It seems hard to recall the last occasion in which I listened to the entirety of an album and enjoyed the full length of it. It is a rarity, let's face it. Inevitably, artists always include a song on their record that doesn’t quite cut the mustard- that you don’t quite feel as much passion … Continue reading Nuclear Club- Pop Psych, Album Review
As you’ll know by now, here at MusicallyMinded, I am forever looking for the fiery stars of the future within the underground music scene. Recently, I believe I have discovered a group from Birmingham that (quite literally) live up to that. Behold, the absolutely insane, Future Fires. The Brummie Boys have recently released their cracker … Continue reading Far- Future Fires, Track Review
Apologies for the absence over the past couple of weeks, it has been every college students' worst nightmare: A Level exams. However, exciting content coming soon.
Stevie Nicks. She produced some cracking music in her career, didn’t she? But now the Gold Dust Woman has seen the Silver Springs of retirement after The Chain she had with the music industry snapped, she claims she is Never Going Back. Truthfully, this post has nothing to do with the Fleetwood Mac star, I … Continue reading The Shantics: Stevie Nicks
It is often easy to forget that music today only exists because of its trail-blazing ancestors. Artists in the modern era only do what they do because of the inspiration from older generations of a similar profession. And I believe it is important to be educated on these role models and to still enjoy their … Continue reading 20th Century Boy
“Define: Novus,” is what I found myself searching into Google last Friday night. Recently, I found a new band that I’m quite the enthusiast about. They go by the name of “The Novus,” hence my self-education session the other day. Turns out, “Novus” is the Latin word for ‘new.’ And new this band may be, … Continue reading Greyscale- The Novus
Wales: a small country on the West coast of the UK. It makes up 4.8% of the islands population. Yet, some of the greatest bands of our time have wriggled their way out of that little land; Catfish and the Bottlemen, Feeder and Stereophonics to name a few. No, this isn’t a Geography lesson, but … Continue reading “Can You Hear Me?”- Track Review