Album Review: Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow

Artist: Bombay Bicycle Club
Album: So Long, See You Tomorrow

Prolific, endearing and sickeningly youthful are just a handful of adjectives to describe London band Bombay Bicycle Club. Since early 2009 this cosy quartet of school friends have been churning out album upon album, each packed with emotions ranging from teenage frustration to euphoric evasion. Continue reading

Album Review: Nina Nesbitt – Peroxide

Artist: Nina Nesbitt
Artist: Peroxide

After only 19 years on this planet, Scottish songstress Nina Nesbitt has developed quite the back catalogue with five EPs already under her belt. Her latest release, Peroxide, is her first full length album and, quite frankly, it may have been best to stick to the short circuit EPs as opposed to the lengthened piece she’s created. Continue reading

Album Review: St. Vincent – St. Vincent

Artist: St. Vincent
Album: St. Vincent

Never one to shy away from experimentation, St. Vincent’s latest self-titled album is full of juxtapositions in both style and content. It takes a certain amount of boldness to flee so haphazardly between various techniques and themes, but Annie Clark does this fearlessly. The result is an interesting clash of 80s electro-pop and brash indie-rock. Continue reading