Hands off Gretel are the ‘It’ band of the moment. They are playing everywhere around the UK and Europe, and every release is received with acclaim. Such was the case for their latest full-length album, I Want the World, which came out in April 2019. Then you would ask, “Why is it that you’re talking about one song off it now?” I will tell you why, because it just got a video, and it is awesome.
This song has a lot of different meanings for me. Personally, it reminds me of a lot of the people I see in university; they end up blocking out a lot of their responsibilities with clubbing. But this is only a temporary solution to the downs in life.
BBC Radio 6 have announced their line up and revealed details for their diverse assortment of music with their annual Radio 6 Music Festival 2020; taking place in the equally diverse Camden, London, from Friday 6th March to Sunday 8th March.
So When I got the go ahead to write up a review about a song and band of my choice, my brain was absolutely racked up with possibilities. “Which band am I going to fan boy about?”
“MUSIC IS DEAD! LONG LIVE THE MUSIC!” a cry heard all too often these days, and with so many prominent artists choosing the easy road. The road filled with trinkets of fame and fortune; you could be forgiven for thinking it was dead.
‘Only One’ is the latest single by London based band Ex-Vöid. It was released in October 2019 with Prefect Records and Don Giovanni Records and comes with a music video which can be found on Prefect Records YouTube page. The band emerged from the remains of former group Joanna Gruesome and managed to conserve its indie punk sensibility in this new project that set off less than two years ago.
This review is for all the people looking into Japanese music but don’t know where to start. The song ‘Hard to love’ is one of my favourite songs by One OK Rock, which is entirely in English and different from their usual sound.
His biography describes him as someone who “sought solitude as often as he could find it.” A man who “wrote most days like his life depended on it…” A man who now tours full time with a growing fan base taming his solitude sought after state. A man named Jeffrey Martin.
*featured image by @blaireadiebee Tonal dressing is one of those things that you either do right, or just don't do it at all. Get it wrong, and you'll look just about as monotonous and 1-dimensional as my rum and coke by the end of the night. But get it right, and you can end up [...]
With some artists and musicians, it’s hard to really understand what they're getting at, but with California's very own Jessica Pratt that's not the case.