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Album Review: Joy Williams – Venus

July 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

I have been following Joy Williams since her musical ingenuity as one half of folk duo The Civil Wars. While I was gutted about their split, I was thrilled to see Williams pursuing a solo...

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You might have seen Canadian group Walk Off The Earth’s cover of Somebody I Used To Know by Gotye on YouTube where all 5 members of the band play the song on one guitar. A...

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As a fan of Hilary Duff since she portrayed Lizzie McGuire of the Disney channel, I was super duper excited for her latest album Breathe In. Breathe Out. after her 8 year album break. Duff...

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Album Review: Mika – No Place In Heaven

June 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Lebanese-British singer Mika is known for his catchy camp tunes that have had great success in mainstream pop. Known for their uplifting sounds and piano motifs, his songs always seemed to have clever pop lyrics...

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Album Review: Yukon Blonde – On Blonde

June 20, 2015 | 0 Comments

Canadian indie rock band Yukon Blonde are a trio of musicians who emulate all that is underground and happening within the indie genre. On tour different artists join the band, but within their latest album...

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Ben Montague is a British singer-songwriter who has received some success in the UK with a few pop singles. As a newcomer to his style and sound, I was looking to embrace his latest album...

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I first came across British rock band The Darkness with their hit single I Believe In A Thing Called Love that was released in 2003. This song in the most basic terms is an unforgettable...

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Single Review: Dami Im – ‘Smile’

June 12, 2015 | 1 Comments

Dami Im, the latest Australian gem of the music industry, has been emulating success with several top hits and even a top-charting album. In her latest single, she takes on the throwback doo-wop 1950s style...

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Album Review: Tove Styrke – Kiddo

June 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

Swedish singer-songwriter Tove Styrke garnered an audience after coming third in Swedish idol in 2009. Since then Styrke has explored a sound that is a combination of electropop and personally complex lyrics. Within her second...

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Album Review: Will Young – 85% Proof

June 6, 2015 | 0 Comments

British singer-songwriter Will Young has released an abundance of successful albums in the UK after taking out Pop Idol in 2002. Young continues his exploration of the electro pop sound in previous album Echoes with...

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Album Review: F.F.S – F.F.S

June 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s a truth well acknowledged that collaborations are never average. When two artists come together the result is either magic or something awful. It’s quite easy to pinpoint which category newly formed supergroup FFS –...

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US musical duo Twenty One Pilots house a wide array of instruments with the lead singer Tyler Joseph racking up vocals, piano, synthesiser, ukulele and even keytar. On this album Joseph is joined by drummer...

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New Zealand rock band Cairo Knife Fight explore a heavy rock sound in their latest album The Colossus. With a motif of buzz and distortion, the album explores an array of ideas and succeeds in having a...

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