Imagine Dragons – Smoke and Mirrors

Imagine Dragons’ sophomore album, ‘Smoke and Mirrors’ is almost unrecognisable in terms of musical style. Though you’d be hard pressed to find someone unfamiliar with the likes of Radioactive, the mammoth new 18 track LP is like listening to a completely new ...

Nico & Vinz – Black Star Elephant

This is a hard review to write. As much as I loved Am I Wrong and In Your Arms, the two monstrously successful tracks from Norwegian duo Nico & Vinz, and after eagerly anticipating their debut album, I’ve been left hugely disappointed. A ...

Hawklords – Censored

For those uninitiated in the long and complex history of Hawkwind, the origin of spin-off band  Hawklords could take an entire review to explain in itself. The Hawk family of bands have a history so convoluted that it makes Christopher ...

Rumer – Into Colour

My previous knowledge of Rumer, was very limited. I had heard people speak about her before, but never really heard any of her music myself. With her history of playing at various venues, one being Glastonbury Festival, and other numerous ...

Jason Mraz – Yes!

Jason Mraz won fans everywhere with his single I’m Yours but it’s been a while since the American singer released anything of note or great success. Yes! is the fifth studio album from the coffee-shop born artist and has undoubtedly been effected by current ...