Author: Holly Pereira

Kate Bush, ‘Remastered’ review

Appropriately timed with Kate Bush’s 60th year, the renowned English singer-songwriter’s discography has been remastered and pressed to vinyl for the very first time. This definitive collection serves as a perfect entry point to...

Muse, ‘Simulation Theory’ review

Muse have long been in a league of their own with their bombastic and uninhibited socio-political rock. Here on their eighth studio album the band’s highly charged lyrics remain as relevant as ever, with tracks Thought Contagion...

J Mascis, ‘Elastic Days’ review

J Mascis, best known for leading the era-defining Dinosaur Jr, once again delves into his softer side on his fourth solo album. There’s a warmth to Mascis solo that is often obscured on Dinosaur Jr releases, his vocals tender...

Thom Yorke, ‘Suspiria OST’ review

Radiohead’s Thom Yorke takes a turn for the positively terrifying with his soundtrack to Luca Guadagnino’s new horror Suspiria, his first film score. Ominous, enthralling and uniquely Yorke, the album’s 25 tracks are a perfect...

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