Derrick Winterburgh

Derrick Winterburgh

Music student. Goes by the unfortunate pseudonym of Derrick Winterburgh. Like singing, feminism, equality, laughing, talking about mental health, and cheese.
  • Disclosure ‘Caracal’ Review

    Disclosure’s Settle is an incredible album. It’s one of those rare efforts that has me hooked song after song; it flows seamlessly, I’m loathe to skip anything. Settle is the UK based brother duo really harnessing their sound and executing it to its full potential. Needless to say, I...
  • Janet Jackson ‘Unbreakable’ Review

    The first notable thing about Janet Jackson’s new album, Unbreakable, is its length. With a colossal 17 songs to choose from, I went in expecting at least a couple of tracks that I’d enjoy. Even if, like me, you’re not an avid fan, it’s impossible to deny the influence...
  • Uncle Meg ‘Dangerfield’ Review

    Cheeky even in their name, Brooklyn trio Hand Job Academy have seen success with hit-back hits such as ‘Shark Week’, a detailed and hilarious epic about menstruation, and their infamous ‘Lena Dunham’, in which they affectionately refer to themselves as “blonde, gay, and Janet.” The gay portion of the trio,...
  • Artist Profile: JayWill

    JayWill, JayWill, JayWill, where do I even begin. For a guy who only has four videos on his YouTube channel, he’s given me a lot to talk about. At just twenty years old he’s stormed onto the scene of rappers from Compton, with contemporaries such as Dr.Dre and Kendrick...
  • Artist Profile: Damienn Jones

    Damienn Jones, discovered by Lil’ Flip and signed with Warner Brothers Music Group is a Texas native of Creole descent who is storming into the hip-hop world with connections, character, and a whole lot of talent. His most recent single, ‘Summertime’, a collaboration with recent breakout superstar Frank Ocean,...
  • Jamie xx ‘In Colour’ Review

    Jamie xx, born Jamie Smith, has released his debut album In Colour after years of prolific membership in the xx, along with some impressive and diverse work as a producer/remixer. He’s worked on tracks by artists such as Florence + the Machine (we all remember the ‘You’ve Got The...
  • Review: Mi’das ‘Stronger’ EP

    Mike Davies, more commonly known by his stage name as Mi’das, is a Brighton born and London based singer-songwriter/guitarist who has released three EP’s after an impressive career as an underground musician. Upon first listening to Stronger, his latest EP, I got the impression that we’re dealing with a...
  • Review: Hot Chip ‘Why Make Sense’

    After a three-year pause, the long-running indie electro band Hot Chip have returned with their aptly titled sixth studio album, Why Make Sense? They’ve been on the scene for a long time (since 2000) and, in the best way possible, it shows. This album is far more polished than...