Nick Mulvey ‘Wake Up Now’ Review

Favourite Songs: Unconditional, Imogen, Remembering, Mountain To Move, Infinite Trees Least Favourite Songs: When The Body Is Gone, Lullaby In 2011 English singer-songwriter Nick Mulvey left Portico Quartet to pursue a solo career and I think that was one of the best he could have made! His second album Wake Up Now is a much needed voice of protest in times of turbulence, the influence of …

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The Sherlocks ‘Live For The Moment’ Review

Favourite songs: Will You Be There, Live for the Moment, Chasing Shadows, Turn the Clock, Last Night, Motions Least favourite songs: Blue, Nobody Knows In 2014 The Sherlocks released their first single Live for the Moment and probably never imagined that three years on they'd be releasing a hit debut album and playing festivals. Listen …

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Declan McKenna ‘What Do You Think About The Car’ Review

Favourite Songs: Humongous, Brazil, Make Me Your Queen, Paracetamol, Listen To Your Friends Least Favourite Songs: Since winning the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition aged 15 Declan McKenna has gone from strength to strength, with a Glastonbury performance this year under his belt, where next? A debut album of course!!  'Brazil' was his debut single, but despite …

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Oh Wonder ‘Ultralife’ Review

Favourite Songs: Ultralife, Lifetimes, High On Humans, Bigger Than Love, Overgrown, My Friends, Waste Least Favourite: All About You, Heartstrings In 2014 Oh Wonder, Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West, set themselves the challenge of releasing a song every month for a year, 12 months later they had a hit album and were an accidental overnight sensation! …

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‘The Truth Is A Beautiful Thing’ London Grammar Review

Favourite songs: Rooting for You, Big Picture, Hell to the Liars, Bones of Ribbon Least favourite songs: Wild Eyed, Non Believer This is the second album from the trip-pop trip, and it's even more beautiful than the first. The trio have cleaned up their sound and allowed lead singer, Hanna Reid, to really showcase her …

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All Time Low ‘Last Young Renegade’ review 

Favourite songs: Drugs and Candy, Ground Control (ft Tegan and Sara), Nice2KnoU, Nightmares Least favourite songs: None really! 😁 This is All Time Low's 7th studio album and it marks a new era and new sound for them. This is album could be regarded as a goodbye to the sound they once created and their …

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