TRANSVIOLET: “Seeing the World Not As It Is, But How It Could Be”

Among a wave of young artists writing songs which not only represent entertainment, but also a defiant statement that their generation is as aspirational and determined as any other previously, US electropop quartet Transviolet stand out not only for their brilliant music but also the message behind it. Sarah McTaggart (vocals), … Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Radiohead – ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’

Radiohead did it again and completely blew me away with their new album. After 5 years of over and over listening to The King of Limbs (2011) and other Radiohead masterpieces, A Moon Shaped Pool, their 9th studio album dropped on the 8th of May. After locking myself into a dark room for several days in … Continue reading

ONE SENTENCE REVIEWS: letlive. – “Reluctantly Dead”

Guess who’s back, back again – it’s One Sentence Reviews! Check out what the music team thought of the new single from soul punks letlive. Carolin Wolfsdorf – “Very generic rock, but alright to listen to.” Molly Pearson – “I’m not quite sure what to think – I feel like … Continue reading

ONE SENTENCE REVIEWS: The Strumbellas – “Spirits”

One Sentence Reviews is back, and this time the Insanity Radio music team are turning their attention to “Spirits”, by The Strumbellas. Listen to the track and see if you agree with our team! Sam Barker: “An entirely predictable, but nonetheless enjoyable soft rock song that wins out due to … Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Kendrick Lamar – ‘untitled unmastered’

It’s not even Easter but nevertheless King Kendrick has thrown untitled unmastered out into the world with 8 untitled demo tracks that didn’t make it onto his 2015 album To Pimp a Butterfly, ‘Pimp, Pimp, Hooray’! The album continues its political and psychological themes, making it clear that Lamar wants … Continue reading