Superlative synthesisers, supreme spirit and sublime summer sounds. All Time Low’s snappily tempted track ‘Everything Is Fine’ prospects patterns of fooling succour and false self belief beaming groove, grit and gravity that pulls a political, if not personal reality into a mildly pop-punk yet moreover responsible rock landscape. Setting out on the ‘Summer Ever After’ tour trailing and travelling with championing alt quartet support crooners Dashboard Confessional and Hip Hop…View Post
Song, Album, Music Video & Performance Reviews
A collation of blog posts surrounding song, album, EP, music video and performances.
Clutching clucking chickens, cascading consequences and casually costly clothes. Panic! At The Disco and Harry Styles have been battling the elements in entirely divergent entities, with the Las Vegas wonders waging the water filled fountains on the Bellagio boulevard and the solo ‘Sign Of The Times’ singer getting to grips with the grey sky settings of bustling London, for a Gucci garment campaign to contribute to their artistic attainments. Sinfully…View Post
Enigmatic empyrean euphoria and a spatial Spanish showcase. Fall Out Boy and Liam Payne performed their rightfully artistic works, with ‘The Last Of The Real Ones’ the pinnacle of celestial prosperity amongst the musical midlife crisis call of the American allegiance’s seventh studio strive MANIA and ‘Familiar’, a performance of urbane dimensions and searing singing by the boy band past timer turned single handed soloist. Serendipitously gathering within the backstage…View Post
High hopes, high notes and high horns. Panic! At The Disco’s Welsh Biggest Weekend wonder, Live Lounge sequel, packed Pray For The Wicked sold out signing and audio album listening lig cynosured a US intrinsic unit’s transatlantic trail to a 5 day UK residency, readying the release of the religiously rooted record Pray For The Wicked. “I pray that my family stays safe while I’m on the road trying to…View Post
Mannered moves, guitar grooves and nostalgic nods. Niall Horan and Liam Payne proceeded to BBC Radio 1’s Biggest Weekend laudatory line up to demonstrate a duo of co existing boyband comrades cultivated into crafted solitary artists, dynamically demonstrating their musical differences and separate singing styles. On the same spot as his erstwhile ensemble parallel, Liam Payne and Niall Horan has zero social media displays of synergy, dissimilar to the pairs…View Post