Friday, 26 February 2016

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 26/02/2016: Azealia Banks, Pitbull, B.o.B and more...


Forget the Grammys. Forget the Brit Awards. This is where the real music's at. Wait ... is that Pitbull? In the best tracks of the week??? THIS IS HERESY

Thursday, 25 February 2016

Review of 'The Life of Pablo' by Kanye West


After two years of teasingly drip-feeding us tracks (most of which didn’t make the final cut), a lot of tracklist rejigging and more name changes than Prince (first So God Help Me, then SWISH, then Waves and now The Life of Pablo), Kanye has finally decided to release his new album. But despite the long and drawn-out cooking process, it still feels half-baked.

Thursday, 18 February 2016

Review of 'Crux' by Jaggery


Jaggery are Boston’s latest off-the-wall offering, a self-proclaimed ‘avant rock’ group with a frontwoman named Singer Mali Sastri (that’s right – their singer is named Singer).

Thursday, 11 February 2016

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 12/02/2016: Beyoncé, James Blake, Eagulls and more...


Valentines Day is round the corner. Where are the love songs? Even Beyoncé is turning political. Prepare to get serenaded anyway.

Monday, 8 February 2016

Review of 'Anti' by Rihanna


Everyone’s favourite Bajan fashion icon and chart-topper Rihanna has decided to go ‘alternative’. It seems no pop star wants to release a yucky pop album any more. Lady Gaga showed she’d had enough when she dropped the vaguely arty Artpop. Beyoncé followed swiftly after with her self-titled progressive r&b record – many songs getting lyrically personal and extending the five minute mark. And who could forget Miley’s more recent exploration into psychadelia featuring The Flaming Lips and a song about a dead blowfish?

Friday, 5 February 2016

BEST AND WORST NEW TRACKS OF THE WEEK 5/02/2016: Tom Misch, Denzel Curry, BJ The Chicago Kid and more...


Those looking for my opinion on Zayn Malik's new song will be sorely disappointed. Some songs are simply neither impressive nor unimpressive enough to write about.