Foo Fighters are back with their long awaited tenth studio album 'Medicine at Midnight.’ They have been a band for 26 years, and obviously that's a very long time, but they have proved that there is no sign of them slowing down.
Bringing together a range of surprisingly complementary genres and sounds, I Divorced Life brings us an album so forward thinking it’s almost a blast from the past with ‘Petting Zoo’. Look I know how it sounds, nonsensical gibberish at best, but if you listen or have listened I hope you can understand the reasoning behind the phrase. I would attempt to describe it in words however, they’re failing me right now, a new sensation I must admit and one that truly shows that this album is a winner. After all very few artists have ever left me speechless!
Ali Aslam is a Pakistani-American indie-folk artist from New York City. His music explores the complex, sometimes contradictory facets of his identity with a curious introspection and explores the life and feelings of someone who has spent a lot of time on their own. He would also describe his unique genre of music as “Supersonic folk”, which is more forward-thinking than the typical booming singalongs of the indie-folk genre.
Doesn't nine years just fly by? To think I was only twelve years old when 'Suck it and See' was released honestly frightens me, but nevertheless it gives us the perfect opportunity to look back and discuss the often under-appreciated fourth studio album.
It’s here, The 1975’s fourth studio album, Notes On A Conditional Form, or NOACF for short, dropped this week to much anticipation. As a general fan of Matty Healy and the boys myself, I was highly excited for the drop of this massive 22 song album. I was hoping it was going to be as awesome as the critically acclaimed album ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ prior. Here I take you through my track by track review, rating each song as fairly as possible out of 10 and making general notes, mind the pun. As with anything from The 1975, they divide opinion, almost intentionally and we learn to expect the unexpected, and this album definitely follows suit. So let’s get into it, this is my review of ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’.