Category Archive: Music Reviews

SINGLE REVIEW: The Chainsmokers – Everybody Hates Me

I’ve gone through my hating The Chainsmokers faze but it doesn’t mean I’m completely on board with their predictable pop-dance crossover yet. However as of recently they are getting more experimental, DIY and… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: RL Grime & Daya – I Wanna Know

Along with the announcement of his sophomore studio album Californian producer RL GRIME has just dropped the projects lead single featuring pop newcomer, Daya. “I Wanna Know” is easily RL’s most pop directed… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Sabrina Carpenter & Jonas Blue – Alien

I really expected a lot from this collaboration. Sabrina Carpenter is the dark horse of the pop world and Jonas Blue has some real bangers to his name so this song should’ve been… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: What So Not – Not All the Beautiful Things

The release of What So Not’s debut album has been a long time coming. The Australian producer has made a name for himself as one of the country’s leading producers with a drip… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: The Venus Project – Vol 1.

Whilst Broods are currently in between album cycles and working on their forthcoming third studio record the New Zealand brother and sister duo have decided to release a solo passion project each. Lead… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Kylie Minogue – Stop Me From Falling

I really do want to love Kylie Minogue’s new album “Golden” when it’s released but so far all I’m getting is 2013 Avicii vibes and I’m just not about that life. Lead single… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Jessica Mauboy – We Got Love

So it’s official. Jessica Mauboy will be representing Australia in the 2018 Eurovision Song Contest in Portugal in May. The Australian pop princess first won the country over in 2006 when she came… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Lily Allen – Three & Higher

After the release of her third studio album “Sheezus” in 2014 Lily Allen disappeared from the spotlight while she suffered an identity crisis in the middle of a marriage breakdown. She no longer… Continue reading


After having only released her debut single “Tough Love” towards the end of last year CXLOE has toured the country supporting the likes of Alison Wonderland and George Maple and has raked up… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Years & Years – Sanctify

UK favourites Years & Years have been in hiding for the past year and a half while thy have been putting together the final touches on their highly anticipated sophomore album. The record… Continue reading

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