Tool are back after fifteen years, with a brand new album in the shape of ‘Fear Inoculum’. Were we taken to a higher plain of existence, only accessible by fans of Tool, Rick & Morty and peanut butter, marmite and cheese sandwiches? No, not really. Find out why inside…
If you do nothing else today, why not take a few minutes to learn about one of the world’s most creative and adventurous DJ’s and Producers? Ladies and gentleman, we bring you Mr. Scruff!
At 8pm on a Saturday in June, I sat patiently waiting for the writers of 2018’s best album, ‘Double Negative’, by none other than Low, to play the John Peel Stage at Glastonbury Festival…
Six years since the band split, My Chemical Romance remain one of the greatest emo/pop punk bands to ever have graced this planet. Here’s a guide to everything MCR.
Queen will always be relevant, not only because of the Bohemian Rhapsody film, but because they are the world’s best band. Here’s a guide to a band that will forever be in our hearts.
On March 4th 2019, the music world was shaken to its very core after hearing of the unexpected and tragic passing of The Prodigy’s frontman, Keith Flint
It’s a bold claim to say that any singular album changed you as a music fan, but that’s exactly what I’m saying about Paramore’s Brand New Eyes. Time for its moment in our spotlight as the next contender for Teen Angst Anthems…
We’re still living on the hype of Cher’s ABBA tribute album from last year, so it seemed like a great time to bring you a guide to one of music’s leading ladies!
A poet’s guide to Valentine’s Day, as told through predominantly depressing songs and observations that make you wonder whether or not someone should give the author a call to check he is okay (plot twist, he is fine, this is just who he is fundamentally as a person).
In Key Magazine’s very own Abba fanatic and Rock & Roll Queen takes you through her top ten albums of 2018, with lots of top notch Rock, Pop and Alternative goodies for you to enjoy!