This album has had some good reviews, and some bad reviews and I hate to say it but I agree with both of them…
I’m very much in the middle with the fact that I really enjoy some of her songs on the album, however I can quite gladly skip some altogether.
I became a fan of a few of her songs when I heard ‘Boom Clap’. I was instantly interested in what else she had released and written. This is when I came across her album True Romance (released 2013), I must say I wasn’t overly keen on that one, mostly because it didn’t sound as if she had quite found her feet with how she wanted to sound. However, she has since released (this year) her album Sucker and I heard more of the Charli XCX that I liked. Continue reading “Charli XCX – SUCKER – Review”
If you follow me on Twitter you know that it is no secret how much I LOVE Begin Again.
This was the first film that Keira Knightly had sung in and goodness, she has such a unique voice I’m surprised she has never shown her talent beforehand.
Continue reading “Film & Soundtrack Review – Begin Again”
This is an abnormally long EP at ten tracks long but as far as I can tell, the more Lux Lisbon you hear, the better!
Lux Lisbon are a Nottingham University made indie band with the influences from the greats Fleetwood Mac and Bruce Springsteen, members Stuart, Charlotte, Johnny and Tom have an original sounding band with an indie/ country twist. Continue reading “Lux Lisbon – Get Some Scars EP – Review”
I wanted to give the album a chance because of how much I loved her first two albums, however as the first track starts, I can honestly say I wanted to turn it off and go back to bed and watch Netflix. Although, once I got past the sad song you realise that it is about Marina getting over a bout of depression, but now she has found a new place to be ‘happy’. Continue reading “Marina and the Diamonds – Froot – Review”
This album has been out for a long time, but I have only recently started to listen to Nina Nesbitt, and I think she is brilliant! Continue reading “Nina Nesbitt – Peroxide – Review”