ALBUM REVIEW: Carly Rae Jepsen – Emotion

“I Really Like You” should have been the song of the summer with its infectious hook, positive lyrics and fun vibes but it never received the heavy push it needed to break through… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Tori Kelly – Unbreakable Smile

If you haven’t discovered Tori Kelly yet then it’s time you become acquainted. With the release of her highly anticipated debut album “Unbreakable Smile” she delivers pop tracks with heartfelt lyrics, underlying meanings… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: 5 Seconds Of Summer – Brisbane Entertainment Centre

Only three years ago 5 Seconds Of Summer were playing to a small crowd at The Old Museum in Brisbane and now their shows are very, very different. With a sold out arena… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Travie McCoy Feat. Sia – Golden

My love and respect for Travie McCoy and Sia as artists and songwriters is very high so when I heard that they were conjoining forces on McCoy’s solo return I was ecstatic to… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Selena Gomez Feat. A$AP Rocky – Good for You

Breaking away from Hollywood Records Selena Gomez has signed with Interscope Records to release her forthcoming second solo studio album and the raunchy sound she’s bringing you almost has her unrecognizable. With dark… Continue reading

Album Review: Hilary Duff – Breathe In. Breathe Out.

It was possibly one of the most anticipated pop comebacks of 2014 and Hilary Duff had her fair mixture of negative criticism surrounding the release of two average promo singles “Chasing The Sun”… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Giorgio Moroder – Deja Vu

Giorgio Moroder has been called the pioneer of synth disco and EDM and with 46 years in the industry he has earned that title with countless chart topping collaborations and hypnotizing dance tracks.… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Adam Lambert – The Original High

Oozing with dark synths, confidence and intimate feelings Adam Lamberts triumphant third studio album will leave you impressed. “The Original High” is a mature release that will appeal to a wider audience and… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Foxes – Body Talk

UK Songstress Foxes has had a whirlwind two years and things aren’t slowing down anytime soon. With her sophomore album on the way she is preparing to ride the charts all over again… Continue reading

EP REVIEW: Reece Mastin – Rebel And The Reason

Leaving his major record label and going independent was one of the best career moves Reece Mastin could have ever made. He was an artist trying to be true to his rock roots… Continue reading

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