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The second LP from London four-piece Wolf Alice is in many ways an extension of their impressive debut of two years ago, and sees them refine the volatile, shape-shifting time-bomb that is their sound in a hugely assured manner. 619 more words

Album Reviews

Wolf Alice - Visions of a Life

With most of the music world’s biggest organisations in high praise of everything Wolf Alice produce, Visions of a Life has received full marks for an album that is far from being perfect. 574 more words


Gotta See It, Gotta Hear It! (July 2017)

After a lengthy break from blog writing, this is a new feature that I’ll be posting on a monthly basis. I’ll be covering some of the best TV series or films that I have watched and also the artists and their music that I have particularly enjoyed listening to each month. 893 more words


LYSSNA: Wolf Alice - Don't Delete The Kisses

Londonbandet är i hemlandet ett av de mest populära indiebanden som blomstrat upp senaste åren. 2015 släppte man efter en lång och hypad uppladdning debuten… 90 more words


Openers for The 1975- Colouring & Pale Waves

Fillmore Auditorium
Denver, Colorado
May 6th & 7th


It didn’t take long for the opening band Colouring, to take ahold of the crowd. Within seconds of their first song… 273 more words


Music | Review: The Japanese House @ Supersonic, Paris 28/04/2017

It’s fair to say that The 1975’s Matty Healy has a keen ear even for his own songs, but when he picked up on Amber Bain’s solo project of The Japanese House, it must have been fantastic to imagine sharing a stage in sold-out arenas years later, which he and the group did with the Dirty Hit protege. 269 more words


Interview: Pale Waves

Pale Waves are providing the uplifting tunes we need to welcome in the long-awaited festival season and sunshine that comes with it. Formed by a university friendship and a shared love for 90s pop and Madonna, the four members – Heather Baron-Gracie (Vocals, Guitar), Ciara Doran (Drums), Hugo Silvani (Guitar) and Charlie Wood (Bass) – have exploded onto the scene with a shimmering new track, There’s A Honey. 913 more words