Is it smart to stand on the beach for hours on a cold, windy evening, right after recovering from pneumonia? Probably not. But is it worth it if it means seeing Keane perform again after their hiatus of nearly six years? No doubt about it
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!
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.
Even though ‘Like A Shadow’ is only the band’s seventh song to appear on Spotify, the Cardiff-based Holding Absence already sound like a mature band with a sound of their own.
Muse are known for their ambitious albums, and ‘Simulation Theory’ is no exception to the rule. Does it meet it’s own ambition though?
It’s time to warm yourself up with this top five of frightening tunes, because ‘This Is Halloween’! Concluding our writers picks for the day is Vita, with a hauntingly Rock filled selection!
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?
So far, 2018 has been a great year for Fall Out Boy. They released their 7th full-length album MANIA at the start of this year and have been touring all over the world for it since. Still, they show no sign of slowing down and have even released a brand new EP in the form of ‘Lake Effect Kid’!
Trading their 50’s attire and Pop-Punk musical style for clothes and a sound inspired by Emo legends such as Funeral For a Friend and 2004-era My Chemical Romance, As It Is are not afraid to shake things up on their 3rd album, ‘The Great Depression’.
The release of ‘Golden Age’ marks Houndmouth’s third studio album and the first since the amicable departure of keyboardist Katie Toupin. The Indie trio from Indiana has delivered ten new songs for our aural enjoyment and they are happily received!