Old New Love // Chork

This world that we live in has become strange and unpredictable. Chork has harnessed the idea that you can still be in love in this socially disconnected world, whether it is reciprocated or not. A song about loss, about being apart, about love, it's got it all here. It doesn't dwell on unhappiness, infact it... Continue Reading →

10 Pounds // Joe T. Johnson

Joe T. Johnson hailing from sunny Bristol crafts sleepy folk rock, think Bob Dylan and particularly Billy Bragg. His new single is a chilled, crisp tune to spend those sleepy days in lockdown. I particularly like the relatability of his lyrics and storytelling, we've all found 10 pounds and wasted it in slightly less than... Continue Reading →

The Queen Is Dead // The Smiths

Released: 16 June 1986Producer: Morrissey and Johnny MarrBand Members: Morrissey (vocals), Johnny Marr (Guitar), Andy Rourke (Bass) & Mike Joyce (Drums) It's a bit divisive, 'The Queen Is Dead', 'Strangeways, Here We Come', 'Meat Is Murder'... in my humble opinion, this is the finest Smiths album. Morrisseys' flamboyant, rose waving, morose style is spot on... Continue Reading →

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