The Arctic Monkeys decided to take a whole new approach on their latest album Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino, by dropping their guitar riffs and replacing them with piano. 428 more words
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Every year of my professional life as a music critic, I’ve made year end lists. Sometimes it was because I simply had to do it, but more often (especially when I was younger) I did it because I thought it was fun. 412 more words
So pretty much all the songs that I listened to excessively this year fit the criteria anyway, but I’m only addressing songs released in 2018. There have, of course, been countless others from years gone by that I’ve given plenty of time to this year (such as Multi-Love by Unknown Mortal Orchestra), but we want to keep this to a digestible length… … 2,395 more words
Never been much of a fan of the Arctic Monkeys. I liked the first album, then they seemed to lift off into mainstream rock and global success as the new Oasis. 472 more words
Arctic Monkeys’ Matt Helders to open cafe in Sheffield and fans think it'll only be four stars out of five
Arctic Monkeys’ Matt Helders appears to have taken a leaf out of Tim Burgess’ book and is opening his own cafe.
That’s right, the 32-year-old has returned to Sheffield to open the gaff and announced the news to his followers just last night. 410 more words