DAVID BOWIE / NO PLAN EP

Today would’ve been David Bowie’s 70th birthday and there’s numerous events happening across the world (and no doubt somewhere in space) to celebrate but the most exciting has to be the release of a brand new EP featuring tracks written for the Lazarus musical. These tracks were released on the soundtrack to the musical but…

THE ROLLING STONES / BLUE AND LONESOME

It’s been 11 years since one of England’s longest-serving, most prolific and legendary rock bands of all time has released a studio album. 2005 was the last time we heard a full LP of new music by the Rolling Stones when they released ‘A Bigger Bang’ and despite it being a fantastic album, and the…

PETER DOHERTY / HAMBURG DEMONSTRATIONS

Kolly Kibber serves as a fantastic album opener, setting the tone of what we can expect from this highly anticipated 2nd solo album from The Libertines icon. Like many people, I had no idea who Kolly Kibber is so with the help of my good friend, Google; I learned that it was a reference from…

TOY / CLEAR SHOT

TOY have always been one of those bands, that I’m aware of their presence and even their talent, but have always stayed away from and for nothing more than personal reasons. To me, TOY are the kings of the hipster psych movement, and I’ve turned my back on them multiple times, only due to their…

KINGS OF LEON / WALLS

We all know full well that Kings of Leon released their seventh studio album WALLS just over a week ago. Some of you may even know because we’ve talked about it so often on all our various forms of social media. We certainly should have reviewed or spoken about this album release already but between…

TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB / GAMESHOW

“Oi Smith! Why’s it taken you so long to review the new Two Door Cinema Club album?!” Something that’s no doubt been said non-stop by visitors to this site since the album, Gameshow was released this past Friday. Probably. Well, wonder no more…it’s taken me this long because a) I’ve been enjoying it too much and b) I’ve…

GLASS ANIMALS / HOW TO BE A HUMAN BEING

So if you’ve been listening to prime time, day time radio over the past couple of months, hanging around amongst the ongoing, stomach churning mediocrity of contemporary dance and electro, plus the extensive force feeding of acts like Drake, Fetty Wap & Rihanna, you may have noticed one new name bouncing merrily around the airwaves…

THE KILLS / ASH & ICE

On the third of this month and in the 2016th year of our lord, possibly the coolest duo in music history released their fifth, and long awaited, studio album ‘Ash & Ice’. It’d been five years since the last album release by The Kills and therefore the news of a new LP came as great…

IGGY POP / POST POP DEPRESSION

So it’s been a couple of weeks now since its release and I can only apologise for the late review. I can blame a busy schedule on it, of course, I mean it was Wrestlemania season, but also the fact that Iggy Pop’s latest studio album ‘Post Pop Depression’ came out on the 18th of March…

BLOC PARTY / HYMNS

Banquet, Helicopter and So Here We Are were three of my favourite tracks of 2005. Bloc Party were also one of my favourite bands throughout that year with the release of their incredibly confident, strong and well-received debut album, Silent Alarm. 2007 would see them battle “the difficult second album” syndrome with A Weekend In The…

ADELE / 25

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past month, you’ll know that Adele has returned. You might not know however that I have a hate/love relationship with the 25 year old pop sensation in that I hate to love her. I can clearly see that she’s got a belting set of vocals and…

TAME IMPALA / CURRENTS

I know, I know, I’m sorry. The Summer has been a typical Summer and you may have noticed a distinct absence of material on Mojo20.com due to constant drinking, holidaying and various other shenanigans. But in the back of my head, throughout the past two months has been the need to feature one of the…