At just 17 years old, Ollie Walter has released an EP that sounds far more mature. Based in Leeds, the EP was produced in his bedroom with a mic, guitar, and Logic Pro. The EP shows promise for Walter, who might seriously be a huge breakout act in the coming years, and he can’t even legally drink yet… Continue reading “Ollie Walter – The Glam Tape: EP Review”
The word “important” is thrown around so frivolously in recent times, that to use it in relation to this album almost feels like doing it a disservice. But this album is so poignant and necessary that I feel like I need to tell everyone to listen.
When I met Liam at university and found out about Viberant, I thought it was really cool and refreshing. So many music review sites now pander to the same artists, report the same stories, and bring the same views. So when Liam asked if I wanted to write some bits for Viberant, I happily said yes. As much as we all are passionate about music, we all have some really different tastes and opinions, so it can get pretty fun here. Our Viberant profiles will hopefully give you some insight in to our individual tastes. Continue reading “Viberant Profile Round 2: Ellie Roper”
Three years since How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful, the unmistakeable sound of Florence and The Machine is back on our airwaves once again. Still the ethereal, powerful, force of nature she always has been; but this time the delivery of her trademark elemental themes is more delicate, calm, as if Florence has arrived at peace with the feeling and emotions she’s always sang about with such vigour. In this eye of the storm record, Florence tells us of her deepest secrets.
The thing that can really set apart a good album from a great one, is it’s ability to transport you somewhere, or take you to a different time. Original Pirate Material is a perfect example of this. On listening, you’re immediately taken to early noughties Birmingham where UK garage is on the rise and a gateway into success in the music industry.