Author Profile: Angela Okhumoya
Articles by Angela Okhumoya
They’re not going to change the world with this album, but they might make you smile.
Artists: Veronica Falls
On Wolf’s Law we find the Welsh trio delivering more indie anthems which are more akin to a band who crave the limelight of stadium Rock
Artists: The Joy Formidable
An all round well crafted album in terms of sound and lyrics, using a timeless style that can’t really be faulted but the style might override and under mind the music slightly.
Artists: Eugene McGuinness
It’s all a little samey and sounds like bunch old time New York and British rockers had a love child and they him called Devin.
Like London’s Great Escape, Camden Crawl serves as a showcase for the next crop of up and coming artists in the industry. Let Festival Season 2012 begin
‘Yours Truly, Cellophane Nose’ is a very expressive, fresh, eccentric and whimsical album, which is never a bad thing.
Lana’s sound and style is straight from the school of indie neo film noir, stylish Hollywood, off beat, dark and murderous.
Artists: Lana Del Rey
Night of the Hunters is a modern masterpiece but likely to bore those who don’t have an appreciation for classical music.
Artists: Tori Amos
Young Rebel Set hail from Stockton on Tees in the North of England, they’re a 7 piece band whose sound is described as blue collar folk rock
Artists: Young Rebel Set
Guys and Dolls may have a Rockabilly good time listening to this record but may also find it a bit of a bore.