Review: ‘In the Court of the Crimson King,’ King Crimson (1969)

'I talk to the wind, my words are all carried away, the wind does not hear, the wind cannot hear.' Years ago when I was deep into discovering all of the musical gems of the 1960s, this album came up. In the Court of the Crimson King has an iconic cover, with its grotesquely disproportionate facial... Continue Reading →

Review: Metallica, “Hardwired…To Self-Destruct” (2016)

The lords of metal return with their first album in 8 years. Back in primary school when I was still into whatever was on the radio like The Spice Girls  or Shawn Mullins, Metallica was one of the first bands, along with Korn, to move me from the darkness into the light. It was around the period... Continue Reading →

Review: BadBadNotGood, “IV” (2016)

BadBadNotGood are one of those groups you check out because they have a funny name. I was first introduced to them via a Spotify Discover search and listened to their album III for a good few months straight. I really loved their fusion of hip hop beats, modern jazz, electronic, soul and rnb sensibilities - and with... Continue Reading →

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