Monthly Archives: March 2014

Beck – Morning Phase

It’s been six years since we have had a Beck album but let me tell you ‘Morning Phase’ was worth the wait. Here a much more mature sounding Beck replaces the jokey hip hop delivery and nonsense lyrics of old … Continue reading

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War on Drugs – Lost In The Dream

After several line ups, one famously including Kurt Vile, Adam Granduciel has now made ‘War on Drugs’ his own ‘Lost in the Dream’ is their third album and sees them settle on not just a band but a definite sound. … Continue reading

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Elbow – The Take Off And Landing Of Everything

There is a saying that goes ‘if it isn’t broke don’t fix it’ and that certainly applies to Elbow’s sixth album, that’s not say it’s bad by any means, it just has an air of familiarity about it. Thankfully for … Continue reading

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The Grand Budapest Hotel

There are few and far between directors who have such a unique style that shown a portion of any of their films you could instantly name them, one such working today is Wes Anderson. Anderson debuted with ‘Bottle Rocket’ but … Continue reading

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