The prophet, mourner, deviant, mystic and destroyer have been resurrected from the desert depths of the Wretched and Divined to the prison cells of ‘Wake Up’. Solitary confinement embeds the four walls Andy Biersack and wild one members are detained, charged with the order of treason as his personified alter ego the prophet is facing a looming death to tremendously transitioning to a skin covered studded star wailing about the…

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Currency ready Fall Out Boy have more ridiculously far-fetched merchandise additions on sale. Lyricism “I’ll stop wearing black when they make a darker colour” speak of contextualising young societies fad for coal coloured clothing, a contemporaneous structured composition of sustained beats enclosed in a QVC style systematic illustrated narrative that remains to be unique, yet hardly fitting with the MANIA┬ámantra. The Chicago chimers currently residing their appearance and gig itinerary…

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Harry Styles‘ mildly glam rock staple self-titled, Kesha’s cultivated and colourful Rainbow, Taylor Swifts antagonistically confrontational Reputation and All Time Low’s seventh minimalistic atmospheric album, all records that have been, gone and are still amongst existent circulation in the form of overwhelming modernised streams. Whilst entering an already dominated Coachella 2018 territory with ticket prices skyrocketing to ordinary civilians life savings alongside the dispiriting absence of bands on the lineup,…

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A troubling dilemma that strikes band connoisseurs all too often. Exhibiting a band in the music industry with a significant following and developing fanbase, with all individual members being a fragment of the ensemble yet acquire traits, style and attributes that make them independently individual and it’s this unique persona and characteristics that define a member to become the chosen one. Lynn Gunn – PVRIS By night a gently┬áspoken soul…

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‘Happy Holidays, You Bastard’ and ‘Merry Christmas Kiss My Ass’ the pinnacles of a Yuletide pop-punk playlist. From Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds southern chimes of ‘Red Right Hand’ to the pompous persona of ‘Choke’, a synth spin off project of Dallon Weeks/Ryan Seaman, all wrapped up by a Fleetwood Mac heritage classic tied together with a My Everything Grande ribbon. The best playlist present in a festive 2017…

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