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SINGLE REVIEW: Troye Sivan – Talk Me Down

Troye Sivan has gone from being my front runner for breakthrough artist of the year to becoming one of the most predictable pop acts of right now. His originality is lacking with the… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Ellie Goulding – Something In The Way You Move

This has already become my favourite songs of right now and for good reason. “Something In The Way You Move” is the first promotional single from Ellie Goulding’s highly anticipated third studio album… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Lawson – Lawson

Lawson are a band I’ve been following for a few years now. They had me captivated in 2012 when I heard a track called “Die For You” which featured as a B-Side on… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Olly Murs – Kiss Me

For some reason Olly Murs thinks it’s necessary to re-release his album “Never Been Better”. As soon as I saw this announced I rolled my eyes and had a little laugh but then… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: The 1975 – Love Me

The promotion for this single has been L O N G to say the least. No one quite knew what was actually happening, if the single would just drop or if they were… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Selena Gomez – Revival

For her second solo studio album Selena Gomez has tried to rebirth herself with a mature sound and more natural approach. Ironically called “Revival” this album allows her to show an improvement and… Continue reading

TOP 12 REVIEW: X FACTOR AUSTRALIA 2015

I don’t even know where to begin with this years season of X Factor Australia. It no longer seems like a search for “the next big thing”, it now just seems like a… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Montaigne – Clip My Wings

Unique pop songstress Montaigne has already blessed us with the quirky and intimate EP “Life Of Montaigne” and she’s finally ready to offer more cinematic vibes. “Clip My Wings” is a grand pop… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Conrad Sewell – Who You Lovin

Conrad Sewell has been making waves in the music industry this year with multiple chart topping singles in Australia and Europe, toured with the likes of Ed Sheeran and Maroon 5, performed alongside… Continue reading

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

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