Review of The Lost Brothers latest album, New Songs Of Dawn And Dust. Produced in relationship with The Coral’s guitarist..
Review of Inspiral Carpets’ self-titled album. Inspiral Carpets are back. What’s more, they’re on form – with this absolutely stellar..
Review of The Bluehearts’ first EP, Hurt. The Sheffield five piece have released their first EP, Hurt. Produced and mixed..
Review of new The Courteeners’ new album, Concrete Love. Six years ago, The Courteeners released St Jude. It was a..
Sheffield duo Slow Club have released their highly anticipated third studio album Complete Surrender – and Exposed are happy to..
Review of The Moons’ third album, Mindwaves. Mindwaves gets off to a rocketing start from the onset with, ‘Luna’ –..
Review of The Ramona Flowers’ new album, ‘Dismantle and Rebuild’. This is an album that is made to be remixed...
Review of Clean Bandit’s debut album, New Eyes. Pop music nowadays has gone rather stale. It’s about time someone came..
Review of Chrissie Hynde’s new album, Stockholm. I’d begun to think that the only time I’d ever hear of Chrissie..
Listening to the Scotsman’s new album transports you back to the funk and soul wonder years of Motown classics –..
The Deep End, which is the debut album from London based MC iTCH, packs as much punch as a Mike..
Review of PUP’s eponymous new album PUP’s imminent debut release could be described as less of an album, and more..
I always love it when, several albums into their career, and artist feels confident enough to release a self-titled album...
The Penguin Cafe Orchestra, has been reborn and reformed under the leadership of Arthur Jeffes (son of their founder) in..