Category: Music

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

Morrissey Causes Controversy with 11th Solo Album

Low in High School – album review  Morrissey has always been one of the most controversial figures in the music industry since we met him during 1982 when he was the frontrunner of the band The Smiths. 35 years later,...

/ 8th December 2017

The Pigeon Detectives Light up Rock City with 10th Anniversary Tour

The Pigeon Detectives – Rock City, Nottingham – 20/10/17 The Pigeon Detectives have a new tour with an old twist as they celebrate a decade since the release of ‘Wait for Me’- the debut album which went platinum and skyrocketed...

/ 15th November 2017

Halsey – Underrated Feminist?

It would be a surprise if you haven’t heard of rising star Halsey by now. The 23-year-old has a unique electropop sound and edgy persona which helps her stand out from the crowd. She gained a significant amount of fame...

/ 14th November 2017

Kodaline release heart-warming new EP ‘Ready to Change’

Heartbreakingly raw lyrics are met with melancholic piano in Kodaline’s new EP ‘Ready to Change.’ The track which speaks of the bands old friend, expresses humanly of wanting to change, screaming out for it but not being ready to. The...

/ 13th November 2017

IdleWild frontman Roddy Woomble Showcases Music from Over the Years in Leicester

Scottish singer, songwriter Roddy Woomble returned to Leicester for his first time in over 6 years on a Thursday night and treated the city to an evening of his music from over the years. He played at The Musician on...

/ 30th October 2017

Canadian Experimental Outfit Impress with Sixth Studio Album

Godspeed You! Black Emperor – “Luciferian Towers” Review Canadian experimental band Godspeed You! Black Emperor’s sixth-studio album Luciferian Towers is a rather subtle deviation of their previous work. Offering lighter tones and what could perhaps be considered more generic riffs...

/ 30th October 2017

Papa Roach still Packing a Punch 24 Years Later

One thing to note is that this foursome definitely knows how to get a crowd riled up and excited for their imminent arrival on stage. Never before have I witnessed a band play an automated message demanding a packed venue...

/ 20th October 2017

Flyte Play Intimate Gig in the Heart of Leicester

Flyte – September 30th, The Cookie  Located in a basement bar on the High Street, The Cookie is an intimate venue that provides a platform for various genres of music. Alternative boy band Flyte graces us with their presence and headlined the...

/ 17th October 2017