All posts by Rachael Scarsbrook

Glastonbury Line-Up Uveiled

It’s here. The big one… This year’s Glastonbury Festival landed online moments ago via a tweet from organiser Emily Eavis. But only in part, as only 70 acts have been confirmed to play down on the farm. So who can...

/ 14th April 2015

Shura @ Village Underground, London

Every so often, a new artist comes along and it feels like a shot of pure endorphins coarsing through every fibre of your being. Last night, said new artist; Shura, did exactly this to myself and the rest of the...

/ 26th March 2015

Grimes Feat. Bleachers – Entropy

When will people learn that; in 2015, pop music is not the enemy? Life’s too short to pretend that you don’t enjoy a catchy pop hook, and these days anyone worth their salt wouldn’t raise an eyebrow if when thumbing...

/ 19th March 2015

Kendrick Lamar – How To Pimp A Butterfly

Well what a Monday it’s been for new music! Not only have we had album releases from Marina & The Diamonds but today also saw a wealth of artists unsuspectingly drop their albums on fans via streaming sites with little...

/ 16th March 2015

Haim & M83 – Holes In The Sky

Film soundtracks were never something anyone used to pay particular attention to in the past, but these days the huge range of world conquering acts getting involved to score pictures is making them big business. The latest movie to follow...

/ 7th March 2015

Courtney Barnett -Depreston

The ever talented Courntey Barnett has been around for a good few years on the live circuit now, and a personal favourite from these shows has always been ‘Depreston’, which until this week has never seen the light of day as...

/ 5th March 2015

Sufjan Stevens – ‘No Shade In The Shadow Of The Cross’

Did I miss the memo that said this week was when all of my favourite people announced their comebacks? Following on from Florence dropping a new single, it is now also time for our collective hearts to be once again...

/ 21st February 2015

Florence & The Machine – What Kind Of Man

Everyone has something that changes their life in some way, whether it be a book, a poem or an album. For myself, this change came from the music of Florence & The Machine, to whom I have been a dedicated...

/ 19th February 2015

Saint Raymond @ The Koko Club

It’s been a massive few years for Callum Burrows aka Saint Raymond, he’s opened for Haim on both of their sell-out UK tours, and before Christmas he was playing Wembley Stadium as Ed Sheeran’s main support act. It comes as...

/ 17th February 2015

Maricka Hackman – Open Wide

It seems like an age has transpired as we eagerly await the release of ‘We Slept At Last’, the debut LP from Maricka Hackman, but to tide us over until the 16th of February, Hackman has gifted fans with another...

/ 12th February 2015