Redbrick Meets: Peace

Competition: Win two tickets to the 10th anniversary of Moseley Folk Festival

Album Review: Frank Turner – Positive Songs For Negative People

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    Redbrick Meets: Peace

    The boys from Digbeth made a trip home to warm up for Reading & Leeds and have a chat with Redbrick.

    Written by Matt Moody on 30th August 2015

    SLIDER (MUSIC)

    Competition: Win two tickets to the 10th anniversary of Moseley Folk Festival

    Get excited about this one! Moseley Folk Festival is having its 10th birthday this year from 4th-6th September and to celebrate Redbrick Music is giving away two weekend tickets!...

    Written by Alex Ekong on 25th August 2015

    ALBUM REVIEWS

    Album Review: Frank Turner – Positive Songs For Negative People

    Phil Jones catches good vibes from the festival favourite's new record.

    Written by Phil Jones on 20th August 2015

    SLIDER (MUSIC)

    Festival Review: Y Not 2015

    Music writer Liv Rafferty headed to Derbyshire to check out Y Not's 10th birthday bash.

    Written by Olivia Rafferty on 11th August 2015

    ALBUM REVIEWS

    Album Review: Mac DeMarco – Another One

    Does Mac's latest mini-album excite, or is this one to forget? Rachael Clear reveals all

    Written by Rachael Clear on 6th August 2015

    ALBUM REVIEWS

    Album Review: Tame Impala – Currents

    After two mammoth albums, has Kevin Parker delivered a third?

    Written by Phil Jones on 29th July 2015

    SINGLE REVIEWS

    Single Review: Selena Gomez – Good for You

    Does Selena Gomez successfully transition from a Disney duckling to a sexual songstress? Hannah Coles reviews

    Written by Hannah Coles on 24th July 2015

    PREVIEWS

    Latitude Festival: Top Picks

    Matt Moody picks five artists to catch at Latitude 2015.

    Written by Matt Moody on 15th July 2015

    ALBUM REVIEWS

    Album Review: LA Priest – Inji

    Blaise Radley tries to digest one of this Summer's weirder albums

    Written by Blaise Radley on 14th July 2015

    ALBUM REVIEWS

    Album Review: Vince Staples – Summertime ’06

    Our new music editor Alex Ekong gets to grips with Vince Staples' transcendent double album.

    Written by Alex Ekong on 11th July 2015

    ESSENTIALS

    Essential Albums: Pink Floyd – Wish You Were Here

    Matt McCrory on why Pink Floyd are a truly seminal band

    Written by Matt McCrory on 2nd July 2015

    SINGLE REVIEWS

    Single Review: Rihanna – Bitch Better Have My Money

    Hannah Coles takes on Rihanna's ultra-violent comeback.

    Written by Hannah Coles on 2nd July 2015
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