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Kings of Leon – Walls

Kings of Leon are one of those unfortunate bands who peaked too early. Whenever they release something new I am usually left listening to their seminal debut Youth & Young…

Everything Everything – Distant Past

The lead single from Everything Everything’s upcoming album Get To Heaven, “Distant Past” offers a tantalising insight into the band’s new direction. Opening with a guitar riff reminiscent of Ennio…

Ronson returns with a groovy disco offering

In Uptown Special, Mark Ronson embraces the sounds of early 80s disco and hip-hop, confirming his shift away from the jazz and folk covers that characterised the early part of his…

Interview with the award-winning Wretch 32

The Student speaks to the rapper about his career so far. Wretch 32 has made quite a name for himself in recent years. Back in 2011, his album Black and…

Ben Howard – I Forget Where We Were

Following his debut album, Every Kingdom, Ben Howard won awards for British Breakthrough Act and British Solo Male Artist at 2013’s BRIT awards. His fusion of traditional pop music with…

Got wanderlust and spare change?

There are so many places on our doorstep for a spontaneous weekend escapade

Prince – Art Official Age

All things considered, Prince has done well to avoid simply resting on his laurels and producing a lazy record. Clearly a lot of energy has gone into the production.

The verdict on Aphex Twin’s first effort in thirteen years

Aphex Twin has a reputation for being on the cutting edge, and this album, his first in thirteen years, provides an insight into how music has changed during that time.