2018 EPs/Albums

Ronald Maas – Aries (EP Review)

Ron's been an important sideman for sometime now more than a frontman, but things have definitely changed with this new adventure. His first EP under his name, the four track EP, "Aries" is exciting and blends in all of Ron's skills that he's learnt so far. This doesn't mean that he'll stop being a sideman, he will… Continue reading Ronald Maas – Aries (EP 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

Hush Mozey – Tales of Bigotry (EP Review)

Being their debut release, "Tales of Bigotry" is a strong EP for Hush Mozey and they definitely should be ready for their future, because through my eyes, it seems pretty bright. Their music delivers influences from punk, grunge, ska and "drowsy rock and roll." The Bristol based band have grown a following and have even took to the stage at Y-Not… Continue reading Hush Mozey – Tales of Bigotry (EP Review)

2018 Singles

The Pink Diamond Revue ft Legpuppy – Acid Dol (Single Review)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIr2hQEWKNc Aspects of eccentric style of music; The Pink Diamond Revue have released a new song (14th Feb) about their front "person", who is known to be from another dimension. Acid Dol is a biographical song purely about their "doll", and already, I'm slightly freaked out of this mannequin. On the song, Legpuppy, a trip-hop/dance band feature and… Continue reading The Pink Diamond Revue ft Legpuppy – Acid Dol (Single Review)

2018 EPs/Albums

Million Empire – Visceral (EP Review)

Million Empire have been on the circuit for about 10 years now and the band have really gotten their names across around the West Midlands music scene. With their new EP "Visceral" due for release on 30th March, Visceral is their 3rd EP to date. With influences heavily from the 90's alternative rock scene, you can hear the… Continue reading Million Empire – Visceral (EP Review)

2018 Singles

Discount Columbo – Left Behind (Single Review)

Brit-pop influenced band from Bristol, Discount Columbo, have been generating a following for some time now. While gigging all over the country, their sets have been known to feature bold, energetic songs. I'll definitely be checking them out live very soon. Having released 3 EP's within 2 years along with a few singles here and there,… Continue reading Discount Columbo – Left Behind (Single Review)

1970 Albums, Classic Album Review

Pink Floyd – Animals (Classic Album Review)

"Animals" is a concept album that gives us a thought of what life was like in the 1970's with politics being a main part of everyone's life. It's the 10th studio album by the iconic rock band that is "Pink Floyd". It's also one of the most progressive albums that they made with the concept behind it… Continue reading Pink Floyd – Animals (Classic Album Review)

1980 Albums, Classic Album Review

Kate Bush – Hounds of Love (Classic Album Review)

She is known for her distinctive voice and extraordinary compositions, but Kate Bush is still a lot more than that. She is the Queen of Art Pop/Rock, in my eyes. I decided to write a "classic album review" for the first time, and what better than reviewing one of Bush's masterpieces; "Hounds of Love." It is… Continue reading Kate Bush – Hounds of Love (Classic Album Review)