It’s been a long time coming, the sequel to 2008’s The Age of Understatement, and eight years on The Last Shadow Puppets’ sophomore effort had big shoes to fill. Fresh off the back of two number-one Arctic Monkeys albums, Alex Turner teamed up with his friend Miles Kane off The Rascals to produce the …Read More

Snarky Puppy – Family Dinner Vol. II

Rating: It’s so hard to write a review about a band that’s as unique as Snarky Puppy. It’s just so rare to see a band who’ve simply release album after album with practically universal acclaim. That ridiculously frustrating paradox to make something that’s so incredibly virtuosic and creative, but still crucially accessible to the masses, …Read More

The Crookes – Lucky Ones

Rating: Name hailing from the suburb of Crookes in Sheffield, indie pop connoisseurs The Crookes have been busy in the past eight years creating five albums, winning The Guardian Band of the day (2009) and setting up their own record label. This year they’re back with yet another album of toe tapping, head bobbing bangers …Read More

Good Tiger – A Head Full Of Moonlight

It’s so refreshing to have new artists like this. An incredibly successful Indiegogo campaign, plus support from fans hailing from all walks of metal and alt-rock, pretty much completely predicted that this would be a super-group to look out for. But Good Tiger are so much more than that. With members rising from the ashes …Read More

Half Moon Run – Sun Leads Me On

Canadian four-piece Half Moon Run returned to the music scene after three long years with their second album Sun Leads Me On [7/10], which certainly leads you on the band’s journey over the past few years. The most obvious difference from their debut is not only their distinctly different sound but also the wide range …Read More