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Faith Hill

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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Kane Brown

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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Following the genuine aesthetic of Welsh-born music legend John Cale, comes the epicentre of his musical aura. A live album reissue collectively illustrating the magical characters that define the Rock and Roll hall of famer...

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Susan Boyle

Album Review: Susan Boyle – A Wonderful World

December 6, 2016 | 2 Comments

If there is even a sparse doubt in one’s mind of the true bliss in Susan Boyle’s voice, an instant listening to the British singer’s take on Louis Armstrong’s What A Wonderful World will weaken...

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Neil Young

Album Review: Neil Young – Peace Trail

December 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

Politically charged, vigorous and greatly involved, the modern western-esque landscape of America has yet again fallen coveted victim to Young’s intoxicating blend of grunge-folk music. With a sprawling career ranging the greater part of nearly...

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Kate Bush

Album Review: Kate Bush – Before The Dawn

December 3, 2016 | 0 Comments

In the sprawling cosmos of modern music, true beauty within a body of work often comes down to how well it is conveyed through performance delivered live. It is with this that music definition can...

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Album Review: DNCE- DNCE

December 2, 2016 | 0 Comments

It’s no easy feat to produce a danceable, funk driven pop album to the expectation of 2016. There’s a lot wrong with contemporary commercial “dance” music of today. Graciously, American dance-pop band DNCE have nothing...

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At a time when the world is caught up in rife patterns of disarray, questionable world leadership and poignant truth, there is plenty of room for necessary and compelling music. No other group could perhaps...

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