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SINGLE REVIEW: The Vamps – Wake Up

British four piece The Vamps are back with a drum heavy lead single for their second studio album that sees them experimenting further with their rock influences. “Wake Up” is a forgettable track that… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Ellie Goulding – Enmore Theatre

Over the weekend Ellie Goulding caused a lot of controversy with allegations of Lip Synching during her coveted performance at the AFL Grand Final. Having seen Goulding live multiple times I can honestly… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Sia – Alive

She has quickly gone from Australia’s best kept secret to becoming one of the most powerful female songwriters in the music industry. Sia has written some of the best pop tracks over the… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Maroon 5 – Brisbane Entertainment Centre

Brisbane can be a pretty hard crowd to please. I’ve seen some of the biggest acts in the world not able to get their crowd on their feet and dancing but Maroon 5… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Anastacia – Take This Chance

She has one of the most recognisable voices in the industry, she has some of the biggest hits from the early 2000’s and she’s back stronger and more personal than ever. Anastacia has… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: One Direction – Infinity

It’s only taken them a couple of years, a pregnant girlfriend and losing a band member but One Direction have finally found their sound. “Infinity” is a pop/rock track that may be generic… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Rose McGowan – RM486

Rose Mcgowan has always been an eccentric character who over the years has portrayed some very interesting and iconic roles in various TV Shows and Movies. In the past she has dabbled in… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Chvrches – Every Open Eye

Chvrches follow up to 2013’s debut “The Bones Of What You Believe” is a strong collection of 80’s influenced synth-pop tracks that explode from anthemic hooks and structured beat breakdowns which will have… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Jess Glynne – I Cry When I Laugh

Jess Glynne had all the potential. Her voice is intriguing and powerful, her songwriting is empowering but somehow her debut album got lost in the delivery. “I Cry When I Laugh” loses the… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Demi Lovato – Confident

“What’s wrong with being confident?” asks Demi Lovato on her fiery new single that shows a sassy and empowering side of the songstress that many have not seen before. Gone are the days… Continue reading

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