LIVE REVIEW: Lorde – Brisbane Riverstage

Lorde has quickly become one of the biggest names in the music industry, if not the world. Her live shows are raved about from fans and critics alike leaving you wanting to see… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Taylor Henderon – Burnt Letters

Taylor Henderson’s second offering delivers 12 original tracks that see him opening up as an artist while exploring different sounds and opening up his vocal range. “Burnt Letters” is a hit and miss… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Sheppard – Bombs Away

Sheppard are the Brisbane based six-piece who have won over Australia and are about to take the world by storm. Their debut album has just been released and it’s already gaining rave reviews… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW – Ariana Grande Featuring Zedd – Breakfree

Rewind to this time last year and Ariana Grande was prepping the release of her debut album “Yours Truly”, there was interest but the hype wasn’t completely there. Fast track to July 2014… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: The Madden Brothers – California Rain

The Madden Brothers – California Rain Joel And Benji Madden’s side project is definitely something to be excited about. While Good Charlotte take a break The Madden Brothers are creating music that’s a… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Bonnie Anderson – Blackout

Bonnie Anderson – Blackout Australia fell in love with Bonnie Anderson when she was only 12 years old winning the first season of Australia’s Got Talent. Fast forward 7 years and she is… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: G.R.L. – Ugly Heart

The creator of The Pussycat Dolls Robin Antin has put together what possibly could be the next big girl group. They have the potential but their promotional singles leading up to their debut… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Ed Sheeran – X

In 2011 the world fell in love with Ed Sheeran and ever since they haven’t stopped. His raw and honest way of songwriting makes it easy for people to connect with him and… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Kim Cesarion – Undressed

Do you like sexual innuendos? Do you like songs that are blatantly about sex? If you do then you are bound to love the debut album by Swedish rnb/pop singer Kim Cesarion. “Undressed”… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence

“Ultraviolence” should’ve been the most talked about album of 2014 but it fails to deliver with a mediocre selection of songs that don’t live up to it’s predecessor “Born To Die”. Lana Del… Continue reading

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