Review: Nina Nesbitt - The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change

Nina Nesbitt’s long-awaited sophomore LP is a brilliant and deeply personal record that embraces resilience and proves why she is one of Britain’s most exciting modern pop stars.

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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: First Aid Kit - Tender Offerings [EP]

A companion EP to their incredible ‘Ruins’ record released earlier this year. ‘Tender Offerings’ is a collection of heart wrenching, defiant stories which show an already intimate First Aid Kit at their most vulnerable. The result is once again mesmerising.

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Review: Big Red Machine - Big Red Machine

The collaborative project from Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) and Aaron Dessner (The National) is a collection of beautiful free-flowing sonic masterpieces for the listener to get lost in, with the occasional glimmer of hope.

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Review: Ariana Grande - Sweetener

Ariana Grande, an artist that continues to develop and evolve, releases her most diverse and experimental pop album to date. Full of positive anthems that mostly hit the sweet spot.

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