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Catfish and the Bottlemen – The Balance: Album Review

On The Balcony, Catfish and the Bottlemen announce themselves as a big emerging British band with a collection of simplistic but catchy anthems designed for singalong moments at live shows. For a debut album this is a solid effort and I’m excited to see what they’ve got nex…….. wait, this isn’t The Balcony?
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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – Fishing For Fishies: Album Review

After a year long break from their five album run in 2017, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard returned with a new sound, a new drive and a new source of inspiration. The result is perhaps the band’s most refined and impressive work to date; quite the compliment given the band’s consistently commendable discography. If Fishing For Fishies does one thing, it’s live up to the theme of boogieing, serving as one of the most enjoyable albums you’re likely to hear this year.
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Top 50 Radiohead songs

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”

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Cage The Elephant – Social Cues: Album Review

On their fifth album Social Cues, Cage The Elephant delve into pastures new and old while exploring some of their most personal subject matters to date. Despite this and the obvious moments of class and intrigue, this album feels somewhat laboured and lacking in comparison with their previous efforts.
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Ranking King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s 2017 Albums

In 2017, Australian psychedelic prog-rock band King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard added the award for ‘hardest working band in the world’ to their ‘best band name’ award by releasing FIVE studio albums. The most impressive part about this was that they all contained different themes, concepts and sounds; something bands struggle to do over the course of decades let alone 12 months. But what’s the best of the five? Well, in celebration of their latest album Fishing For Fishies, I’ve decided to rank their 2017 efforts here. Continue reading “Ranking King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard’s 2017 Albums”