Review: The Good, The Bad & The Queen - Merrie land

It’s taken a confused and damaged nation to bring super group The Good, The Bad & The Queen back to the studio. Spurred on by Damon Albarn’s poetic musings, the group have crafted not just their finest record but an album that genuinely relates to the times we live in.

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Review: A Star Is Born (2018 Soundtrack) - Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper

On the classics fourth remake. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper bring a refreshingly modern take to the classic story with a soundtrack which manages to capture all the emotion of the big screen, whilst standing on its own feet as a truly remarkable album.

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Review: Kanye West - ye

‘ye’ is both Kanye’s shortest record as well as a perfect encapsulation of his career, some incredible highs alongside some disappointing lows.

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Review: Kacey Musgraves - Golden Hour “Utterly captivating cosmic country-pop that simply delights”

Golden Hour is a beautiful, bold and experimental record that goes exciting new places without losing that trademark Kacey Musgraves sound that warms your soul. Read our review to find out more.

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Review: First Aid Kit - Ruins "A deeply insightful and moving heartbreak record"

Through heartbreak First Aid Kit have crafted the best album of their career, never has the breakdown of a relationship sounded so grand and cinematic before. Read our review of 'Ruins' to find out why its not just the sisters best album but why it's bound to be one of the best released this year...

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Review: Nick Mulvey - Wake Up Now “Timeless folk with a very present message”

Nick Mulvey’s second album is full of bright melodies mixed with sing out loud choruses, however take a deeper look inside and you’ll find lots of strong, poignant lyrics that will make you question the world we live in and make you ask, are we doing enough?

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Review: The Weeknd - Starboy ‘Abel’s not just embracing the darkness… he’s celebrating it ’

The Weeknd’s fourth album see’s his sound evolve and change once again, resulting in ‘STARBOY’ his most cohesive project yet, a blend of 80’s synthpop, smooth R&B and slick beats.

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