2019 Albums

Maggie Rogers – Heard It In A Past Life (Review)

After finding long-awaited fame from a viral video of Pharrell Williams listening to her debut track “Alaska”, Maggie Rogers dropped her debut album on Friday. "Heard It In A Past Life" features 5 tracks that have already been released as either promo’s or on her debut EP “Now That The Light is Fading.” With 7… Continue reading Maggie Rogers – Heard It In A Past Life (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Tiger Bay – Sesh. Love. Sun. Style

A music project created by Brad Hunter, Tiger Bay, as he had so many new musical ideas that he didn’t feel were being fulfilled in his path at the time. Part of the Cardiff’s music scene, you could say his latest release “Sesh. Love. Sun. Style” is a concept EP, each song showcases each element. "I wrote this E.P… Continue reading Tiger Bay – Sesh. Love. Sun. Style

2018 Singles

Restless Youth – My Medicine (Review)

The third studio release from Theo, known as Restless Youth, is the personal track “My Medicine”. From Glastonbury in the UK, Theo began to write songs at the young age of 13 after being inspired by the history of reggae and artists such as the Marley family. Theo describes his songs as “protest music”, I… Continue reading Restless Youth – My Medicine (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

The Tenmours – Maze (Review)

Formed in December 2013 by Alex Johnston-Seymour & Ross Tennant, the talented songwriting duo became an important part in Folk Fusion. Folk fusion is fused with folk, rock and world music - all genres that will definitely get your feet stomping and your jaws dropping. They’re known for creating a true energetic experience at their… Continue reading The Tenmours – Maze (Review)

2018 Singles

Rob Challis – 3AM Tears (Single Review)

With inspirations taken from Ella Henderson, Adele and Sam Smith, Rob Challis has been causing quite a stir with his honest music. Having supported artists such as Quill & Bev Bevan, and playing numerous festivals, Rob’s journey so far has constantly progressed and he’s still just at the beginning. His latest single; "3am Tears" was released over… Continue reading Rob Challis – 3AM Tears (Single Review)

1990 Albums, Classic Album Review, My Favourite Albums

Jeff Buckley – Grace (Review)

In my eyes, "Grace" is the best album of all time. Without Grace, my life would be so much more different to how it is now. When I first found Jeff Buckley's music, it turned my life completely around and made me realise how much music means to me. It really opened my eyes to how much I want a career… Continue reading Jeff Buckley – Grace (Review)

2017 Albums

Phil Matthews (The Village) – Carnival of Fools (Review)

Phil Matthews aka The Village released his Carnival of Fools album back in 2017. With elements of traditional folk music and americana, Phil has built up a fan base around the Midlands. With influences from The Beatles to the Beach Boys, The Village's music is known to be a magical place for outsiders and oddballs. The album features tracks, "The Secret Garden" which he wrote in… Continue reading Phil Matthews (The Village) – Carnival of Fools (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Jack White – Boarding House Reach (Review)

The man, the myth and the legend is back with a killer third studio album since The White Stripes departed and in my absolute opinion, it's his best release since, with Lazaretto being a close second. In Boarding House Reach, we get to see Jack White in a completely different light. He's comfortable making this music and his has found a lot of… Continue reading Jack White – Boarding House Reach (Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Kayleigh Morgan – Settling (EP Review)

Due for release on April 7th, Kayleigh Morgan's new EP, "Settling" is one to definitely check out. The EP is soaked in motivational lyrics and dealing with issues of mental health. I'm absolutely loving how Kayleigh is so personal with her songs and gets so deep into the lyrics. She keeps you interested from the start,… Continue reading Kayleigh Morgan – Settling (EP Review)

2017 Albums

Robert Plant – Carry Fire (Review)

The Golden God himself is back with a stunning new album. His first solo album in three years, "Carry Fire" is raw and rhythmically oozing with influences. With help from his backing band "The Sensational Space Shifters" who are sensational, if I do say so myself (no pun intended), they create a well produced album produced… Continue reading Robert Plant – Carry Fire (Review)