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If there’s a way to make a mark with new and old fans then The Cranberries have undoubtedly set the benchmark in 2017. Nearly 25 years after they released their debut album to the world,...

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Album Review: Sheryl Crow – Be Myself

April 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Be Myself is a fitting name given to the latest album served up by Sheryl Crow. The legendary American songstress incorporates a heavy dilution of folky blues-tinged rock music dipped in a fresh volume of pop...

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After touring with Dead Company for the better part of the last two years, future classic American blues singer-songwriter John Mayer glistens into the first half of 2017 with his seventh studio record titled The...

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Album Review: Drake – More Life

March 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

In a booming blow for Drizzy fans, most of whom are still spinning from the release of Views in April of 2016, comes a new shade of Drake on his latest record. More Life pushes...

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Album Review: Tall Heights – Neptune

March 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

As with any music genre, cyclical tendencies in folk music seem to appear unavoidably in more ways than others. The psychedelia groovings of the sixties have been reinterpreted in many of the melancholic waves of...

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Album Review: Ed Sheeran – Divide

March 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

Dream hit-maker and genuine pop kingpin Ed Sheeran is at a point now where the Suffolk native can do no wrong. Divide is the latest record from the folk-pop superpower and reveals a working of...

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Album Review: Faith Hill – Deep Tracks

December 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

The reigning queen of country music has a knack for finding a way into the hearts of her global fanbase. It is a warmer and deeper intention, however, that has her latest record reflect on...

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Album Review: Austra – Future Politics

December 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Enduring long into their third record lay an enlightening soundscape filled with rebirth and pulsing life – plucked from cultures stretching into clubs, literature, life messages and unbridled rhythm. We thank Austra for the riding...

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Album Review: deadmau5 – W:/2016ALBUM/

December 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

Since his first studio album released just over ten years ago, Canadian-born Joel Zimmerman has advanced and engineered the rapid process of electronic dance music perhaps more so than any other conventional dance music musician....

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Album Review: Kane Brown – Kane Brown

December 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

In what may seem the next logical step for the neo-country music wave comes in the form of internet sensation Kane Brown’s latest and self-titled debut album. A contemporary twist on traditionalist acoustic pepperings, trusting...

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Back in 2012 upon first discovering Tom Odell, a shift in modern rock and roll would soon ensue for the West Sussex-born singer-songwriter. With two studio albums already under his belt detailing a classy spin...

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It is only plausible that this late into their massive music lifetime, The Rolling Stones offer a detailed and stripped back covers album consisting of their most regarded Blues music influences. Blues is best served...

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Simply put – compilation records are generally the streamlined, express method of discovering new music. 2016 has contrastingly seen a mentionable abundance of compilation records and ‘best of’ collections. These are never necessarily anything of...

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