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Review: The Strokes – The New Abnormal Rating 69%

Review: The Strokes – The New Abnormal

After seven years quiet, The Strokes have released a new album, The New Abnormal, in the midst of Covid19, on 10th April 2020 via Cult Records / Columbia. Their sixth studio album was recorded at Shangri-La Studios in Malibu and produced by Rick Rubin. With a movement away from that dirty bass sound we know so well of The Strokes, the band sound vastly different with this new record, perhaps their new abnormal.

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Forever Honey: It’s a glimpse into the frivolous lives of 20-something year olds

Forever Honey is Liv Price (lead vocals, guitar), Aida Mekonnen (lead guitar, vocals), Steve Vannelli (drums), and Jack McLoughlin (bass). After collaborating in a range of projects that shared stages with Editors, Middle Kids, and Johnny Marr, the four decided to collaborate, making something of their own. The band talk Christian, EPs, Covid 19 with The Fountain, with the release of their new single and EP.

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Review: The Chimes by Anna Smaill Rating 74%

Review: The Chimes by Anna Smaill

The Chimes' main protagonist above everyone else is London itself. Albeit reimagined, there is a resiliently strong presence of place in this novel, which is where people cannot form new memories, and the written word has been forbidden and destroyed, and the world is considered in musical terms.

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Forever Honey: It’s a glimpse into the frivolous lives of 20-something year olds

Forever Honey is Liv Price (lead vocals, guitar), Aida Mekonnen (lead guitar, vocals), Steve Vannelli (drums), and Jack McLoughlin (bass). After collaborating in a range of projects that shared stages with Editors, Middle Kids, and Johnny Marr, the four decided to collaborate, making something of their own. The band talk Christian, EPs, Covid 19 with The Fountain, with the release of their new single and EP.

Film

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Review: The Assistant Rating 94%

Review: The Assistant

Jane is the first person in the office and the last one out. She also wipes the stains off her boss’s couch. She’s an entry level assistant for an unseen and influential figure in the film world with a conveyer belt of young women visiting his office, a nod to Harvey Weinstein. The Assistant is a day in Jane’s life.

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