LIVE REVIEW: Didirri – The Brightside

It’s rare that you find an artist early on in their career who know their sound so articulately but Melbourne singer-songwriter Didirri has absolutely nailed it. Since he began releasing music in 2016… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Bishop Briggs – Church Of Scars

Bishop Briggs’ debut album has been a long time in the making but its finally here and it’s as eclectic and different as you could imagine. At only 10 tracks long “Church Of… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Kimbra – Primal Heart

Reinventing herself once again, Kimbra has decided to head towards a mature alternative-pop direction for her third studio album. The end result is the very honest and eclectic “Primal Heart” which hears her… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Samantha Jade – Best Of My Love

For her third studio album “Best Of My Love” Samantha Jade has revisited the glittery disco era for a collection of 11 disco-pop favourites from the likes of Cher, Donna Summer, Diana Ross… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Ariana Grande – No Tears Left To Cry

What a comeback! What a song! What a moment! Whatever Ariana Grande was going to release was always going to be heavily anticipated and criticised by critics and fans alike so it had… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Liam Payne – Familiar

I actually have no idea what is going on with Liam Payne at the moment. Is he in the middle of a mid-life crisis? Because It is very possible. His new single “Familiar”… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Matthew Young – Fix Me Up

New Zealand newcomer Matthew Young is one of Lorde’s favourite artists and he’s proving to the world with every new release just why that is. His new single “Fix Me Up” is a… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Haiku Hands – Jupiter

Whoever said girl groups are dead have obviously not heard of Haiku Hands. While they aren’t your typical girl group this colourful four piece have impressed listeners with their vibrant debut single  “Not… Continue reading


Over the past couple of months MUKI has delivered sass upon sass upon sass. Her songs serve a lot of attitude along with a carefree spirit which embodies the songs concepts perfectly. “Sassaprilla”… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: The Chainsmokers – Somebody

So we just have to admit it, The Chainsmokers are actually releasing good music at the moment. They are becoming less predictable and delivering decent electronic songs with big pop hooks that you… Continue reading

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