Bob Dylan’s new chilling and retrospective song ‘Murder Most Foul’ and how it confirms the eternal genius of a masterful poet in a modern world.

By Mollie Campbell. When I woke up this morning, I didn’t think I would be in for a treat this big…a brand new Bob Dylan song. And after one listen through, it is, in my opinion, one of his greatest works since he burst onto the folk scene in the 60’s. As a lifelong fanContinue reading “Bob Dylan’s new chilling and retrospective song ‘Murder Most Foul’ and how it confirms the eternal genius of a masterful poet in a modern world.”

Johnny Cash ‘At Folsom Prison’ album review – how the record has stood the test of time, and why its legacy will never be diminished.

By Mollie Campbell   Whilst the back-catalogue of Johnny Cash is full of endless iconic songs and albums, the first thing that comes to my mind when thinking of the Man in Black is the album ‘At Folsom Prison’. Its zestful energy, the courage behind the creation, its indescribable infectious spirit…all results in a 45Continue reading “Johnny Cash ‘At Folsom Prison’ album review – how the record has stood the test of time, and why its legacy will never be diminished.”

Vampire Weekend ‘Father of the Bride’ – album review.

Album: Father of the Bride Band: Vampire Weekend Members: Ezra Koenig, Chris Tomson, Chris Baio Genre: indie-rock Rating: 8/10 Song Highlights: Harmony Hall, This Life, Bambina, Sympathy A new album after 6 years was always going to be a hard thing to achieve, making sure it was exactly what the band envisioned musically and artistically,Continue reading “Vampire Weekend ‘Father of the Bride’ – album review.”