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Olly Murs

Single Review: Olly Murs – ‘Grow Up’

October 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

The Essex-born burgeoning singer Oliver Stanley, perhaps better known to his fans as Olly Murs or as that X-Factor runner-up who has been tossed into the centre of the stage, makes a return in 2016 by releasing another distressing pop music letdown. Grow Up is the name of the single taken from upcoming album 24...

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Bruno Mars 2016

Single Review: Bruno Mars – ’24K Magic’

October 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

Bruno Mars has dropped a new single, 24K Magic, from his forthcoming album also called 24K Magic. The retro funk hip hop hit is a surefire party starter that will get the house bouncing. 24K Magic was written by Mars, himself, along with Christopher Brown, a member of the music production troupe 1500 0r Nothin’,...

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As if there is any need to justify new material from Metallica. The band have solidified themselves as metal icons for the better part of 30 years, with their tracks planting among the most anthemic music contributions of all time. Their newest single off their upcoming album Hardwired…to Self-Destruct is no different, going back to...

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If there’s one thing that has defined the 7/27 era’s singles, it’s their variety. The mid-tempo electro-R&B of Work From Home and reggae vibe of All In My Head (Flex) were decidedly different from each other, despite a similar beat underneath them, and this doesn’t seem to be a trend that’s stopping with the latest...

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Niall Horan

Single Review: Niall Horan – ‘This Town’

October 5, 2016 | 2 Comments

With One Direction officially on hiatus and the members all pursuing their own paths, it was only a matter of time before Niall Horan began his own solo career. Fellow ex-band member Zayn Malik came out of the gates at full speed, redefining his image and tackling a variety of different genres, but Niall took...

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Emeli Sande

Single Review: Emeli Sandé – ‘Hurts’

October 2, 2016 | 0 Comments

It’s been a few years since Emeli Sandé first appeared on the scene with Our Version of Events. The past four years have been relatively quiet, with the most we’ve heard being a few features on singles for the likes of David Guetta and Rudimental. With her new album Long Live the Angels coming this year,...

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Following on from the release of his swing music album Swings Both Ways in 2013 and signing a new deal with Sony Music earlier this year, Robbie Williams is set to return with his eleventh album Heavy Entertainment Show very soon. The latest single, Party Like a Russian, showcases his return to pop music, though...

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Beyonce 2016

Single Review: Beyonce – ‘Freedom’

September 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you have not yet heard of the album Lemonade, I kindly ask that you emerge from the rock under which you have been living for the past number of months and familiarise yourself with this collection of songs by Beyonce. It is a conceptual album that pushes the boundaries of music, blurring the lines...

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The Fray

Single Review: The Fray – ‘Singing Low’

September 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

Singing Low is the lead single from The Fray’s upcoming singles compilation. Is it supposed to be a culmination of everything that’s come before it? Is it supposed to show the new horizons the band will explore? Is it supposed to be a smash hit like so many of their singles before it? It’s seemingly...

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In the early to mid-2000s the world experienced peak Usher, with the singer selling records by the truckload and performing concerts to mammoth crowds full of gushing and swooning fans.  It wasn’t overnight success, but it was a near meteoric rise and, as is always the case, what goes up must come down. It has...

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Back in 2014, Röyksopp claimed they were done with the traditional release format for music; they weren’t retiring from the industry, but they were very clear that The Inevitable End will be their last proper album, opting to favour exploring different styles in small doses. They seem to be holding true to that claim today,...

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It’s difficult to pinpoint the exact sound that Kings of Leon have fashioned for themselves that seems to build their artistic freedom and draw in a respectable fan base. Dainty sounds of punk music and southern, blues rock tipped with contemporary flair saw the band wield the power to be directly recognisable anytime they were...

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Shimmering again with modern pressured energy tipped with musical integrity both beautiful and physical, SIA’s latest pop wonder has hit the shelves ahead of her impending 2016 Nostalgic For The Present tour. The Greatest is a radio and chart-topping mainstay – operating within the use of inferred and organically beautified pop music magic. Co-Written by...

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