• Album Review: APRE – ‘Always in My Head’

    In a time of lockdowns, political turbulence, and monkish self-reflection, APRE deliver a provoking polemic into the nature of contemporary existence on the October mini-album, Always in My Head. Kess Leung delves artfully beneath the urban drums and anxious, soaring vocals of the Kent alt-pop duo’s most mature sonic offering to...
  • Album Review: Muse – Simulation Theory

    Devon’s rock titans struggle to inspire on their sci-fi dominated space-rock adventure. It’s incredible to think that Teignmouth trio Muse released their debut record almost twenty years ago, but since then, the band have escalated to complete stardom, being hailed as one of Britain’s greatest modern rock bands. Muse...