Tag: review

A Star is Born Review – Cooper’s remake is beautifully heart-breaking

Bradley Cooper’s remake of the classic film shows the heart-breaking reality of addiction and the highs and lows of the music industry. 4/5 A Star Is Born has been accompanying generations, having a total of not one, not two, but...

/ 10th October 2018

Tasting the Boneyard, A review of the new menu

by Elle Knaggs Boneyard relaunched a brand-new menu and me and my Demon FM presenter Gage Holland went to check it out. We stepped through a small doorway lit by neon signs into a buzzing atmosphere. A darkened environment lit...

/ 18th May 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

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

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

The Mountain Between Us: A Star-studded Lukewarm Romance?

When two strangers charter a small plane in the midst of a looming storm, crashing into Utah’s mountainous wilderness in mid-winter was not what they expected. Alex (Kate Winslet) and Ben (Idris Elba) must work together to survive, but as...

/ 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

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

Is shoegaze back to stay? Let’s hope so – Slowdive album review

A common staple in the life-cycle of music is the re-appraisal of a band’s work – the passing of time can allow an album to breathe, giving it time to settle and find its place in the world after initial...

/ 18th May 2017

Julian Barratt brings Mindhorn out of retirement in a wickedly funny sleuth spoof

If years of watching films has taught me anything, it is that spoof films rarely occupy a middle ground – they are normally either wickedly funny, or painfully unfunny. Thankfully, Mindhorn, starring and co-written by Julian Barratt (co-creator of The Mighty...

/ 16th May 2017