Category Archive: Reviews

Lucy Rose: ‘Like I Used To’


You may call her the humble princess of nu-folk, but Miss Lucy Rose is not to be taken for a defenceless, little voice of the background noise. The girl is armed with the power of… Continue reading

The Perfectest cover of Zedd’s ‘Clarity’.


I have found THIS and I’m in love. IN LOVE I SAY GODDAMIT.   Landon Austin, Luke Conard, Alex Goot. Get it on iTunes?

John Newman: ‘Tribute’


Swept away by the mania of revision and maths assignments, I haven’t been here for a while. This place is a little dusty… But wowee, this is my 150th post! I shall therefore… Continue reading

Bringing 2013 To A Close.


Ho ho ho! Since all the radio stations are now whipping out the Christmas songs, my husband Michael Bublé has made his annual festive reappearance on every single TV show in existence and… Continue reading

Canterbury: ‘You Are The One’. Oh yes you are.


Rejoice! Canterbury are back in the studio! Christmas came early. Today, the guys have unveiled an appetite-whetting teaser of what is to be of their third studio album, unnamed as of yet and… Continue reading

Yeah Yeah Yeahs: ‘Sacrilege’


It’s been a while. Both since I last wrote (my apologies; I’ve been lacking inspiration lately) and since they’ve brought out any new material. Who? Those triple yeah’s that seem to have disappeared… Continue reading

James Blake: ‘Retrograde’


No words needed. This is class.

Jeff Buckley was So Real.


Excuse this random out of the blue reflection, but my shuffled playlist did a great job of reminding me today just how amazing Jeff Buckley and his music were – and I reckoned… Continue reading

Introducing: Maglia Rosa Group, ‘Nighthawks’


Upon receiving a cheery e-mail from the frontlady of Maglia Rosa Group, I was instantly intrigued to check out the music behind the friendly introduction. I’m glad I did too, for I have… Continue reading

Introducing: Oliver Sadie


It’s about time I shared some classical gems with you. I would like to introduce the music of Oliver Sadie into your life – you’ll thank me later! His works are among my… Continue reading