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Articles by: Reuben Cross

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by 07 Sep 2020

Interview: Building studios, community spirit and the importance of lyrics with Mellah

In more ways than one, it can be said that Mellah makes music ‘for the people’. On recent singles ‘Family Fun’ and ‘Habit’, the songwriter has shown prowess in being able to create radio-friendly pop tunes, but has managed to…

by 14 Aug 2020

Interview: From Cliff Richard and Christian Rock to Fuzzed-Out Bliss – We Chat to Blackaby

On his debut EP, ‘What’s On the TV?’, William Blackaby delivers a collection of four instantly sharp tracks that manage to combine fuzzed-out bliss, gorgeous floating melodies and lyrics that muse about the ennui of everyday situations. Speaking to the…

by 08 Jul 2020

Review: Twin Peaks’ maturity shows across new EP ‘Side A’

It might be tough to let go of it sometimes, but it sadly isn’t possible to stay young forever. Sure, you can hold onto those halcyon days of old where limits to fun were boundless, but there has to come…

by 26 Jun 2020

Review: Pottery are triumphant on maniacal debut ‘Welcome to Bobby’s Motel’

In popular fiction, the setting of a motel is one you’d commonly associate with seedy, sleazy or explicitly villainous activity. From the world-weary receptionists who appear to be dead behind the eyes, to the fetid stench emanating from every unkempt…

by 05 Jun 2020

Review: For Breakfast experiment with tradition on debut EP ‘Songs in the Key of O’

Oh, to be ‘tried and tested’. A universal indicator such as this denotes that the formula has been used before and was proven to be successful, and by that reckoning, why should you bother changing anything about it? It has…

by 15 May 2020

Listen: Enjoyable Listens unveil the hopeful ‘Summer Hit’

It would probably be fair to say that as we enter whatever week of lockdown it is we’re in now, many of us are craving a sense of excitement or fervour that went awry long ago. Whether it’s a desire…