In Key Magazine’s very own Dutch delight Vita takes you through her top ten albums of 2018, with lots of top notch Pop-Punk, Rock and Alternative goodies for you to enjoy!
In Key Magazine’s metal and cynical chap in chief Nick takes you through his top ten albums of 2018, with lots of top notch Metal, Rock and Alternative goodies for you to enjoy!
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.
Editor’s Disclaimer: All opinions expressed in this review are that of it’s Author and do not represent In Key Magazine as a whole. Please be advised for the gratuitous use of very strong language and adult themes, that some may find offensive, right from the very start.
Manchester based Punk Rock band Without Andrew don’t sit still. After delivering their sixteen track long sophomore album ‘With Great Power Comes Great Irresponsibility’ last year, yet if their’s one thing we can guarantee with new album ‘Dead On Arrival’, it’s that its anticipated arrival won’t be a dead one.
After years of sold out tickets and missed dates, when we finally got our hands on a pair of Florence & The Machine tickets for the Manchester date of her most recent UK Tour, we were thrilled. Did it live up to our expectations though? Find out inside…
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?).
For those of you who live outside the realm of BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge, you may not have noticed why, or who, the 1975 is, and their prominent feature on the programme recently. The answer is simple: they’re back with a new album, and eager to flaunt it.