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
When you think of someone who claims to seek thrills, you picture the typical bloke in man-sandals, hiking up mountains with nothing but a cereal bar and a bottle of water to last weeks. Alright, that might just be me, but I’m sure there are many readers here who have experienced pure euphoria whilst at … Continue reading The Trend- Thrillseeker, Track Review
Via The Denim + Leather magazine, I interviewed the wonderful Hoofa, an amazing London based band who are set to release their promising EP 'Live at Bonafide' soon. ‘Olivia’ is a pretty moving piece with some thought provoking lyrics. What was the inspiration behind the masterpiece (check out 'Olivia' here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h83Tqmt35mA -it's a song for … Continue reading Hoofa-Interview
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.
Citrus- Takeout We’re all guilty of a quiet night in with a dirty takeout, aren’t we? It’s British culture. We love bringing home a jumbo battered sausage to eat on the sofa, with similar grace of Susan Boyle doing the splits. There’s some pleasant imagery for you. So, it’s unsurprising that the refurbished band citrus … Continue reading citrus- Takeout
Most people would say that the best feeling in the world is self-accomplishment. Or to love someone. Not me (which is risky knowing my girlfriend sees what I write.) The greatest feeling in the world for a music addict like me is hearing a song for the first time, and instantaneously knowing that you’re going … Continue reading Stuck in the Rough- King Purple