Review: The Flight – Sarah EP

Having formed a friendship over their similar taste in a unique style of music, musicians Joe Henson and Alexis Smith, AKA The Flight, have created another stunning EP in which the genres of acoustic folk and electro synth intertwine together. After their first two EPs The Hangman and The Sinner Inside, the duo have gained…

Review: Happy Diving – Electric Soul Unity

“Revivals” are far too common in music today. The currently in vogue, lo-fi indie aesthetic is often a way to hide behind uninspiring song writing, stale ideas and lazy production. However, every so often a band arrives on the music scene that, regardless of how derivative and trite their ideas are, their charm can eclipse…

Review: Myth of a Life – She Who Invites

With the pioneering Swedish bands of the 90s a little way out of the melodic death metal limelight in recent times, this somewhat overpopulated subgenre could really do with some rejuvenation in order to keep up with the rest of ever-evolving world of heavy music. Sheffield’s Myth of a Life already have an advantage in…

Coldplay: Throughout The Years

Before Coldplay became one of the most world-famous bands of the 21st Century, a couple of significant changes occurred in their early years. Initially, Chris Martin and lead guitarist Jonny Buckland created a band called Pectoralz in 1996 during their university studies at UCL. Over the next two years, band members were recruited; in 1997,…