Songs

Willie J Healey – Fashun – track review

The first thing that struck me about the Oxfordshire-born Willie J Healey upon first hearing ‘Fashun’, a song that has been taken from the upcoming album ‘Twin Heavy’, was the similarities to Bob Dylan’s earlier work.

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The Killers – My Own Soul’s Warning – review

If you’re looking for a certified banger, look no further than ‘My Own Soul’s Warning’. The Killers have released the third song to be taken from their upcoming album ‘Imploding The Mirage’ and it’s comfortably the best effort from that project thus far. Upon first listening to this track, my only thought was, “Why oh […]

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Music Reviews

The Strokes – The New Abnormal – album review

Synthesizer sorrow, coupled with creative risk taking. Desperate vocal delivery, backed up by slim, slick, harmonious guitar licks. Sad, poetic lyricism and crunchy distortion. The new ‘Strokes album is all of these things put together and more, yet somehow it all fits together and works so well.

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The new Mortal Vibrations rating system

From this point onwards Mortal Vibrations reviews will be packed with a score to accompany the written word when discussing albums or individual tracks. We feel this will aid the readers understanding of what we’re trying to convey in our reviews.

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Songs

Bush – Flowers on a Grave – track review

Gavin Rossdale proves he can still pen a clever, heartfelt lyric or two on ‘Flowers on a Grave’ and Bush still sound great while doing so. The single is the group’s most notable work since the 2017 full-length album ‘Black and White Rainbows’. Bush seem to be attempting at touching base with their rockier roots […]

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The Killers – Caution – track review

The Las Vegas rockers have returned from the desert with a new single entitled ‘Caution’. The track has been released to promote the upcoming record ‘Imploding the Mirage’, which is due to be released later this year.

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