Tag Archive: debut album

Daughter – Live

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Oh, how much things can change in two years. The last time I saw Daughter play in Cambridge they were supporting Benjamin Francis Leftwich at ARU. There was only two of them then:… Continue reading

Swim Deep – Where The Heaven Are We?

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Where The Heaven Are We? That is the question posed by the title of Swim Deep’s debut album. If the following eleven tracks are anything to go by, then the answer is: on… Continue reading

Josh Kumra

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Josh Kumra first hit the scene back in 2011. He landed with a splash. More specifically, at number one with Don’t Go. It was a collaboration with Wretch 32 and a hard act to follow.… Continue reading

To Kill A King – Cannibals With Cutlery

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“A cannibal with cutlery is a cannibal still” sings Ralph Pelleymounter on the eponymous track from To Kill A King’s debut album. It’s not hard to see that as a commentary on modern… Continue reading

King Charles Update

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As you’ve probably guessed by now we’re pretty big fans of King Charles. We aren’t sure whether that’s due to the refreshing songwriting, characteristic voice or unique look. Most probably it’s a combination… Continue reading

David’s Lyre – English Rose

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It’s a shame when things don’t go to plan, and perhaps equally upsetting is just how often that’s the case, what with Burns night last week “the best-laid schemes o’ mice an ‘men… Continue reading

Bear Driver – Let The Cold//Never Never

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We at HMCMB have been pretty keen on Bear Driver for a little while now. The 6-piece collective first came to our attention back in March last year, with their release of several… Continue reading

Ben Howard – Every Kingdom

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Today sees the re-release of “Keep Your Head Up”, Ben Howard’s soaring ballad and the third single from his debut album “Every Kingdom”, which is due for release this time next week. It’s… Continue reading