Category Archives: Reviews

Ryan Keen – Focus (EP Review)

Ryan Keen continues to prove how unsigned artists can gain recognition with his new EP ‘Focus’ 

Hailed as Zane Lowe’s “Next Hype”, Ryan Keen, the English born and bred singer-songwriter really has come far in the past 12 months. The 24 year old has constantly been touring, supporting the award-winning Ed Sheeran on his latest ‘+’ tour and receiving honours such as the “One To Watch” in 2012 by The Daily Mail and the support of Radio 1.

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Charlie Simpson – Farmer & His Gun (Single Review)

Already a music veteran at the age of 26, Charlie Simpson has announced his latest release in the form of ‘Farmer & His Gun’

So I’m sure most of you are familiar with the name, Charlie Simpson and that’s because he made up one third of Busted. Even though you may not admit it now, lets not lie, Busted were a major part of your childhood from 2000 – 2005. If you aren’t familiar with Busted (I don’t believe you) then you may have heard of the heavy rockers Fightstar, this was Charlie’s next project, most renowned for there song  “Palahniuk’s Laughter” and you’re probably just as confused about how to say that as I am. Fightstar split in 2010 after a successful short career together playing festivals such as Sonisphere, and Charlie ventured into the music world as a solo artist, focusing on his voice and an acoustic guitar.

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Cities of Glass – From Where We Are (EP Review)

Fleet’s alternative rockers continue to stride down the path towards stardom with their brand new EP ‘From Where We Are’

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Review: Clement Marfo & The Frontline – Mayhem

The year 2012 isn’t shaping up too badly at all for the UK with the London Olympics soon to be the centerpiece of the world and a music scene that is taking planet Earth by storm. And the so-called last year in human existence has already experienced another truly great UK force – Clement Marfo & The Frontline.

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