Tag Archives: Major Lazer

Haim: Something To Tell You Review – Doubling Down on Killer Hooks

With their 2013 debut Days Are Gone, sister trio Haim discovered a peerless juncture; one where the breathlessness of R&B and shimmering ’70s soft rock coalesced Continue reading Haim: Something To Tell You Review – Doubling Down on Killer Hooks

Major Lazer: Know No Better EP Review – Relying On Of-The-Moment Star Recruit Only Gets You So Far

After the success of 2015’s Peace is the Mission, an ensemble delight that would even challenge a Wes Anderson wishlist, Major Lazer’s new EP, Know No Better, has the same intentions as Continue reading Major Lazer: Know No Better EP Review – Relying On Of-The-Moment Star Recruit Only Gets You So Far

The Week’s 5 Essential Releases Worth Listening To

This week was already geared up as a massive week for releases from the world of pop but it was to be the two big surprise returns that caught our eye at Vendor this week when New Music Friday rolled around. Here are the week’s five big releases that should be on your radar: Continue reading The Week’s 5 Essential Releases Worth Listening To

Roosevelt is Everything- The Moment Before It Starts, The Ecstasy In-Between and the Inevitable Hangover

A minute and a half of Roosevelt’s aptly-titled ‘Intro’ and the tone is set. One of an odyssey, a weightless, wafting journey warping through space. A couple of tracks in and you’d be forgiven for thinking that Continue reading Roosevelt is Everything- The Moment Before It Starts, The Ecstasy In-Between and the Inevitable Hangover