Tickets To My Downfall, Machine Gun Kelly (Album Review)

I first took notice of Colson Baker, better known as Machine Gun Kelly, when he released Rap Devil in 2018. When the back and forth with Eminem died down I thought my journey with Kelly was over, and if you’d told me then that in 2020 he would release a pop-punk album with Blink-182 drummer … More Tickets To My Downfall, Machine Gun Kelly (Album Review)

We Are Not Your Kind, Slipknot (Album Review)

Twenty years after the release of their debut self-titled album, Iowan metal giants Slipknot have stuck (nine) middle fingers up to the haters and proven that decades of relentless tours, lineup changes, deaths and a decline in the popularity of rock and metal music has far from defeated them. Their sixth studio album ‘We Are … More We Are Not Your Kind, Slipknot (Album Review)

The Balance, Catfish and the Bottlemen (Album Review)

Last Friday welsh indie-rockers Catfish and the Bottlemen released their third album, The Balance, three months after teasing fans with opening track Longshot. To put it simply, if you’re a fan of Catfish’s first two albums, 2014’s The Balcony and 2016’s The Ride, and want more of the same then you won’t dislike this album. … More The Balance, Catfish and the Bottlemen (Album Review)

Pinegrove Live @ The Borderline, London (17.04.19)

In the wake of a year-long hiatus that followed a mysterious controversy loosely branded with the #metoo campaign and concluded with an open and honest explanation from frontman Evan Stephens-Hall via a Pitchfork article, Pinegrove have wasted no time trying to make amends with their fans and regain the momentum they worked so hard to … More Pinegrove Live @ The Borderline, London (17.04.19)

The Rolling Stones Live @ Red Bull Ring, Austria (16.09.17)

It’s been two weeks now since the most surreal experience of my life – watching the Rolling Stones live in concert. In an age where touts dominate the ticketing market, I never thought I’d get the opportunity to see the Stones, who are still arguably the most popular band on the planet even after 50 … More The Rolling Stones Live @ Red Bull Ring, Austria (16.09.17)

Hearts That Strain, Jake Bugg (Album Review)

When Jake Bugg’s debut album was released in 2012, I was convinced that he was going to dominate the world. I thought that for years to come he would be selling out arenas, releasing number one albums, and eventually headlining major festivals. Five years on though and his fourth album, Hearts That Strain, has been … More Hearts That Strain, Jake Bugg (Album Review)