Glasgow, as far as it goes, is never an easy gig. From the slack-armed menace of its poppy-infused youth to the entrenched cynicism of her cirrhotic shuffling classes, the Black Eye of the Clyde has...
10. Bob Dylan – O Little Town of Bethlehem Yes, Dylan has a Christmas album. The critics say it’s ironic, the ears say it’s an abomination.
Epistemologically, we can say very little of A Life That’s Good. One could, however, say that in accordance with contemporary notions of musical aesthetics, this album is atrocious.
She was beautiful. Her voice was amazing. The album sold handsomely. Yet, despite all that, a single supercilious student reviewer said that Chapter One was sh*t.
entire career seems to be founded upon self-serving associations with the likes of Harry Styles
So; wise and heartfelt lyrics, sing-along choruses, neat guitar riffs and the odd bit of orchestral backing/saxophone section/drum solo for some added zing, but ultimately a dearth of the edge,...
The fourth album by My Brightest Diamond, operatically-trained singer Shara Worden’s musical alias, is so diverse in its influences that you’re bound to miss a few on the first listen.