Surely it can’t be twelve whole years since the late, great Amy Winehouse released her seminal second album ‘Back To Black’? Apparently it really has…
Here at In Key Magazine, we took some of our team out to round up 2018 in brief. The highs, the lows, the disappointments and our hopes for 2019! You can find out more inside…
If you like your music on the heavier side, then make sure that before 2018 comes to an end, you discover Deaf Row, with their new EP in the form of ‘Buried Alive’. Trust us, you will thank us later.
Fifty one years since his tragic passing at the hands of a plane crash, we celebrate the Soul legend that is Otis Redding, with arguably the most influential track of his career.
Evanescence are on absolute top form for the powerhouse that is ‘My Immortal’, along with a moody video shot entirely in black and white (the most tragic and angsty colour scheme of them all don’t you know?).
No, you haven’t suddenly lurched forward a couple of decades, it is not The Clash who wrote the now Punk classic, ‘I Fought The Law’, but rather The Crickets, who released it on this day all the way back in 1960!
Today we remember the one and only Scott Weiland, frontman of Stone Temple Pilots and Velvet Revolver, as well as being a successful artist in his own right with multiple solo projects, on the third anniversary of his tragic death following a cardiac arrest
It’s coming up to the Christmas period, so it may shock you to know that Michael Bublé has a new album out in the form of ‘Love’. News of the week right there eh?
‘Magical Mystery Tour’ is, honestly, nothing special. It’s a failed attempt at psychedelic quirkiness that outstays its welcome quick. ‘Yellow Submarine’ is responsible for way too many people falling off The Beatles before ever giving them a chance. Yet, the B-sides are ace…
“Skrillex? Oh you mean Sonny!”