ALBUM REVIEW: Lady Gaga – Joanne

Lady Gaga is a forever evolving artist who continues to not only just re-invent herself but also never gives into cliche standards. If you are looking for or wanting a “Bad Romance 2.0”… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Katy Steele – Human

Ever since I first heard that Katy Steele was releasing a solo album I have been very un-chill about my excitement towards this project. “Human” is an album that could have never been… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Sabrina Carpenter – EvOlution

It’s not often that a sophomore album exceeds its predecessor but Sabrina Carpenter has done just that. Okay, maybe that wasn’t so hard because her debut was a cheesy mess that didn’t really… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: The Naked And Famous – Simple Forms

New Zealand indie-electronic outfit The Naked And Famous may have re-located to Los Angeles but they are still holding onto their musical roots with their third studio album. “Simple Forms” holds onto their… Continue reading


We have been deprived of a JoJo album for 10 years and that really is an upsetting statistic. Luckily for us though she is back and better than ever. Her third studio album… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Lisa Mitchell – Warriors

It’s been a couple of years since we’ve heard from Lisa Mitchell and after her sophomore studio album “Bless This Mess” almost went un-noticed I was unsure if we would get to hear… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Banks – The Altar

When an artist releases a sophomore studio album after having such a strong debut I get a little nervous. What if their sound is different, what if their lyrical content isn’t as strong… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: The Vamps – All Night feat. Matoma

When The Vamps bursted onto the scene with their debut album they seemed unstoppable with their catchy hooks, cheeky lyrics and their heavenly looks. But then their sophomore studio album happened. And while… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Little Mix – Shout Out To My Ex

Little Mix continue to deliver the self empowerment jams with the release of their lead single for their fourth studio album “Glory Days” but what happens when their song is a close replica… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Maroon 5 – Don’t Wanna Know feat. Kendrick Lamar

Over the past couple of years Maroon 5 have shifted from their pop/rock sound and have approached a heavier injected pop direction that is steered towards mainstream radio. I’m not completely complaining because “Sugar”, “Moves… Continue reading

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