Category: Music

Fenne Lily’s Intimate Indie Gig

28 / 10 / 2018 The Bristol indie artist, Fenne Lily, brought the modest venue of The Cookie to life with her performance last Thursday. Fenne, who has been writing music since she was fifteen, released her debut album, ‘On...

/ 3rd November 2018

Music to Listen to on a Self-Care Day

I don’t know about you, but I for one know that I have a playlist of songs for pretty much every occasion. One for pre-drinks, one for the shower, one for the gym, a happy playlist, and a self-care playlist....

/ 31st October 2018

How ‘Our Girl’ Charmed The Cookie

Last Monday, when Our Girl was performing I really liked it. And the audience did too as they were swinging, smiling and even singing along. They were loving it. The Brighton-based rock trio, came all the way from the vocalist...

/ 19th October 2018

Who are The Maine?

I’m sure that most people will relate to knowing either a band or solo artist who doesn’t get as much attention as they deserve, and you wish that more people knew about them. I think we all have one, that...

/ 16th March 2018

REVIEW: Paramore take Birmingham’s Genting Arena by Storm

Every one of us who experienced the unfortunate ‘emo stage’ growing up with your converse, all black clothes and scene queen fringes will understand Paramore being one of those bands that you never grow out of. Even when you do...

/ 7th March 2018

Low Chimes, a Band to Look Out For 

The importance of the release date of an album can often be understated, but when Illumine, the debut LP from Stroud outfit Low Chimes, was released in early October, it perfectly captured the late Autumnal and early Winter phases. Combining...

/ 6th March 2018

Alabama 3 Review, November 4th, The Donkey – Leicester

Nattering away with a particularly lovely man a few urinals from mine, it occurred to me that he was very probably in the band. His dapper black suit, white shirt, sunglasses and very polished shoes… The attire at a gig...

/ 2nd February 2018

Black Sabbath say Goodbye to Fans With Emotional Film

Black Sabbath – The End of The End   4th February 2017 marked the end of Black Sabbath as their farewell tour drew to a close in the city it began in almost fifty years ago. The devastation of losing the...

/ 28th December 2017

One Year On, the Starboy

Abel ‘The Weeknd’ Tesfaye released his third studio album, Starboy, on the 25th November 2016. It rapidly shot to number one on the US Billboard Top 100, going double platinum in June 2017, whilst the single of the same name...

/ 26th December 2017

Demi Lovato’s Tell Me You Love Me Provides Modern Outlook on Love Songs

In this next instalment of Disney starlet Demi Lovato’s music career, she has made it clear she’s done making pop music. Despite her fifth studio album ‘Confident’ containing just a few of her most successful tracks to date, in July...

/ 11th December 2017