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Tinie Tempah looks to return to the top with ‘Youth’ – Preview

Tinie Tempah looks to return to the top with ‘Youth’ – Preview

Tinie Tempah burst onto the scene in 2010 with his classic track Pass Out, now the rapper is trying to reclaim his crown with his new album ‘Youth’. His first album, ‘Disc-Overy’, was a massive hit but Tempah’s follow up Demonstration didn’t live up to the hype and he fell down a few pegs in the UK […]

 Georgia Trevitt

Zayn Malik: Mind of Mine Album Review

A year ago to this date, Zayn Malik quit the world’s biggest boy band. Today, he has released his debut solo album Mind of Mine. He’s waited five years to unleash his true musical talents and this album proves it has been worth the wait. Mind of Mine is a pop-R&B album living up to […]

 Georgia Trevitt

Preview: Zayn Malik’s Mind of Mine album

Preview: Zayn Malik’s Mind of Mine album

Leaving a big boy band hasn’t always worked out for previous pop stars, but former One Direction member Zayn Malik is hoping for success. Robbie Williams, who left Take That in 1995, proved that a successful solo career is possible when his first single shot to number two in the UK Singles Chart. However, going […]

 Sophie Dishman

Review: Seinabo Sey – Pretend

Review: Seinabo Sey – Pretend

Seinabo Sey is a Swedish artist who is by no means unknown in the experimental-pop world of music. Her debut album ‘Pretend’ was released on October 23 this year and it has already made its mark as a success. With her recent Soul/RnB artist of the year win at the Kingsize Awards, Sey is no longer pretending, she […]

 Adam Delicate

Review: Wombats Glitterbug “You can feel the emotional investment put into the songs”

After a sell-out UK tour including Newcastle’s O2 Academy, The Wombats are showing that the balanced blend of synths and guitars that give them that Wombatiness is as strong as ever in their third album, Glitterbug. Following on from its successful predecessors A Guide to Love, Loss & Desperation and This Modern Glitch, Glitterbug carries […]

 Laura Nicol

Review: Circa Waves’ debut album Young Chasers: “It’s a breath of fresh air that’ll have music snobs raging at the lack of quirkiness or originality”

After the a string of attention grabbing tunes like Fossils and Stuck in my Teeth, Circa Waves album, Young Chasers, has finally landed; and it’s a forty-minute collection of indie belters. There are influences from bands such as The Kooks and The Wombats on the album but the Liverpudlian foursome manage to bring a fresh […]