I wish I was too cool for Lana but alas, I am only human and I, much like many others, struggle to resist moping around in her three-minute long Los Angeles-tinted daydream.
One album from Mark E. Smith & Friends (more commonly known as The Fall) reviewed every day for a month? Is it madness, genius, bravery or some combination of the three to undertake such a task? We don’t know, but he’s the first part of our discoveries of what happens when you do just that!
There was almost playful experimentation with some of the arrangements and as such it held the room (albeit that the room I refer to was my living room) perfectly. If that isn’t praise enough for ‘Idiot Prayer’, the brand new live show from Nick Cave, we don’t know what would be!
Nick Cave is, without doubt, one of the greatest and most prolific lyricists of a generation. Here he is back with the Bad Seeds for a surprise new album in the form of ‘Ghosteen’. Find out what we though inside…
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).
When it comes to the Track Of The Day at In Key, we often share something a little more vintage with you for you all to enjoy. Today is no different, although we’ve gone for a little bit more of a modern update on it! Ladies and gentlemen… ‘Johnny Remember Me’!
Here at In Key Magazine, we let our resident Poetry master Alex Vellis take you on the first part of his guide through some of his personal top tunes. Find out what he’s picked inside…