Liam Inscoe-Jones

Liam Inscoe-Jones

Co-Editor of the Music Section at University of Nottingham's IMPACT Magazine.

After 21 years, The Stone Roses have released a new single, ‘All for One’, produced by Paul Epworth. The band

After all the waiting, all the teasing, and all the anticipation, it finally arrived. Five years after The King of

HÆLOS are the furthest thing from the characterless contrived creatives that come to mind when you think about an experimental

“Chancellor The Rapper, please say The Rapper” is back at it again with the dope mixtapes. Chance the Rapper is

Some tribute acts I’ve seen in the past seem as if they’d rather be playing original music, but are laboriously

Sleek, sardonic and intensely sarcastic: Josh Tillman (aka. Father John Misty) was one of the year’s most anticipated visitors to

I didn’t really know who Kaytranada was up until this point, and had his album not dropped on what I’m

Enriched by gorgeous watercolour artwork from veteran illustrator and namesake Quentin, The Colour In Anything is James Blake’s much awaited,

Chance the Rapper graced Jimmy Fallon’s stage earlier this month with a great performance of his new single ‘Blessings’ ahead

Konnichiwa. It’s finally here. After years of waiting and a previous release date of March 1st 2015, Skepta has delivered