ALBUM REVIEW: Camila Cabello – Camila

In 2017 we saw Camila Cabello depart Fifth Harmony to launch her solo career and whilst it may have been a slow start she had an incredible end to the year with “Havana”… Continue reading

EP REVIEW: LPX – Bolt In The Blue

Your favourite indie-pop duo MS MR are currently on a hiatus and while I am very upset about this news I am also very excited because that means we get to finally their… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Noah Kahan feat. Julia Michaels – Hurt Somebody

In 2017 Noah Kahan introduced his vulnerable and intimate guitar lead tracks to the world with the breakthrough hit “Young Blood”. Throughout the year he released a couple more tracks and continued to… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Nina Nesbitt – Somebody Special

Who is Nina Nesbitt? I was asking myself that same question when her new pop bop quickly became one of my favourite tracks of the week. The Scottish songstress has been making some… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Hailee Steinfeld – Capital Letters

“Fifty Shades Of Freed” unleashed the lead single to their highly anticipated soundtrack last week and they didn’t disappoint with the fiery Rita Ora and Liam Payne collaboration “For You”. However this week… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Fall Out Boy – Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)

Fall Out Boy promised the reason they delayed their album was because they were focusing on making “Mania” their strongest record yet. But their new promo single “Wilson (Expensive Mistakes)” really has me… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: In Stereo – Cruel

The In Stereo boys may have lost one member but they have a fresh new sound that is going to leave you impressed. The now dynamic duo made up of Chris Lanzon and… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Carrie Underwood feat. Ludacris – The Champion

It’s been three years since we’ve had new Carrie Underwood music so it’s safe to say it’s about time we got something. And while it may not be an official album single at… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Troye Sivan – My My My

Troye Sivan’s debut album “Blue Neighbourhood” was an impressive and bold collection of alternative pop that explored coming to terms with his sexuality. It was a record that constantly grew on the listener… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Kendrick Lamar feat. SZA – All The Stars

There’s no point even trying to fight it, Kendrick Lamar is one of the biggest names in Hip-Hop right now. With a constant string of hits and a ridiculously loyal and growing fanbase… Continue reading

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