SINGLE REVIEW: Alex Lahey – I Haven’t Been Taking Care Of Myself

  “I Haven’t Been Taking Care Of Myself” is one of the most important songs out this week. The pop rock moment sees Alex Lahey confessing that she hasn’t been okay and that… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Ball Park Music – Exactly How you Are

Brisbane indie pop/rock favourites Ball Park Music have spent the last year in the studio working on their upcoming fifth record and it may be closer than we think. The band have just… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Jessie J – Think About That

Jessie J is making her comeback. Her fourth studio album “R.O.S.E” is due to be released later this year and the UK songstress is attempting a new stylistic approach. The lead single “Think… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Niall Horan – Too Much To Ask

Even after One Direction has disbanded it’s still the Harry Styles show. You can’t turn on the radio without hearing someone mention his name in regards to his music, upcoming world tour or… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Jessie Ware – Alone

  It’s been three years since Jessie Ware’s sophomore album “Tough Love” was severely under appreciated. For her third studio album the UK songstress has enlisted the help from some massive names like… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Tove Styrke – Mistakes

Swedish indie-pop favourite Tove Styrke is busy preparing her third studio album which the world is expected to hear in early 2018 but I’m slightly becoming a bit impatient. After the release of… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Lorde feat. Khalid, Post Malone & SZA – Homemade Dynamite

I don’t think it comes by much surprise that I’m awarding album of the year (so far) to Lorde. “Melodrama” was an emotionally beautiful, mature and experimental record that saw her turning a… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: R5 – Hurts Good

R5 are a band who are constantly growing and evolving as artists. The ex-Disney five piece fronted by Ross Lynch have come a long way musically since the release of their debut record.… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Fall Out Boy – The Last Of The Real Ones

After receiving an average response to their lead single “Young And Menace” it really came by no surprise that Fall Out Boy all of a sudden delayed the September release of their seventh… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Confidence Man – Better Sit Down Boy

Brisbane indie-pop four piece Confidence Man is the name on everyone’s lips at the moment. From questioning who this mysterious band are to raving about their live shows they are quickly becoming one… Continue reading

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