Gomez

How we operate

Drifting in and out

I think I’ve written this before but Gomez were the first band I ever saw live – or at least that’s what

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Foster The People

Houdini

More-Than-One Hit Wonder

Now, maybe my title is ever-so-slightly clickbait. In reality, who’s out there calling Foster The People a one-hit-wonder band? Well, I was, through

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Linkin Park

Hybrid Theory

Pioneers of Power and Worry

In theory, during the heyday of pop groups and alternative rock bands, if someone said they wanted to make a rap-metal group,

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The Prodigy

The Fat of the Land

Musical Convention: Shattered

Luckily, my parents were the type to embrace difference, and I was allowed to purchase Prodigy’s ‘Firestarter as one of my first-ever

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Sam Fender

Seventeen Going Under

A Storytelling Masterpiece

The morning after a heavy night of drinking with some mates, I was travelling back home and I turned to Radio X

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Daughter

Youth

Finding peace

Daughter’s whimsical woes in the song Youth are captivating. This isn’t just a break up song, this is a window to the

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Florence + The Machine

Lungs

Tambourines at the ready

This album is a breath of fresh air, and definitely my favourite Florence + The Machine album. Florence is a modern Kate

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The Dresden Dolls

Girl Anachronism

I am the girl anachronism….

A band that oozes vulgarity and humor alike, The Dresden Dolls are a part of my soul. Upon hearing Girl Anachronism for the

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