After coming it close to calling it a day, recording the infamous lost album that was ‘Cigarettes & Valentines’ and restarting afresh, it was back in 2004 that Green Day finally released ‘American Idiot’ and on this very day in that very year, gained their first ever UK number one album!
Few careers are as impressive as the one of Sir Paul McCartney. From The Beatles, to Wings, to his now 17 album-long solo career, Sir Paul McCartney has been active in the music scene for nearly six decades. The question is: can Paul’s music still be fresh after all his previous releases?
When it comes to the Track Of The Day at In Key, we often share something a little more vintage with you for you all to enjoy. Today is no different, although we’ve gone for a little bit more of a modern update on it! Ladies and gentlemen… ‘Johnny Remember Me’!
Three years after the extended re-release of her debut ‘Chaleur Humaine’, Christine & The Queens are back with her second studio album ‘Chris’, an exploration into androgyny and sexuality. Does it match up to it’s predecessor though? Find out inside…
The trees were haunted, their shadows dancing in the flickering light of our campfire, stabbing in and out of the dark, a ghost story that hadn’t been told yet. We, a few intrepid travellers, had stopped for the night; our bindles perched next to trees we sat down and set up… (Words to start a Grindcore review with).