SINGLE REVIEW: Cyrus – Don’t Let Me Know

  Since winning The X Factor Australia in 2015 Cyrus has kept a pretty low profile whilst working on perfecting his sound. He already has two gold accredited singles under his belt with… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Jacob Whitesides – Killing Me

Last year Jacob Whitesides impressed with his diverse and mature debut album “Why” that showcased a raw and strong talent. For his forthcoming sophomore record he’s changing it up and experimenting with a… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Tigertown – Come My Way

Sydney alt-pop favourites Tigertown have had a massive year of playing shows alongside the likes of Panic! At The Disco, Tove Lo and Verite and on top of that they are about to… Continue reading

INTERVIEW: Chase Atlantic

After growing their fanbase in Australia by constantly touring and through the use of social media Chase Atlantic moved to Los Angeles a year ago where they signed a record deal with The… Continue reading


New Zealand songstress Kimbra quickly became a household name after her collaboration with Gotye hit number one on the charts worldwide and became one of the most talked about songs in 2011. Since… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Selena Gomez feat. Marshmello – Wolves

Marshmello is becoming the “go-to” EDM producer of right now. His track record is becoming notably strong with every pop artist wanting to collaborate with him now. Selena Gomez is the next artist… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Woodes – Dots

Woodes is one of Melbourne’s most exciting emerging new acts. She continues to impress with her growing live show and her intriguing tracks that deliver a dream-like storytelling. Her anthemic new single “Dots”… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Niall Horan – Flicker

I was honestly not looking forward to listening to Niall Horan’s debut album and not because I don’t think he’s talented, more because I’m not a fan of the production of his lead… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Ecca Vandal – Ecca Vandal

Bold, experimental, captivating, Impressive and electrifying. They are all words you could use to describe Ecca Vandal’s self titled debut album. The Melbourne based genre defying artist has delivered 12 strong tracks that… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Rita Ora – Anywhere

Rita Ora is an underrated pop queen. She truly deserves better recognition because the girl knows how to release a bop. I’m never going to get over the fact that “I Will Never… Continue reading

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