Music Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: Pryti – Searching For Now Lost In Again

Exploring our own lives can sometimes be uncomfortable, yet Pryti’s newest album 'Searching for Now Lost in Again' is taking on life as she expresses self-discovery, toxic relationships and a growing mindset. This album may be the self-reflection we all need.
Live Reviews

LIVE REVIEW: Paolo Nutini, O2 Academy, Birmingham, 28/10/2022

Any album after an eight year break is a surprise and an accompanying tour is an even bigger surprise, however when Paolo Nutini almost subtly announced his comeback tour with his highly anticipated fourth album ‘Last Night In The Bittersweet’, excitement was an understatement for his fans across the country.
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ALBUM REVIEW: Nothing More – Spirits

The pandemic may have disrupted three years of our lives, but Nothing More used this time to craft their highly anticipated album, 'Spirits'. What can we expect from three-time Grammy-nominated Nothing More after five years?
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LIVE REVIEW: Tarja, Serpentyne, Abakas, /FORM Space, Cluj-Napoca, RO, 19/10/2022

Joined by openers Serpentyne and Abakas, one of the most well-loved performers in the industry has returned to Romania: Tarja Turunen, the Finnish soprano and reigning queen of symphonic metal herself. Her second time ever performing in Cluj-Napoca, and her first rock concert in the city, would see her play a fully-packed /FORM Space - here’s what we thought of the night!
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ALBUM REVIEW: The 1975 – Being Funny In A Foreign Language

Ever since their breakout single 'Chocolate' back in 2013, The 1975 have continuously stepped up the standards of what it is to be a successful modern-day indie-rock outfit. Fresh off the controversial 'Notes On A Conditional Form;, can The 1975 climb back up to the peaks their music has previously reached?
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