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Record Rewind: Nas – Illmatic

January 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

April 19th 1994. Thirty nines minutes, fifty-one seconds and ten tracks that changed Hip Hop forever. As Nas famously mumbled at the beginning of N.Y State of Mind, I don’t know how to start this,...

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Originating from Melbourne, Jackson McLaren And The Triple Threat have the distinct sound of a band that belongs decades before 2013. Some Of My Friends is a very instrumental track with the title being a...

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Childish Gambino is the rap alias of the comedian and writer Donald Glover; Because the Internet follows up his 2011 album Camp and his previous six mixtapes. I for one was excited for the release...

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Single Review: Jessie J – ‘Thunder’

December 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

A question still ponders me when discussing Jessie J: What genre of music does she fit into. Pop, RnB, Dance? The answer is most likely all of them. That all gets disregarded and becomes irrelevant...

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Album Review: Dami Im – Dami Im

November 28, 2013 | 5 Comments

As far as stereotypes go, there is a certain stigma attached to the X Factor and the winners that come with it. Dami Im however, has done everything to abolish the cynicism surrounding this title....

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I have to admit that over the last few years, Mcfly have changed my opinion on boy bands, definitely for the better. Love Is on the Radio is a very catchy pop chart song, not...

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Album Review: Boyzone – BZ20

November 20, 2013 | 0 Comments

Boy bands come, and boy bands go. They are one form of music group that never seems to age, in fact year-by-year we see them revolutionize and explore, trying to outdo the previous cluster of...

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Single Review: DeadMau5 – ‘Suckfest9001’

November 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

Deadmau5 is a man that’s been making progressive waves in the house and dance scene over the last ten years. Already with six albums behind him, Suckfest 9001 is another example of the generic yet...

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My Dad never used to swear by the Bible; he swore by Eric Clapton instead. As a child, you’re too impatient and fidgety to know what’s good for you, so I never listened, to my...

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Ellie Goulding is a talented singer/songwriter, no question, branching out of late featuring on dance and electro tracks, which she is more than comfortable doing. How Long Will I Love You appears however a song more...

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The man, the legend. That’s how many music fans growing up in the 70’s onwards would describe David Bowie. The fact I’m writing about one of his new releases in 2013 is impressive enough, even...

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Album Review: Illy – Cinematic

November 4, 2013 | 0 Comments

There’s no question about it. This is Illy’s fourth independent album, and needless to say, the boy can rap. He has been honing his craft for some years now, both flying out with mixtapes (The...

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Album Review: Tinie Tempah – Demonstration

October 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

It’s been three years since Tinie Tempah’s debut, Disc-Overy, and can’t we tell. To start with, focusing on the album titles, 2010’s Disc-Overy was almost a broad analogy for Tinie starting out his journey in...

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