Monthly Archives: October 2014

Welcome to the Jungle

Next up on our musical adventure is Mercury Prize nominated Jungle. The musical collective hail from London and signed to XL Recordings (Adele, Vampire Weekend). We’ll be listening to their debut album for the until Sunday, by which time we will … Continue reading

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Sated Fan – Fran’s Review

Hungry Ghosts is just about what I expected from OK Go’s fourth album. This is a solid pop-rock record with a few moments of flair. The fractured sound of opening track Upside Down and Inside Out is a great match for the album … Continue reading

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Just OK – Dave’s Review

You know what you are going to get with OK Go, and their latest offering Hungry Ghosts is no different. Solid pop rock with a hint of funk, some catchy choruses and smooth singing from Damian Kulash. The album starts brightly with … Continue reading

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Hungry for OK Go

In a Musical Adventure first, this fortnight we will be reviewing an album the week it comes out! YouTube darlings and live show pros OK Go release their latest offering Hungry Ghosts on October 14, but those in the know … Continue reading

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Alvin, Simon, Theodore! (and Twigs) – Fran’s Review

LP1 by FKA Twigs took a bit of getting used to, but throughout the two (and a half – sorry Dave!) weeks I’ve been listening to it, it has definitely grown on me. The other thing that gradually grew on … Continue reading

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Little Twigs is flourishing – Dave’s Review

Like her live performance, LP1 by FKA Twigs is a sexy and enjoyable experience. Fitting with fellow Young Turks band the XX, her music has a minimal style, where silence and patience are as much instruments as the bass and … Continue reading

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