• EP Review: The Last Shadow Puppets – The Dream Synopsis

    After the release of their second album Everything You’ve Come to Expect and the world tour which followed, The Last Shadow Puppets return with The Dream Synopsis EP. Featuring reworked album tracks and covers alike, the EP presumably acts as a parting gift from the band. “Alex Turner’s French...
  • Album Review: Peter Doherty – Hamburg Demonstrations

    It is easy to associate the sounds of Peter Doherty to the anarchic, chaotic and albeit mesmerising unit that is The Libertines. However, his second solo outing Hamburg Demonstrations couldn’t be any further from it. Released December 2nd, Doherty’s latest project encompasses a classy amalgamation of instruments; arguably his...
  • Local Sounds: Crosa Rosa

    Describing their sound as ‘wobbly rock’, Nottingham’s Crosa Rosa are slowly beginning to amass a keen following across much of the UK. The garage/psych band have already played a wealth of gigs over the last year and 2015 saw the band embark on a festival circuit which incorporated the world famous...
  • Live Review: The Specials, Rock City (19/10/2016)

    Though a mere shadow of their original line up, The Specials returned once more to the UK as part of a lengthy, much sold-out tour. Their set at Nottingham’s Rock City proved that the 2 Tone and Ska revival band are still much adored, loved and relevant. Despite only...
  • An Introduction To: Alexandra Savior

    Many are still yet to hear of the name Alexandra Savior; though that may not be the case for much longer if her array of famous friends have anything to do with it. The Portland, Oregon born singer-songwriter has already amassed somewhat of a cult following around the globe,...
  • Track Review: Peter Doherty – ‘I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)’

    Taken from his second solo album, ‘I Don’t Love Anyone (But You’re Not Just Anyone)’ is a fine example of the natural song writing ability of Peter Doherty. Following on from a relentless touring schedule over the past three years with The Libertines, the return of his solo music...
  • Track Review: Sisteray – ‘Who R Ya?’

    Ever present across London and beyond, Sisteray are slowly becoming one of the most promising bands to grace the music scene in 2016. Their new single ‘Who R Ya?’ epitomises their energetic, raucous punk sound. It is rare to see a band as proactive as Sisteray, whether it be...