Did You Think by Chloe Payne Review: “A Feel-good Break-up Song”

New and upcoming artist, Chloe Payne is a 23-year-old from Basingstoke, England. Payne has been writing and composing music for the past three years and over time has gained experience from gigs in and out of London. Payne graduated from The Academy of Contemporary Music, leaving the music school with First Class Honours. During her degree course she was able to study under Jono McNeil, … Continue reading Did You Think by Chloe Payne Review: “A Feel-good Break-up Song”

Solar Power by Lorde Review: “Sound of the Summer”

New Zealand singer/lyricist Lorde has released her first single in 4 years, and it is exactly what her fans needed entering the summer months of 2021. After a year as stressful as 2020, and months on end being trapped at home, Lorde is asking her fans to forget their tears and to join her this summer. Back in 2017 Lorde released her album Melodrama, with … Continue reading Solar Power by Lorde Review: “Sound of the Summer”

Blue Weekend by Wolf Alice Review: “The prodigious sound”

Wolf Alice are unavoidable within the British indie scene. Winning the coveted Mercury Prize back in 2018 with their second album Visions of a Life whilst also securing a Grammy nomination, the band are no strangers to producing award winning tracks. Blue Weekend begins slow. The opening track, The Beach, commences with a distant drum which transcends into a harmonic strumming layered by Ellie Rowsell’s … Continue reading Blue Weekend by Wolf Alice Review: “The prodigious sound”

SOUR by Olivia Rodrigo Review: “Anything but bitter”

18-year-old, Olivia Rodrigo, has released her debut album SOUR, the brutally honest yet beautifully told stories that she tells in her song writing shows that although a teen, she knows how to make a record. After first listen it’s left us feeling anything but bitter. Early 2021, Rodrigo released her debut single driver’s license which took the world by storm. In the UK it kept its place at the top … Continue reading SOUR by Olivia Rodrigo Review: “Anything but bitter”

Review: Dickinson season 2

Dickinson returns to Apple TV+ for a season 2. Complete with a matured protagonist, brand new love triangles and of course, a lot more poems.  The opening scene of the second season shows an 18th century working newspaper press office, this later mirrors the individual newspaper press of a black man selling papers about the Abolitionist Movement in the South. The trials of Emily printing her … Continue reading Review: Dickinson season 2

Review: Selena Gomez’s 2021 Comeback & De Una Vez

Since the premiere of her song Lose You To Love Me back in October, 2019, Selena Gomez has been making a massive comeback. Although still being a prominent public figure, Gomez was mostly silent apart from one or two songs popping up here and there. She addressed social media and said that this was her time to find herself again and mend herself after years … Continue reading Review: Selena Gomez’s 2021 Comeback & De Una Vez

Review: Cobra Kai – Season 3

First released on YouTube in 2018, Cobra Kai is a show I initially slept on. In fact, the debate surrounding the original Karate Kid is one that I was ignorant to before the premise of Cobra Kai brought me up to speed.  The first two seasons of the series brilliantly explored the moral ambiguity that the original 80’s film failed to. Providing an emotional complexity … Continue reading Review: Cobra Kai – Season 3

Review: Big Mouth – Season 4

A show that has surprised us all with its themes and characters, Big Mouth has blessed their fans with another season. Although some viewers may think the release of the fourth season may have been a regrettable choice for the producers. The many who have watched the show know that the topics presented throughout the season tend to be based on adolescence and puberty. Big … Continue reading Review: Big Mouth – Season 4

Review: Yerin Baek – tellusboutyourself

Meeting new people can be difficult. The thought of having to tell such intricate details of yourself is daunting for many. Yerin Baek’s second full length album tellusboutyourself follows on from her first album Every letter I sent you, creating the sense of a new start, but a fresh encounter. From Yerin, lets learn how we could tell people about ourselves. Start with a greeting, … Continue reading Review: Yerin Baek – tellusboutyourself