Album Review: Hilary Duff – Breathe In. Breathe Out.

It was possibly one of the most anticipated pop comebacks of 2014 and Hilary Duff had her fair mixture of negative criticism surrounding the release of two average promo singles “Chasing The Sun”… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Giorgio Moroder – Deja Vu

Giorgio Moroder has been called the pioneer of synth disco and EDM and with 46 years in the industry he has earned that title with countless chart topping collaborations and hypnotizing dance tracks.… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Adam Lambert – The Original High

Oozing with dark synths, confidence and intimate feelings Adam Lamberts triumphant third studio album will leave you impressed. “The Original High” is a mature release that will appeal to a wider audience and… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Foxes – Body Talk

UK Songstress Foxes has had a whirlwind two years and things aren’t slowing down anytime soon. With her sophomore album on the way she is preparing to ride the charts all over again… Continue reading

EP REVIEW: Reece Mastin – Rebel And The Reason

Leaving his major record label and going independent was one of the best career moves Reece Mastin could have ever made. He was an artist trying to be true to his rock roots… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Dami Im – Smile

X Factor Australia winner Dami Im had a big year last year with the release of her debut original album “Heart Beats” as well as celebrating the international success of “Super Love”. After… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Icona Pop – Emergency

Hailing from Sweden, Icona Pop are one of the most underrated pop/dance acts in the music industry. This duo are responsible for the smash hit “I Love It” (Featuring Charli XCX) and the… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Bonnie McKee – Bombastic

How did Bonnie McKee go from writing some of the biggest pop songs of the past 5 years to the embarrassing “Bombastic”? Those were my exact thoughts when listening to this tacky travesty… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Florence + The Machine – How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful

In 2011 Florence + The Machine gave us the immaculately produced “Ceremonials” that saw the whole world falling in love with the unique voice and vulnerability that she empowers. Four years on she… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Jason Derulo – Everything Is 4

I’m not even embarrassed to say that I’m usually pretty excited for when Jason Derulo releases an album because he always delivers pure pop/RNB. Well that’s until this time around. “Everything Is 4”… Continue reading

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