Here it is, the final post of 2016 and the last of the big end of year lists – my top 20 tracks of the year 2016. While I wish I could say this list is exhaustive, I haven’t heard everything, so if there’s something not on this list that you think should be let me know, I’d love to listen to it!
2016 has been a rather eventful year, and not just in the world of politics. This has seemingly been the year of the surprise album, with artists of all genres trying to outdo each other on new, creative ways to release an LP. But whose album was the best? Here, I present my personal Top 10 albums of 2016…
While I haven’t had much time to write recently, I haven’t stopped listening to music – here’s another roundup of music that I’ve heard in the last couple of months!
In the last few months, a lot of albums have come out that I haven’t had a chance to review – here’s an article making up for that with a rundown of 5 of the albums that I’ve enjoyed the most!
Oxfordshire’s yearly Truck Festival hosts a huge selection of bands of all genres and sizes over its seven stages – of the bands I saw, here are my personal Top 10 picks of the best performances of the weekend.
In a move that proved fairly controversial with fans, earlier this year Radiohead announced a very small, limited tour of venues around the world, as well as a clutch of festival dates. As part of this tour, the band conducted a three night mini-residency at Camden’s Roundhouse, a venue that only seats 5,000. I was lucky enough to make it to the closing night of these gigs, and here’s what I thought.
Two weeks ago, after five years of patient waiting by fans and a week of incredibly progressive (anti) social media campaigns, Radiohead released their long awaited ninth album: ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’. As their very limited tour begins in Amsterdam, here are my thoughts on this long anticipated, alphabetically organised comeback.