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Album of the month October ’17

The album Gorillaz by Gorillaz Why? This is my favourite album of all time so there’s not much justification needed here in my opinion. This self-titled album was Gorillaz’s debut and was the catalyst for a massive career that’s so far lasted 17 years. Every song on the album offers something a little bit different… Continue reading Album of the month October ’17

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Album of the month September ’17

The album Modern Ruin by Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes. Why? A relatively new album compared to my other selections. This one is an old school rock album that you can sit back and appreciate without having to listen to intricate, over-complicated lyrics à la Radiohead et al. The simplicity of the album is its greatest… Continue reading Album of the month September ’17

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Album of the Month August ’17

The album Rumours by Fleetwood Mac Why? The album is an undoubted classic and at the time of writing, has sold over 40 million copies. That's some going by anyone's standards and highlights just how well received this masterpiece was by the general public as well as receiving critical acclaim from many reviewers. Best song… Continue reading Album of the Month August ’17

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Album of the Month July ’17

The album Hotel California by Eagles Why? Sticking with the summery feel of last month's pick, this album is one of my favourite summer night plays. There's something relaxing about listening to the entirety of Hotel California through the sunset. I know that sounds so cliche but it's true and it's great. The album is… Continue reading Album of the Month July ’17

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Album of the month June ’17

The album The Suburbs by Arcade Fire. Why? I chose this LP as we are now on the approach to summer and I feel like the mellow bass and piano components are a great way to get you in a good mood whilst reflecting on some interesting themes the album brings about. Namely, the advancement… Continue reading Album of the month June ’17