It’s not often I dedicate a whole article to reviewing an album anymore, but Everything Everything is a band that will always be intrinsically linked with Indiecisive. The first ever review published on this website was of the band’s 2015 album ‘Get To Heaven’, and it’s safe to say my anticipation of their fourth release ‘A Fever Dream’ has been, well, fevered. As a band who are famed for their experimentation and unusual approach to songwriting, it’s always exciting to see where on earth they go next.
The quest for Indiecisive to catch up on all the albums we haven’t reviewed yet in 2017 is nearly over – here’s five more to chew on…
Five more album reviews are here as Indiecisive’s gradual catch-up to the now continues – this time it’s another real mixed back with alt-J, Lorde, Marika Hackman, Pixx and Royal Blood.
This next batch of album reviews is perhaps the most mixed bag yet genre-wise and there’s also the biggest range of scores given out yet… Read on to find out what I thought of them!
One year on from their ninth full-length album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ and 20 years on from the seminal ‘OK Computer’, Radiohead are back on tour again, stopping off in Manchester for their only UK (non-festival) date of 2017. Originally intended to be 2 gigs at the Manchester Arena, the concerts were combined into one at Emirates Old Trafford, a massive venue with a 50,000 capacity. Perhaps not the most natural of venues for a concert, but the band made it shine.