By Imran Mirza, UKVIBE.ORG
I’ve always had this, perhaps overly idealistic, perspective that albums are very much like diary entries or snapshots of where that artist is in their lives, both musically and personally. For someone who has created a piece of art, to look back at it five or ten years later brings up all kinds of feelings and emotions to them, as the creator of said piece of art, that we as listeners or viewers or readers, etc wouldn’t be privy to. And that’s a sentiment that goes both ways – music we listened to years ago can quite often attach itself to nostalgia that forever influences what we hear however many years may pass. Read the full review here.