In all honesty this album was the true definition of alternative rock, everything the genre stood for and should sound like belonged in this album, a collection of songs that many would describe as The Cure’s best; weighing up alongside some of the best work to come out of the 80s.
When Viberant said they were looking for writers I offered to help out to put a different spin on what they do. We all have different opinions and I use this platform to bring something different to the table. Hopefully you can learn a bit more about that through my Viberant profile. Continue reading “Viberant Profile Round 2: Sam Bennison”
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”
Welcome to Viberant’s weekly song roundup; where we take a look at some of the big releases over the past seven days and tell you our thoughts on them. Last week saw new singles from the likes of BROCKHAMPTON, Muse and of course, The 1975. Here is what we thought of them:
Arctic Monkeys are one of the country’s most beloved bands thanks to their high-octane live performances and consistently brilliant album releases. With two Glastonbury headline slots to their name already and having managed to become household names all over the globe; how would we organise their setlist? Well this is the beginning of our new Ultimate setlist series where we pick which tunes would be best suited to a 10/10 show. Continue reading “Ultimate Setlist: Arctic Monkeys”