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Hot Milk EP 2019

EP Review // HOT MILK ‘Are You Feeling Alive?’

On Are You Feeling Alive?, there is plenty of opportunity to determine Hot Milk’s style and see what all the buzz has been about. Manchester quartet Hot Milk only released their first single this year, seemingly coming out of nowhere, but so far they’ve supported Papa Roach and

Seaway album 2019

Album Review // SEAWAY ‘Fresh Produce’

Compiled of new singles, alternate versions of old classics, covers and re-releases, Fresh Produce is a new album from Canadian pop punk band Seaway. Aptly named Fresh Produce, the album comes just a year and a half after the band’s latest release Vacation. The album opens

The Maine You Are Ok 2019

Album Review // THE MAINE ‘You Are OK’

Empowering and reminding you that you’re not alone in your struggles, the newest album from The Maine acts as an encouragement that You Are OK. Twelve years later, we’ve arrived at the seventh studio album from The Maine; You Are OK. It’s an amalgamation of old and new,

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Album Review // WALLOWS ‘Nothing Happens’

Wrapped up in sentimental hooks and introspective lyricism, the debut album from Wallows is a bumpy journey towards adulthood captured in 11 effortlessly penned indie anthems. With over 40 million career streams, major festivals slots, a sold-out headline tour and a TV debut amongst their

The Xcerts New EP 2019

EP Review // THE XCERTS ‘Wildheart Dreaming’

Following on from the release of their last brilliant album Hold On To Your Heart, The Xcerts have produced a new EP called Wildheart Dreaming. You Mean Everything opens Wildheart Dreaming, its simplicity creating a sense of serenity. The message of the song is clearly portrayed as Murray Macleod

Benjamin Francis Leftwich

Album Review // BENJAMIN FRANCIS LEFTWICH ‘Gratitude’

Dealing with recovery and rehabilitation, Benjamin Francis Leftwich has a lot to be thankful for and we get an insight into his journey throughout these twelve diverse and brave tracks. We are introduced to the title track straight off the bat. Gratitude feels like a

Holding Absence album 2019

Album Review // HOLDING ABSENCE ‘Holding Absence’

Where language falls short in adequately expressing the human experience, music can lend a helping hand and that’s why Holding Absence’s debut album is one you need to listen to – to not only better understand yourself, but also those around you by reflecting upon

the-japanese-house-good-at-falling-2019

Album Review // THE JAPANESE HOUSE ‘Good At Falling’

Love often leaves us at our most vulnerable, but from this vulnerability can arise the most gorgeous pieces of art inspired by our confusion.  From the mystery that once used to surround The Japanese House, aka Amber Bain, all of that has dissolved away to allow