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Vampire Weekend’s return

Five years after the release of Father of the Bride, Vampire Weekend is back. Two singles off their upcoming album, Only God Was Above Us, ‘Capricorn’ and ‘Gen X Cops’,…

His masterpiece? Skydaddy at Sneaky Pete’s

A professional Black Country, New Road support act. A pretentious Radiohead hater with string and brass sections to accompany. Like Coldplay, but with lucrative South London connections. These are the…

Upcoming music in Edinburgh

Back from reading week but still need to blow off some steam? Here’s your next two weeks of good music out in Edinburgh: Wed 28th Feb: Edge of the Bed…

‘Texas Hold ‘Em’: Beyoncé’s country single draws attention to the black roots of the genre

This week, Beyoncé topped Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart (dated Feb. 24) with the debut of her new single ‘Texas Hold ‘Em’ becoming the first black woman to ever claim…

Spring came early: Kali Uchis’s Orquídeas

A familiar buttery voice backtracked by a fast-paced beat that is simultaneously soft and delicate. This is how Kali Uchis opts to start her recently-released fourth studio album, Orquídeas. In…

Review: ‘Too Much’ by girl in red

Marie Ringheim, better known as girl in red, returns to the music scene with ‘Too Much’, the lead single for her upcoming album I’m Doing It Again Baby! due to…

Universal versus TikTok: a losing battle for both sides?

The new frontier in the war against the devaluation of music has opened between TikTok and Universal Music Group. On 1 February, reports emerged that the social media platform would…

The Grammys: Is it just all pop?

Whilst receiving the second-ever Dr Dre Global Impact Award at this years Grammys, Jay-Z stated:“Some of you going to go home tonight and feel like you’ve been robbed, some of…