After half a decade, Tunng have returned with their highly anticipated sixth studio album, ‘Songs You Make At Night’. How does it stand though? Find out more inside…
A huge amount of time has passed since 2003, but has the world really changed that much? Fifteen years after it topped the UK charts, Black Eyed Peas’ ‘Where Is The Love’ still carries a lot of weight.
Here to improve your day at least a little bit is Ohmme, a Chicago based duo that revel in the experimental. So why not check out what we thought of their brand new album ‘Parts’ right here?
Today, we are introducing you to The Lemon Twigs, with their second full-length album ‘Go To School’, a sixteen-track musical, telling the story of an adopted chimp named Shane who is raised by his human parents, Bill and Carol. Intrigued? We thought so! Find out more inside…
What with the second Mama Mia movie creating a brand new dose of Abbamania to sweep the world, we thought we simply had to bring you a little guide to one of the world’s greatest Pop outfits of all time!
Few bands can pull off sounding like their music is from a different era without sounding satirical or crass. However, Austin rockers White Denim have proved that they have skills and imagination in abundance. As a result, their new album ‘Performance’ sounds like it has come straight from the 70s.
Death Cab For Cutie aren’t strangers to melancholy. Their entire discography plays with sorrow, unsatisfied yearning and all the things you never want to feel. But on their ninth studio album ‘Thank You For Today’, there seems to have been a shift in the norm.
After producing (and sometimes engineering) six albums completely on their own, you would imagine that El Ten Eleven would be stuck in their ways. However, this doesn’t seem to be the case.
How does someone choose the greatest Michael Jackson song of all time? Answer: they don’t, there isn’t one, they all rock.