Very rarely can a project sound so scattered and wild while also being so smooth and intertwined, but this isn’t any ordinary producer we are dealing with here. Flume proved on 2016’s Skin that he can craft together a stellar full length piece of work, and on this latest mixtape he has confirmed this status and then some; working wonders on a soundscape tape that flows like one large track. It’s an experimental party meshed into one project. Continue reading “Flume – Hi This Is Flume: Mixtape Review”
At 24 years old, Wolverhampton’s own Scarlxrd has created himself quite a cult following. His merger of rap and metal have resulted in some stellar releases that gained him some viral attention, particularly his inclusion in a Noisey documentary and over 50 million views on his biggest track, Heart Attack. There was seeming to be an upward trend for one of the UK’s most unique artists, but it appears that trend is over with his latest album, Infinity.
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It’s been a long, four year wait, but Foals have finally woken from their slumber. As one of the last few surviving 00’s indie bands, this record could’ve catapulted Foals back to the forefront of British music – or seen them sink into irrelevancy. Following the enormous What Went Down is no small task, and with the departure of bassist Walter Gervers, it was debated whether Foals had already peaked – but the release of this record has put those doubts firmly back to bed. Continue reading “Foals – Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost – Part 1: Album Review”
Saturday the 16th of March marked Viberant Promotion’s inaugural event hosted at Disgraceland Baker Street, Middlesbrough. Local bands Swears, Strangeways and Whale Hill all performed; here’s a little summary of what went down.
Lord knows I’m a sucker for a surprise album, funnily enough I think the lord knows I’m a sucker for a Solange album too. Continue reading “Solange – When I Get Home: Album Review”