ALBUM REVIEW: Jack Garratt – Love, Death & Dancing

Jack Garratt, with his debut album Phase, proved himself to be the epitome of a ‘solo artist’. Writing, performing and producing everything on his debut album; the successes of the EDM-pop virtuoso struck a chord with the world. After a sold-out UK tour and a successfully-selling debut, Garratt returns with his second album Love, Death & Dancing after releasing … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: Jack Garratt – Love, Death & Dancing

ALBUM REVIEW: The 1975 – Notes On A Conditional Form

We either listen to the new The 1975 album, or we don’t. Unlike Greta Thunberg’s message in the eponymous opening track, there are no consequences to our selfish or selfless minds if we do, or don’t, listen to the 1975’s fourth album. Photo Credit: Mara Palena The 1975’s pre-NOACF-release reputation became damaged with the optimistic and … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: The 1975 – Notes On A Conditional Form

ALBUM REVIEW: King Charles – ‘Out Of My Mind’

Returning with his third studio album, Charles Costa (aka King Charles) has released Out of My Mind, a sonically incoherent yet lyrically revealing album into Charles’ discovery of his identity and musicianship. Although classed as an alt-rock-folk-indie etcetera artist, this new album offers a new twist of all said genres, encompassing a number of bold synthesisers … Continue reading ALBUM REVIEW: King Charles – ‘Out Of My Mind’