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SINGLE REVIEW: Tonight Alive – Temple

Australian pop-rock favourites Tonight Alive have just surprisingly announced that their fourth studio album “Underworld” will be finally released in January 2018. Kinda exciting, right? Well the even more exciting news is that… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: P!NK – Beautiful Trauma

P!nk is an artist who doesn’t really need an introduction. She’s remained one of the biggest names in pop for the past 17 years and continually breaks records with each record and tour… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Jessie Reyez – Phone Calls

It truly confuses me that more people aren’t talking about Jessie Reyez. Her debut EP is one of my favourite releases of the year because of its brutal honesty and musical versatility. Not… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Safia – Cellophane Rainbow

SAFIA are one of Australia’s most exciting acts. They have been on my radar ever since opening for Lorde in 2014 and have continued to grow as a band musically with the release… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Daya – New

Daya is severely underrated. Her polished synth pop saw her debut album standing out as a mature collection of breakthrough material. A year later the Pittsburgh songstress has finally released the lead single… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Kiiara – Wishlist

Kiiara’s musical style is very eclectic and over the past two years we have seen her grow and evolve as an artist. Dabbling between electropop, trap and RNB she continues to intrigue with… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Peking Duk feat. Icona Pop – Let You Down

When pressing play I really was expecting a monster electronic pop track. After all Peking Duk and Icona Pop have respectively released some of the biggest songs over the past couple years and… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Mallrat – Better

“Better” is a new direction for the self proclaimed “Hannah Montana of the rap game”. It hears Mallrat heading towards a shinier pop sound that could finally see her breaking through the mainstream… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Fickle Friends – Hard To Be Myself

There’s just something about Fickle Friends. I’m a sucker for their infectious indie-pop that is injected with slick electronic synths and catchy hooks. Hailing from Brighton in the UK, this captivating five piece… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Louis Tomlinson – Just Like You

So it finally happened, Louis Tomlinson actually released a good song. The EX One Direction member struggled to deliver something memorable with the painfully average “Just Hold On” and “Back For You” which… Continue reading

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