The first Slaves’ album had charm. Amongst its aggression was something fresh, quirky and enjoyable, which are all things that are hard to find in the new album. The record isn’t awful by any means, but it feels forced, from...
Jonathan Alomoto reviews Masta Ace's recent Norwich gig.
Listen to the voices of our generation, they call for change. One only needs to look back a few years to see how, in 1969, Woodstock festival was one of the biggest and most powerful political manifestations of the 20th...
First of all, this review is likely to be very biased towards Green Day. The band were the source of my first ever CD and my first concert. They were the foundation of my music taste and, as such,...
One criticism that has been levelled at pop music this decade is that it really doesn’t seem to mean anything anymore, and it rings particularly true at present. One of the most hotly contested general elections ever may be...
To set the scene; the Norwich Open was set for a smaller and more intimate gig. The large and grand main hall was reserved for the bar only and the stage was set in the smaller secondary room. On entering...