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With an aura of self-acceptance and serenity, Easy Life’s debut album ‘life’s a beach’ introspectively looks at the deeper meanings of life, love and the world. The Leicester five-piece combined mellow lyricism with upbeat production to create an eclectic yet cohesive record representative of the musical uniqueness.
Upon the highly successful release of Olivia Rodrigo's debut album 'SOUR', I reflected on why the album resonated with so many people across the globe.
Billie Marten’s third album, Flora Fauna, sees her songwriting bloom with confidence and clarity. Using nature’s metaphors to explore personal growth and humankind’s precariousness, it is soundtracked, largely, by a departure from the pretty but safe acoustic sound of her previous long-lengths. I caught up with the singer amidst a busy release week to delve beneath the daisies.
In this article, I discuss the pressures upon students in deadline season, and offer some tips to make the intense period of time go more smoothly!
For print issue 266 of Impact Magazine, I interviewed up-and-coming indie band Drug Store Romeos in anticipation of the release of their debut album 'The World Within Our Bedrooms'
An interview I carried out with indie starlets Low Island following the release of their debut album 'If You Could Have It All Again'.
Liverpool-based four piece The Night Café, known for their chilled guitar-led indie-pop tunes, are set to return to the music scene with their latest long-awaited EP, ‘For Better Days’, to be released on April 22nd. With the EP seeming like a musical continuation of their 2019 debut album, ‘0151’, it showcases the best of the band’s musical talents and song-writing abilities.
Oxford-based indie stalwarts Low Island are set to release their long-awaited debut album If You Could Have It All Again on April 16th. Experimental and genre-warping, the record innovatively melds indie and electronic as the band stamp their name firmly on the hide of the industry. Amrit Virdi offers her thoughts.
In a monumental return to the music industry, former Disney star Demi Lovato has returned to the music scene with her seventh studio album, Dancing With The Devil…The Art Of Starting Over. Written after Lovato miraculously survived a near-fatal overdose in July 2018, it is raw, honest, and showcases the powerhouse vocals Lovato is best known for.
Long-awaited and hotly anticipated by her fans, the seventh studio album by Lana Del Rey, Chemtrails Over The Country Club, showcases the gentle vocals of the worldwide star as the record serves as a mature and ethereal moment in Del Rey’s discography.
Listening to the album in full feels like a dreamlike and otherworldly experience as the songs seem to flow effortlessly into each other. A cohesive record playing to the best of Del Rey’s vocal abilities and accurately represented by previousl...