Album Review – “Lady Sings The Blues”, Rebecca Ferguson

  As the weather is slowly (very slowly) getting warmer, and the days are getting longer, and balmy, lazy afternoons are once again in sight, what better way to chill out and melt into relaxation than by listening to the languid, soothing tones of Rebecca Ferguson? Her brand-new album is … Continue reading

#Woraklsweek Day 5 – “Soleil de Plomb”

  Day 5 of ‪#‎Woraklsweek‬. Each day I’ll post a different song by the amazingly talented French DJ, who as of yet has not even remotely gained the appreciation he deserves. Worakls specialises in Minimalist House and constructs some truly beautiful atmospheres for us to just melt away into.   Today … Continue reading

#Woraklsweek Day 4 – “Elea”

Day 4 of ‪#‎Woraklsweek‬. Each day I’ll post a different song by the amazingly talented French DJ, who as of yet has not even remotely gained the appreciation he deserves. Worakls specialises in Minimalist House and constructs some truly beautiful atmospheres for us to just melt away into.   Thursday can … Continue reading

Lyrical Poem – Whitesnake

  “Give Me More Time” cause I can’t quite decide I’m not “Ready an’ Willing” to give up my pride Cause “Love Ain’t no Stranger”: I’ve been there before. “Here I Go Again”, while you’re just one more   But I’m a “Fool for your loving”, and in the “Still … Continue reading

Live Review – Enter Shikari @ The Corn Exchange, Cambridge – 24/02/15

  Enter Shikari are one of the few bands that require no introduction, partly because any attempt to describe their music would result in the same confusion as a discussion of the meaning of life with an infant. These genre-hopping giants recently dropped their incredible 4Th LP “The Mindsweep” last … Continue reading

Album Review – “We Slept At Last”, Marika Hackman

  I’ve been a fan of Marika Hackman’s English folky sound for some months now, and I’ve been anticipating her debut ‘We Slept At Last’ to be the ultimate dreamy album. It’s somewhat different to what I usually go for, but it’s beautifully crafted and Marika Hackman is probably my … Continue reading

Album Review – “Rock Or Bust”, AC/DC

  There’s an argument to make that AC/DC’s approach to songwriting is the most successful in the history of popular music. Every album they’ve recorded draws from a beefed up treble-heavy take on blues rock based on big chords and bigger choruses, and since 1980’s legendary ‘Back in Black’ album … Continue reading