Music Reviews

Coldplay – Everyday Life – review

Coldplay, a band whom need absolutely no introduction at this point, are back with a new album entitled ‘Everyday Life’, an album that is split into two halves, displaying the intriguing, risk-taking side of the group, as well as the side that can feel a little flat and lifeless. In the most impactful moments of […]

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David Gray – Ground Control Acoustic Sessions – EP review

David Gray has been treating fans to a different side of his latest record ‘Gold in a Brass Age’, with his newly released ‘Ground Control Acoustic Sessions’. He captures a calmness and a peacefulness that was dwelling just beneath the surface of the aforementioned record. ‘Gold in a Brass Age’ was once an electronic-heavy record, […]

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James Bay – Oh My Messy Mind – EP Review

English singer-songwriter James Bay has returned to our speakers in the form of a brand new EP entitled ‘Peer Pressure’. Throughout the four-track item he delves deep into his trademark lyrical mastery, which includes a duet with Julia Michaels three further songs that show exactly how he continues to grow as an artist.

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Weezer (Teal Album) – album review

Weezer are back with a collection of cover songs that shine brightest while the band remain in their comfort zone. After the success they had last year with the release of their version of Toto’s ‘Africa’ (likely thanks to the meme culture that’s currently alive and well on the internet) the group have decided to […]

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