“Lose Our Heads”, from Yonaka’s upcoming album, is the temptation to experience rebirth and a sneak peek into what it took for the band to get to where they are today.
The essence of this exciting new song is a bit rough, a great deal provocative, interesting and very serious. It's good to have you back, Banks.
Homecoming, written, directed and executive produced by Beyoncé, is a story of what it took to convert a vision into a body of work that has gone down in history.
Lyra’s art is a roar of otherworldliness shining brightly on the musical firmament.
This grotesque song is a fusion of frivolous melodies, raw, yet dancy instrumentals and deadly messages. Billie’s calm and collected tone of voice makes “bury a friend” the creepiest song of the year.
Last Thursday in London Jacob Lee made us realize that experiencing life on a much deeper level is the only way to feel fully alive.
Brace yourselves as in this review of Nina Nesbitt's single "Colder" we’re going below zero. Figuratively, of course.
There is wisdom i Dido's new single, her first material in 5 years, a poem about embracing life with all its sound and fury.
Veni Vidi Vici. This is exactly what Charlotte OC could proudly say to herself after an unforgettable performance last Thursday in London. What a magnificent half an hour that was!
Is it just me or is rock music the best music for the Halloween season? If you agree, I’d like to introduce you to one of UK’s most promising rock groups currently out there – YONAKA.
Within Temptation's new single is all about the heavy and theatrically poetic dimension of rock music, it is an epic introduction to the band's new material.
How dangerous can a woman with a broken heart be? Deadly. Izzy Baxter, Black Honey’s vocalist, gives a magnificent showcase of merciless revenge.
Travel broadens the mind and Join The Riot know that well. This is why the Chinese love them.
Kiiara shines bright like a diamond in the pantheon of badass forces of the music world. Be extra careful messing with this one.
Today in the reading corner of our Ellenwood EP book club we are thrilled to be talking about a book of poetry by none other than Florence Welch.