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Viagra Boys: “Shrimp Trawlers Fished Out Of A Dark Louisiana”

Logan Walker shares his experience of seeing The Viagra Boys at the iconic Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow… WHO: Viagra Boys  WHERE: The Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow  WHEN: 21st of January 2023  The Barrowlands is one of Scotland’s most sacred temples of sound, and Swedish post-punk dance cowboys, Viagra Boys – touring in support of their latest release Cave World – came prepared to pay tribute to … Continue reading Viagra Boys: “Shrimp Trawlers Fished Out Of A Dark Louisiana”

FLO: “This Generation’s Destiny’s Child”

New girl band alert? With more about this new and exciting group is Jessica Bowden Flo are the latest girl group to make major moves in the UK R&B scene, going viral on .ktok with their song ‘cardboard box’ giving post-breakup empowerment vibes to all the girlies. Jorja Douglas, Renée Downer and Stella Quaresma formed Flo back in 2019, describing themselves as: 3 young women … Continue reading FLO: “This Generation’s Destiny’s Child”

The Cher Show: “A Tribute Act Or A Musical?”

Sharing her thoughts on the musical phenomenon ‘The Cher Show‘ is Cara Blackhall It’s fair to say Cher has made her mark on the world. From her dazzling outfits, diva persona and let’s not forget her surprise appearance in Mamma Mia 2. It’s surprising to think that it has taken this long for there to be a musical surrounding her life. The brand-new musical, The Cher … Continue reading The Cher Show: “A Tribute Act Or A Musical?”

Fall: “an overshadowing sense of disturbance and fear”

Earlier this month, “Fall” debuted on cinema screens. Directed by Scott Mann, the movie is an anxiety-inducing thriller which explores the journey of two adrenaline junkies who find themselves stuck on top of a 2000 feet radio tower with no way back down. Despite a seemingly straight to the point concept as the title may suggest, the movie in which two girls sit on top … Continue reading Fall: “an overshadowing sense of disturbance and fear”

To Hell With It by PinkPantheress: “So addicting and universally liked”

From severe heartache to taking accountability in one’s own actions, PinkPantheress guides us through all these emotions in her debut mixtape to hell with it.  To hell with it begins by reintroducing us to Pain, a song that was dropped back in June after being teased on TikTok for couple months prior. It serves as an introductory to this whimsical, unlucky in love emotion for this album, as … Continue reading To Hell With It by PinkPantheress: “So addicting and universally liked”

Ladies & Gentlemen HER…

Adele made her return to the music industry on Friday and, like always, didn’t leave her any single fan disappointed.  Her newest single ‘Easy On Me’ comes in the lead-up to her highly anticipated 4thstudio album ‘30’ which is set to be released before the end of the year. Adele has dominated the music industry at its peak and despite lying dormant for nearly 7 … Continue reading Ladies & Gentlemen HER…

YUNGBLUD Life On Mars Tour: “Raw Magnetism”

After reviewing YUNGBLUD’s 2020 album, I was already able to look beyond the singer’s vocal talent and focus on the way he relates with his fans. My visit to YUNGBLUD’s Monday night gig at Edinburgh’s 02 Academy further entrenched my views on the singer’s connection with his fan-base.  Despite the more intimate setting, the buzz I felt surrounding YUNGBLUD’s Edinburgh visit was, just as (if … Continue reading YUNGBLUD Life On Mars Tour: “Raw Magnetism”

Noel Gallagher & the Sexism that Plagues Female Musicians

The music industry is rooted in sexism. To this day, male artist’s across all genres chastise and attempt to humiliate their female peers. The idea that women who make music are not as ‘cool’ as the men they share the charts with is very much prevalent, even in a society that is supposedly progressing.  Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher has a long history of sexism. It … Continue reading Noel Gallagher & the Sexism that Plagues Female Musicians

Bring Me The Horizon Live From The SSE Hydro: “the energy was palpable”

When waiting in the line for Bring Me The Horizon’s second post-pandemic show, hot off the heels of Hull’s Post Human: Survival Horror tour opening show, there were two things I noticed. The first, was the excitement among the Bring Me The Horizon faithful. From what I gathered in conversations with fans in the line, this was many of their first concerts post-pandemic, just as … Continue reading Bring Me The Horizon Live From The SSE Hydro: “the energy was palpable”

MONTERO by Lil Nas X: “A very powerful message”

Hot off the release of several chart-topping singles, Lil Nas X released his debut album on Friday and has continued to break the boundaries in the rap community.  The self-titled album ‘MONTERO’, which has been in the works for quite some time, was described as a “form of therapy” for the Georgia born rapper. The artist has claimed to be an outcast ever since his … Continue reading MONTERO by Lil Nas X: “A very powerful message”