Loading posts...

Sampha’s Hyundai Mercury Prize Win Is Justice Served

Elliot Baker revels in Sampha’s Hyundai Mercury Prize triumph by revisiting the South London singer’s debut album, Process. I thought it would be Tempest. I really did. After a Gl...

Hyundai Mercury Prize Predictions

Elliot Baker explores the impending Hyundai Mercury Prize and gives his thoughts on tomorrow night’s nominations. In a musical landscape saturated with proverbial popularity conte...

James Yuill, A Change in State: the first live performance of a bold, riveting sound 

James Yuill is back on the music scene after a four year break with his new album A Change in State, and in his first live performance at the Sebright Arms in East London, the arti...

Interview: The Handwriting of THØSS – Visual Sound When You Can’t Quite Hear Me

With social media playing so much significance now there is more to being a successful songwriter and performer than just the music. We talk brand handwriting, stage presence and i...

Album Review: Reverend and the Makers, “The Death of a King”

Elliot Baker attempts to put together the jigsaw that is Reverend and the Makers’ The Death of a King, and comes up a few pieces short. The moment I heard the lead single from The...

V Festival 2017: Twitter Edition

In an attempt to roll back the years, Jonny Arnold reviews each act he saw at this year's V Festival in 140 characters or less. I love festivals, and you should too. This year I w...

Taylor Swift – Look What You Made Me Do Review

Well, we've come a long way from Love Story, haven't we? Lining up Taylor Swift's 2009 breakthrough hit against her latest track, Look What You Made Me Do, you'd be forgiven for t...

Feminism, feist and one hell of a fiesta: GRRRL at Folklore Hackney, the latest musical project from In Place of War 

Talented women from all corners of the globe come together as GRRRL to celebrate sisterhood and the unique power of the female voice for In Place of War When something is toute...

Interview: Emily West on Symphonies & Comfortable Shoes

With the launch of her latest EP Symphonies, singer, songwriter, and Top 40 recording artist Emily West talks to Sami Armstrong about having faith in ourselves, knowing your ‘why’ ...

Album Review: Queen Moo, “Mean Well”

Elliot Baker finds himself surrounded by the multi-faceted talent of Queen Moo as he indulges in their album, Mean Well. I think that Aristotle would have liked Mean Well by Queen...