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The old Taylor is calling... she's not dead? Folklore review

The lack of fanfare, cryptic teasers and annoying elad single mark out folklore from the rest of Taylor Swift’s discography. However instead of feeling rushed or out of place, folklore manages to distill the essence of Swift’s best songwriting, omitting the radio gimmicks and sarcastic remarks in favour of swathes of synthesizers and strings. 518 more words


SOURCE - Nubya Garcia

There are a few times a year when the hairs on the back of my neck stand up when I know I’ve just heard one of the best bodies of music in a long time. 335 more words


Interview With Stevie Beerkens Of The Faim

Feature image courtesy of Mac Praed

The Faim are an alternative band from Perth, Australia consisting of Josh Raven (vocals), Stephen Beerkens (bass/keys), Sam Tye (guitar) and Linden Marrisen (drums). 344 more words


'The Big Plan' - How Four Young People are Planning to Help Save our Music Venues

Whilst we’re in the midst of a global pandemic and with the world that quite literally feels like it is going to fall apart, Piran Aston, Katie Macbeth, Niamh Pillinger and Eden Robinshaw met through social media and decided to make a change by raising funds to save our beloved music venues. 303 more words


In September of 2017, I had the fantastic opportunity of a brief interview with Alcest frontman, Neige, right at the beginning of the band’s tour to promote…

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The Magic of Music in Cinema

How Trainspotting’s soundtrack revolutionised cinematic adaptations

Trainspotting is the first novel of the Scottish writer, Irvine Welsh, published under Secker and Warburg in 1993. The book depicts the world of Edinburgh, and documents the lives of a hedonistic group of addicts who make up the underbelly of the city. 2,070 more words


LP: A Hero's Death - Fontaines D.C.

Fontaines D.C. formed in 2017 and released their debut album, Dogrel, in April 2019. Dogrel was nominated for the Mercury Prize and named album of the year by Rough Trade and BBC 6 Music. 1,304 more words