Bloc Party are back with a new album after 4 years. It’s clear that the band’s style has changed since their debut album Silent Alarm was released in 2005. The new album Hymns has a different feel to it, with one of the singles from the album “The Good News” … Continue reading
Ten years after releasing their first album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out with memorable tracks like “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”, defining a whole generation of black haired emo kids with questionable hair styles, Panic! at the Disco released its fifth studio album. Death of a Bachelor is completely … Continue reading
Sia is back with her brand new album This Is Acting. The Australian’s seventh studio album has seen high anticipation for its release on 29th January 2016, and she has once again revealed her undeniable talent and the emotional intensity of her lyrics. Her performance of each song portrays an in-depth … Continue reading
These days everyone can associate something with the name Sigma. Nowadays, “Nobody to Love” is not uncommonly played several times in one night out, resulting in everyone trying to dance to the drum ’n’ bass sound by hyperactively jumping around. As I have been a drum ’n’ bass listener for … Continue reading
Thousands of teen hearts were warmed last month when One Direction’s new album Made in the A.M. was released – mine as well, although I can’t call myself a teenager anymore. Their fifth studio album is the first without Zayn Malik, who left the group earlier this year and gave an interview … Continue reading
I’ve been a low-key Belieber since ‘My World 2.0’ was released in March 2010. I liked how Justin was found on YouTube, his poppy not-yet-broken voice that sung of all the struggles of teenage romance appealed to my nearly-16 year old self. There’s a stigma around being a Belieber, going … Continue reading
The Canadian singer-songwriter Grimes is notably known for her album Visions from 2012, which was praised for its experimental, dark and atmospheric electro- pop. Now she is back with her fourth album, ‘Art Angels’, and Grimes has to face genre discussions as many other musicians had to encounter before.
Foals had built up a lot of anticipation in fans before the release of their fourth LP ‘What Went Down’ in August. It had promise to be one of the best albums of the year and a bold statement for Foals after 2013’s ‘Holy Fire’. With some very clever writing … Continue reading