Gorillaz – Humanz – Review

Of course, reviews for Gorillaz, Demon Days, Plastic Beach & The Fall are all one click away…   After what is nearly a 7 year wait, Gorillaz, the biggest virtual band in the world and to have ever existed, are officially back with their brand-new studio album, Humanz. The fifth since 2001, the process to… Continue reading Gorillaz – Humanz – Review

Classic Review

TRACKBACK: Gorillaz – The Fall – Review

Album four of #GorillazWeek is the bands most forgotten, but does it deserve that title? You can catch the reviews for Gorillaz, Demon Days & Plastic Beach after each respective jump... After three mainstream and successful albums from Gorillaz, their next felt like a side-project within a side-project. The Fall was released exclusively online on… Continue reading TRACKBACK: Gorillaz – The Fall – Review

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TRACKBACK: Gorillaz – Plastic Beach – Review

Part 3 of #GorillazWeek is here, with the polarizing and yet very layered Plastic Beach... If you're playing catch up, you can read the Gorillaz & Demon Days reviews by clicking each respective title. RECYCLING IS GOOD. REALLY GOOD. PLEASE RECYCLE. Now we’ve got the message of this album across (how it wasn’t the soundtrack… Continue reading TRACKBACK: Gorillaz – Plastic Beach – Review

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TRACKBACK: Gorillaz – Self-Titled – Review

16 years or so ago, the lead singer of Blur and and the co-creator of Tank Girl had an idea, to make a band that, for all intents and purposes, didn’t really exist. Something must have worked, as 2017 will see Gorillaz release their fifth studio album Humanz. In light of this, I will be… Continue reading TRACKBACK: Gorillaz – Self-Titled – Review

Track Review

TRACK REVIEW – Frank Ocean – Lens

It’s getting hard to keep up with all this new Frank all of a sudden. Following the much-discussed gap in his musical output, his decision to go independent has led to a sudden glut of releases. His fourth track of 2017, released via his Beats 1 radio show Blonded, is a vastly different sound to… Continue reading TRACK REVIEW – Frank Ocean – Lens


Arca – Arca (Self-titled) Review

Arca is a genuine talent with a commendable production history, but his step out of the shadows feels half-hearted. It’s always the risk for producers, producing a full-length solo album. No matter what genre(s) you produce for, or amount of artists you attract to then back you for solo success, doing an LP on your… Continue reading Arca – Arca (Self-titled) Review


Kendrick Lamar – DAMN. Review

Given how fresh and revolutionary Kendrick Lamars previous full-length album was, it is strange to think it's been a full two years since To Pimp A Butterfly dropped. Many people's album of the decade, he couldn't top that, could he? Could he? It was perhaps to be expected that we'd receive at least nods in… Continue reading Kendrick Lamar – DAMN. Review