Radiohead are a band that need little to no introduction. They are 25 year veterans of the industry and have the most acclaimed discography of all time, releasing some of the most essential and progressive albums ever (you know which ones I’m talking about). This is a list to celebrate the magnificence of their catalogue, here are my top 50 Radiohead songs. And before you ask, no Creep is not on here for fuck sake. Continue reading “Top 50 Radiohead songs”
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.
The story of The 1975 is a story of defying expectations. The Wilmslow quartet- consisting of drummer George Daniel, guitarist Adam Hann, bassist Ross MacDonald and frontman Matty Healy- have been a band for 16 years after meeting in high school, and their road to becoming one of the most important acts of this decade has certainly not been an easy one.
This album sounds like the scribblings of a deranged Scientologist, as Muse opt for weird and dorky rather than quality content. Matt Bellamy reached for the stars on Simulation Theory, presumably in the hope he could land on a UFO, but instead he ended up six feet under the musical surface; killing his band and any shred of credibility he had left in the process. Continue reading “Muse – Simulation Theory: Album Review”
Trench is very much a direct successor to Blurryface, inheriting familiar conceptual characters, as well as treading on similarly delicate topics, and then some.