Enjoy our latest album & song reviews
An avalanche of new songs
The Avalanches are an interesting bunch: after releasing their seminal 2000 album Since I Left You, they were not heard from again till 2016. And now this: December 2020's We Will Always Love You, or the best Christmas gift many could have hoped for...
30 December 2020
Sir Paul has a Christmas gift for everyone
Right in time for Christmas, Sir Paul has released his third solo album, McCartney III: a proper way to end what could be one of the worst years in decades! 40 years after its predecessor, McCartney III was born as a way to cheat the pandemic, both figuratively and literally...
23 December 2020
Wishing anyone sang like you still
The late Chris Cornell left this earth a little over 3 years ago. Yet he emerged last week with a (last?) gift from the grave...
14 December 2020
It took almost a decade for legendary New York rapper Busta Rhymes to release his latest album... but it was worth every minute of it.
3 December 2020
Following the death of rhythm guitarist Malcom Young, health concerns of singer Brian Johnson and legal issues of drummer Phil Rudd, the future didn't look too bright for legendary rock and roll outfit AC/DC... until they defied the odds once again.
23 November 2020
A new Kylie Minogue album is always an event. A new Kylie Minogue album in the middle of a deadly global pandemic is even more than that...
9 November 2020
Letter to all of us
A short year after Western stars, the Boss, aka Mr Bruce Springsteen (along with his legendary E Street Band), comes back with Letter to you, his 20th album — and his best in quite a while...
29 October 2020
Frenchman Woodkid burst on the scene quite announced in 2011. His debut album then catapulted him further into French Touch stardom, after which he decided to retire... until now.
19 October 2020
Songs for the best public
The Lemon Twigs showed up unannounced in 2016 with an incredible blend of highly sophisticated retro-power-indie-rock — and enough talent to reinvent musical history. Guess what: they're back...
8 October 2020