Review: Skepta – Hypocrisy

Our favourite North London MC Joseph Adenuga, better known by his stage name Skepta, released a new single last Friday. This is a second single this year, with no sign of a 5th album coming out soon. Today I will review the track. First of all, Skepta is a great artist and rapper and has perfected his craft. This song does not demonstrate his talent … Continue reading Review: Skepta – Hypocrisy

Review: Wolf Alice – Don’t Delete The Kisses

London indie outfit Wolf Alice released another track today, this time on Beats 1 Radio. This is the second single to their new album, ‘Visions Of A Life’, available to pre-order now on the Dirty Hit website (their record label). Today, I will review the new track and give my thoughts on it. First of all, this is a way that this band has never gone … Continue reading Review: Wolf Alice – Don’t Delete The Kisses

Review: HAIM – Little Of Your Love

Californian sisters Danielle, Este and Alana of the band HAIM are releasing singles at the moment, with ‘Want You Back’ a few weeks ago and now their new song, previously heard on Saturday Night Live, ‘Little Of Your Love’. Today I will talk about this track and review it. Firstly, I thought HAIM’s debut, ‘Days Are Gone’, was brilliant. My favourite track was, like others, … Continue reading Review: HAIM – Little Of Your Love

Spotlight: Lyerr

Lyerr are a four-piece indie outfit from Manchester, UK. They combine infectious guitar riffs with great and meaningful lyrics. They recently released their debut EP, In Principio, which is a great piece of work. I will review it later, but first, read the interview I did with them earlier this week. Where do you want to be in ten years time? We’re hoping to be retired … Continue reading Spotlight: Lyerr

Review: Queens Of The Stone Age – The Way You Used To Do

American hard rock band Queens of The Stone Age released the first single off the new album, ‘Villians’, released on 25th August. The single was unveiled on Thursday along with the album title, release and tour dates. QOTSA have not released since 2013’s ‘…Like Clockwork’. Their most famous release was their critically acclaimed ‘Songs For The Deaf’, featuring anthem ‘No One Knows’. First of all, … Continue reading Review: Queens Of The Stone Age – The Way You Used To Do

Review: RAY BLK – Doing Me

The London singer-songwriter RAY BLK was the first unsigned artist to win the BBC Sound of prize in 2017, a prize won previously by Years and Years, HAIM and most recently Jack Garratt. RAY BLK, or Rita Ekwere, combines hip-hop lyrics with neo-soul and R&B. She released her latest single ‘Doing Me’ last Friday and I will review it. First of all, the instrumental of the track … Continue reading Review: RAY BLK – Doing Me

Review: Everything Everything – Can’t Do

The four-piece indie band Everything Everything released a single from their new album, ‘A Fever Dream’, arriving on August 19th. The Manchester based band has been quiet on the new material front for two years now since the 2015 album ‘Get To Heaven’, apart from 2016’s standalone single ‘I Believe It Now’. This is what I thought about the song. The song opens with a synthesiser, … Continue reading Review: Everything Everything – Can’t Do