New Music: Tia Gostelow

New Music: Tia Gostelow   Tia Gostelow—you no doubt caught her stripped back ‘Like A Version’ cover of Empire Of The Sun’s We Are The People for triple j last week but what Tia herself may not realise is that she isn’t the people. She’s actually in a league of her own and has been since she was 13 and winning people’s choice awards for busking at Tamworth Country … Continue reading New Music: Tia Gostelow

Review: Arctic Monkeys Album – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino

Review: Arctic Monkeys Album – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino I’m an over thinker.  I just want it out there that I’m aware of this fact before I go into an intense ramble about a flawed rating system and why this album review and any review at all in fact, is within itself – complete and utter bullshit. We’re now 2 months in from the … Continue reading Review: Arctic Monkeys Album – Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino

Review: M.I.A Album – AIM

Review: M.I.A Album – AIM Mathangi Arulpragasam aka M.I.A. has given us her fifth studio album ‘AIM’, with the aim of addressing the refugee crisis and giving us an insight into her own experiences as a Tamil refugee, having fled Sri Lanka early on in life.  Unfortunately, I felt that it fell short of expectation.  Having heard some of her earlier work, seen her powerful … Continue reading Review: M.I.A Album – AIM

Review: Harts Album – Smoke Fire Hope Desire

Review: Harts Album – Smoke Fire Hope Desire As we had long suspected but were yet to prove (despite coming oh so close with SAFIA’s album release), music is now genre-less.  What used to be beautiful anomalies like Daft Punk with Kanye West or Santana and Rob Thomas, the fusion of distinct genres is now commonplace – usually in the form of a feature artist … Continue reading Review: Harts Album – Smoke Fire Hope Desire

Review: Safia Album – Internal

Review: Safia Album – Internal Already synonymous with sonically intricate pieces and considered masters of the idiosyncratic track, SAFIA have absolutely delivered the goods with their dynamic debut album, Internal.  No two songs are alike, likely due to the fact that the group ‘let them wheels roll’ for as long as was necessary in order to produce a quality track-list.  Although fans were chomping at … Continue reading Review: Safia Album – Internal