Chris Gillett

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23 Jul 2017 Debut album Days Are Gone was a commercial success, showcasing Haim’s knack for catchy pop-rock songs, whilst capturing the personalities of the three sisters. Four years on, and their follow-up Something To Tell You shows the band throwing all that charisma under the bus.
23 Jul 2017 British electro-pop duo Oh Wonder dropped their second album Ultralife last week, following the huge success of their self-titled debut in 2015, which sold more than 500,000 copies worldwide and has been streamed more than 500 million times.
14 Jul 2017 Following the snore-fest which was 2015’s A Head Full of Dreams, Coldplay are returning to the more incisive songwriting of their earlier albums on their latest EP release, Kaleidoscope.
09 Jul 2017 The indie band might have never played in Asia before, but they can’t wait because it’s “going to be wild”.
07 Jul 2017 The new album is mostly inspired by her tour of Latin America last year, where she stayed with fans while playing solo shows around the continent.
30 Jun 2017 The Scottish music producer has collaborated with, in his own words, “the greatest artists of our generation.”
25 Jun 2017 Pop rockers Esimorp were crowned champions of the Volkswagen x Underground Battle of the Bands last month, winning studio recording time, as well as a tour van to use for upcoming gigs. The four-piece told us about their beginnings, ambitions, and how it felt to win.
23 Jun 2017 The Radioactive band's third album might not be as explosive as their debut, but it's definitely worth a listen
18 Jun 2017 Making music is liberating for Frank Cabezas, 20, a rapper who goes by the stage name The Mailman.
16 Jun 2017 Lorde seemingly sprung out of nowhere in 2013 with her huge hit single Royals, and now the New Zealander has returned with her second full-length album Melodrama.

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