K-Pop group Stray Kids released their album Clé 1:MIROH today. The mini album features 7 fantastic songs which demonstrate the breadth of talent in this relatively young band. Drawing on the rap, pop and ballad genres, Stray Kids present a fully unique album teeming with promise.Continue reading “STRAY KIDS release new album Clé 1:MIROH | Review”
John Adams continues to build on the momentum his career has gathered in the past year, releasing his EP ‘No White Lies’ and embarking on his largest UK tour to date. He has toured with the likes of Take That and Lemar and this EP reveals an artist who continues to grow and develop in the best of ways.Continue reading “John Adams releases new EP ‘No White Lies’ | Review”
My friends in Death By Shotgun just released their new EP ‘Good Times // Sad Times’ and it is amazing. Lyrically, the EP explores the ups and downs of life, creating a set of tracks perfect for any mood. The four-piece band continue to grow as people, as individual musicians and as a band. With this EP, the boys take centre stage and demand to be heard.
K-Pop group, Pentagon, recently released their mini-album ‘Thumbs Up’. The album is their first performing as an 8-member group and sees them changing their direction slightly, with some tracks having a boy-band feel and others taking a lot of inspiration from hip-hop.
Vinyl Theatre have returned with their album ‘Star Cruiser’, their first release since parting ways with label Fueled By Ramen. This album is a beautifully curated collection of songs from the heart. From the first track to the last, you are hooked by their individual sound and raw honesty. This album marks a change in the band that can’t quite be explained, other than to say that I believe their best days are before them.
BTS’s new release has already been breaking records around the world and it’s easy to see why when you listen to this 26 track album. ‘Epiphany‘ gave fans a sense of what to come, but ‘Love Yourself: Answer’ continues to mix genres, creating a sound that stands out in K-pop.
Old Note’s sophomore album, ‘With A Heavy Heart’, is set for release February 16th (Friday) through Old Press Records. The follow up to their debut, ‘former self’, is a healthy evolution. Unlike their debut, this record deals with much darker themes, including suicide, loss, abusive relationships and an overall unease with life. These troubling and evocative lyrics are paired with hypnotic guitars, heavy-hitting percussions and clean vocals that break into screams with palpable intensity.
Twenty One Pilots‘ second studio album, ‘Vessel’ turns 5 years old today. It was the first album I heard from the dynamic duo and its the reason I’m so in love with them. ‘Vessel’ is an eclectic mix of alt-rock, rap and ukuleles. This album is impossible to pin down; some songs are heavy on synths, whereas some are stripped back completely. It is this versatility that makes this album so loved by people with all musical taste.
Jesse Rutherford, singer of The Neighbourhood, drops his debut major label solo album ‘&’ and it’s as beautifully odd as you would expect. Any fan of The Neighbourhood knows that their sound is eclectic and exciting; they explore and combine a range of genres creating an original and exciting sound. In this solo venture, Jesse demonstrates his own style bringing in sounds from pop, electronic and rap.
PVRIS released their sophomore album ‘All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell’ towards the end of August this year. Singles ‘Heaven’ and ‘What’s Wrong’ really helped give fans a taste of what was to come, but the album really blew those expectations out of the water.