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Album Review: Clairy Browne – Pool

April 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

Australia’s Clairy Browne has arrived with her highly anticipated solo debut, Pool. Infusing slick pop melodies with the infectious attitude of R&B beats, Browne demands attention with her impressive vocal range. From emotive ballads to...

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Album Review: The Range – Potential

April 13, 2016 | 0 Comments

James Hinton, as The Range, has released his debut record, an electronica mashup of sorts, taking a range of vocal samples to create his peculiar first coming. But the beats he’s spinning aren’t ones you’ll...

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Hazy Country crooners Red Sky July push the boundaries of Alt-Country and Americana once more for their third studio album, The Truth And The Lie. And as usual the trio weren’t afraid to lay it all...

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Twelve Spells marks the fourth studio release for American rock n rollers The Stone Foxes, as they make a return with their latest 13 tracks. Packing each full of bluesy-rock and lively melodies, crafting quite...

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Masters of electronic tunes Pet Shop Boys, are back making funky grooves for their thirteenth album, with their latest single, The Pop Kids. Instantly enveloping you into their madness with the use of a euphoric...

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Grammy Award Winner and ultimate R&B crooner Anthony Hamilton is pouring all his emotions into his latest twelve tracks, in the form of his fifth studio album, What I’m Feelin’. As he effortlessly blends striking...

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Sultry pocket rocket Ariana Grande is back in full force, recently dropping the title track for her highly anticipated upcoming record, and latest single, Dangerous Woman. Exuding a classy noir vibe, Grande puts her husky...

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With an Academy Award and 2 Grammy’s under her belt, along with many other accolades, powerhouse Melissa Etheridge is back with her 13th studio album, This Is M.E.; the first release on her own independent label....

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Album Review: The Lumineers – Cleopatra

March 25, 2016 | 0 Comments

It’s been a lingering 4 years, but Denver natives The Lumineers have finally resurfaced with new material, their highly anticipated sophomore release, Cleopatra. And it’s the home of 11 striking tracks, from delicate narratives, to...

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They’ve contributed to 20 years of rock sound and have accumulated 5 successful studio records in that time, and now, 2016 sees the release of their 6th, Us And The Night. And while it’s been...

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Album Review: Tonight Alive – Limitless

March 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

Limitless is the third studio album from pop-punkers Tonight Alive and this time around, they’ve thrown away the album creation formula, to create something that’s enchanting and raw. These 13 tracks are a true musical...

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Album Review: Matt Corby – Telluric

March 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

He’s emerged from his quiet time in the wilderness for his highly anticipated debut album, and Telluric is a far cry from his previous smash hit Brother. For his refreshed take on music, Matt Corby...

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The enigmatic The 1975 have returned with the second chapter of their musical journey, and the product of their evolution I Like It When You Sleep, for You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It...

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