Ed Sheeran – –

Having finally exhausted all of the basic mathematical symbols, it makes sense for Ed Sheeran to have saved - to the end – mostly since it’s the most tonally similar to his 2011 debut, +. A stripped-back acoustic project that finds Sheeran diving into some of the most serious topics of his career and opening … Continue reading Ed Sheeran – –


Halsey – hopeless fountain kingdom

Indie pop artist turned stadium-status superstar Halsey returns to deliver her sophomore studio album, following up 2015's lacklustre Badlands. Since being featured on one of the biggest songs of all time, The Chainsmokers' "Closer", Halsey's place in the public eye has grown exponentially and this album drops at a very opportune time for her. Halsey has … Continue reading Halsey – hopeless fountain kingdom