The Orwells Return with Two New Tracks and their Third Album’s Release Date

Since their debut album Remember When dropped in the autumn of 2012, The Orwells have managed to build a unique, subcultural fanbase with their punchy vignettes of youth and adolescence. The band’s ceaselessly energetic brand Continue reading The Orwells Return with Two New Tracks and their Third Album’s Release Date

Tove Lo: Lady Wood Review – A Sincere Declaration of Sexuality

Attempts to penetrate pop music with ‘edgy’ sexual declarations aren’t new- but what is in popular circles? The likes of Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato’s squeaky clean Disney princess personas have been scrubbed away by transitions Continue reading Tove Lo: Lady Wood Review – A Sincere Declaration of Sexuality

NxWorries: Yes Lawd! Review – Knxledge and Anderson .Paak are a Match Made in Heaven

The rise of Anderson .Paak is astonishing. From the lows of his father being incarcerated for beating his mother to becoming homeless after losing his job, .Paak has been through it all. But following the coup of working with one of his

Continue reading NxWorries: Yes Lawd! Review – Knxledge and Anderson .Paak are a Match Made in Heaven

Marie Davidson: Adieu Au Dancefloor – A Sharp, Danceable Examination of Club Culture

Despite their disparity in form, spoken-word poetry and electro have shared a communal space on a number of occasions, especially over the last decade. Even though reading poetry over intensely-produced club beats can come across as Continue reading Marie Davidson: Adieu Au Dancefloor – A Sharp, Danceable Examination of Club Culture

Justice Drop the Hypnotic ‘Alakazam!’ in the Run-up to Woman

Ahead of their first album in five years, Justice have released their third preceding single, ‘Alakazam!’ Justice returned with their first new material since 2011’s Audio, Video, Disco. earlier in the Continue reading Justice Drop the Hypnotic ‘Alakazam!’ in the Run-up to Woman

Track By Track: Lady Gaga’s Joanne

With her fifth solo album and her sixth overall, the title of her latest LP, Joanne, alludes to something more personal than the garish disco pop of her previous work. After the mild disappointment of Continue reading Track By Track: Lady Gaga’s Joanne

Listen To This: Rolls Bayce

Rolls Bayce have been around for a little while now, but I couldn’t help but delve further into their back catalogue after hearing their new single ‘Inside Out’. The warped organ in the intro is transformative, gently nudging the listener into the Continue reading Listen To This: Rolls Bayce

Afterglow: Another Solid EP from Lemaitre, but when can we Expect their First Album?

It appears that Norwegian electro duo Lemaitre work best in short bursts. With their second EP of 2016, Afterglow, which follows on from the well-received 1749, Lemaitre return with four new tracks in typically-concise style. Most music coming out of Scandinavia Continue reading Afterglow: Another Solid EP from Lemaitre, but when can we Expect their First Album?

Kings of Leon: WALLS – Plenty of Arena-Ready Anthems, and some Satisfying Surprises too

WALLS, the seventh album from southern state rockers Kings of Leon, brings an overriding pressure to succeed. Their last two albums, Come Around Sundown and Mechanical Bull, made exhausted efforts to hit the intersection Continue reading Kings of Leon: WALLS – Plenty of Arena-Ready Anthems, and some Satisfying Surprises too

Interview: Greek Poet Yannis Livadas – ‘The instrument of poetry is not the poem; it is the poet. In truth, poems are the parasites of this consummation.’

Yannis Livadas is a contemporary Greek poet, born in 1969. Both in his poems and essays, Livadas constitutes the idea of experimentalism based on organic antimetathesis- the scaling indeterminacy of meaning, of syntactic comparisons and Continue reading Interview: Greek Poet Yannis Livadas – ‘The instrument of poetry is not the poem; it is the poet. In truth, poems are the parasites of this consummation.’