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Tatianna

Single Review: Tatianna – ‘The Same Parts’

September 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

If you’re watching RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 2, you’re aware that Tatianna absolutely killed the first episode with her spoken word piece, The Same Parts. Now, she’s repurposed it for the dance floor, and turned The Same Parts into a trap dance track that’s decidedly different, but still ridiculously hot. The verses of The...

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Guy Sebastian 2016

Single Review: Guy Sebastian – ‘Candle’

September 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

After a year out of the lime light, Guy Sebastian is back with a new single, Candle, and a cool edgier sound influenced by the likes of Lenny Kravitz. Sebastian co-wrote the track with friends Jon Hume (producer, and singer of the band Evermore) and Trey Campbell (song writer). Candle is dedicated to Sebatian’s wife, Jules,...

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Detox

Single Review: Detox – ‘Supersonic’

September 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

She may be best known as a part of musical groups, such as Tranzkuntinental or the now defunct DWV with Willam Belli and Vicky Vox, but Detox is a powerful force all of her own. Whether it’s as a fixture of the Californian drag scene or as she’s slaying the runway on her second appearance...

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UK music dynamos Craig David and Bruce Fielder a.k.a. Sigala have teamed up for the single Ain’t Giving Up. The track is featured on David’s upcoming album Following My Intuition, which is to be his big come back to the music game. If Ain’t Giving Up is anything to go by, it’s sure to be...

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With a new album due out in 2017, Australian music songstress and blissful country songwriter, Kasey Chambers, has dropped a tight four track EP titled Ain’t No Little Girl. It’s a well-thought sampler of hand plucked Aussie country jams, even featuring a track with Keith Urban. The EP covers many different moods in its short...

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Lady Gaga had a rough go at it with ARTPOP. Suffering from management issues, constant single changes and music videos never materialising, she left many fans jaded and unsure of what to expect and how to feel about her career. Cheek to Cheek was a sure sign of an upswing, however, and now Gaga seems...

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Gang Of Youths 2016

EP Review: Gang Of Youths – Let Me Be Clear

September 9, 2016 | 0 Comments

Australian indie-rock group Gang Of Youths have recently unveiled their latest EP, Let Me Be Clear, following the bands 2015 debut album, The Positions. Their debut left everything bare and exposed, exploring such sensitive and soul crushing topics as cancer, separation, and attempts at suicide; these being experienced by lead singer-songwriter Dave Le’aupepe, who’s wife (that...

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The lead single and title track from their forthcoming album, This House is Not For Sale, is a typically rousing, fist pumping anthem from rock legends Bon Jovi. It is also the first major release from the New Jersey band without founding member Richie Sambora. His absence is papered over admirably by new guitarist Phil...

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It still hasn’t been a year since we saw the release of Delirium, but following extensive touring Ellie Goulding finds herself releasing her first but of new music since with a single for the Bridget Jones’s Baby soundtrack. Still Falling For You isn’t far off from what you might expect from Goulding with a few...

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OneRepublic

Single Review: OneRepublic – ‘Kids’

September 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

American pop-rock quintet OneRepublic return after a two-year gap since their last record with a lovely new single – showcasing the product of emotion, and welcoming scorching, full-bodied popcraft. Kids is a wonderful visit of contemporary sun-pop tidings, displaying facilities both playful and contemplative. Ryan Tedder’s notable vocal depth is endorsed by just enough plumed...

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Will Young

EP Review: Will Young – Summer Covers

August 25, 2016 | 1 Comments

Just shy of a year after the release of his sixth album 85% Proof, Will Young is keeping things short and simple with a covers EP. Collecting songs from an eclectic selection of artists in differing genres and meshing them together in one stylistically cohesive EP, Summer Covers was a massive undertaking that very well...

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Sibling trio Kimberly, Reid, and Neil Perry – otherwise known as The Band Perry – have been making music together since childhood, and since releasing their self-titled debut album in 2010, their take on country music has been met with mixed responses.  It has been three years since the release of Pioneer, the trio’s second...

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With his debut album coming closer every day, Nathan Sykes seeks to fill in the gaps with his latest single, Give It Up. Following on from the big band sound of Kiss Me Quick and the simple yet emotional balladry on Over and Over Again, he aims for something a little more accessible on his...

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