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One of the most talked about artists of early 2014, George Ezra has now released debut album Wanted On Voyage to justify the hype.
The ill-informed would assume that Kasabian are generally, a much loved British band that most people find hard to fault, but the barbarous truth is that Kasabian have always divided opinion.
The number of bands you can compare Wild Beasts to is whittling, and the four piece certainly stand triumphant in a sea of bands that don’t pay much attention to their delivery or lyrics.
‘You Can Do Better’ (Alcopop!) is the 4th album from Jo Fo and it returns to the ragged glory of the 1st album in many ways.
They’ve played shows with The Vaccines, opened for Arctic Monkeys, and yet their debut album has still to see release. So who exactly are the four-piece that have been garnering so much attention from the indie elite?
Chvrches have created a sound that despite being very reminiscent of 80’s synth pop, they can clearly call their own.
Welsh five-piece Kids In Glass Houses are well known for putting out catchy pop-rock records, and fourth studio album Peace is certainly no exception.
After the punch-ups and drama that dominated the quartet last time, it’s refreshing to hear the Followill family blasting through songs with all the glee they had on ‘Holy Roller Novacaine’
Loud Like Love feels like the band’s most accessible, radio-friendly music to date despite feeling more so like a parody of what the band is.
As time has progressed, one thing seems to have been settled when it comes to American duo MGMT – ‘Oracular Spectacular’ is the anomaly