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LIVE REVIEW: Bastille & Foxes – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney

UK songstress Foxes is someone you don’t want to mess with. Her vocal range could give Florence & The Machine a run for her money and her energy levels rival the likes of… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Sam Smith – In The Lonely Hour

Ed Sheeran is a fan, Katy Perry has labelled him the male Adele and the rest of the world has been falling in love with him. Sam Smith has been dominating the charts… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Ellie Goulding – Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

  Ellie Goulding’s success has been well deserved and anyone that has seen her live know that she’s the real deal. Bursting onto the stage with “Figure 8” she opened the show with… Continue reading

THE LOWDOWN: The Vamps In Brisbane

The Vamps are quickly becoming one of the biggest bands in the world with a massive and dedicated fanbase that track the groups every move. Australian fans banded together passionately petitioning to bring… Continue reading

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Tove Lo

Currently sitting at number 10 on the Australian ITunes Charts with “Stay High” Tove Lo is quickly becoming a name not worth forgetting. The Sweedish songstress is fairly new to the music industry… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: James Blunt – Brisbane Convention And Exhibition Centre

You either love him or you hate him but there’s no denying that James Blunt is talented and an incredible showman. Opening the show with “Face The Sun” he provided the near sell… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: The Collective – Burn The Bright Lights

The Collective have returned with one less member, a new song and a slower sound. “Burn The Bright Lights” impresses with its strong harmonies and its cheesy but honest lyrics that will have… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Mariah Carey – Me. I Am Mariah

Mariah Carey has been in and out of the recording studio for three years working on her fourteenth studio album perfecting and preparing to make a huge impact. Sadly it falls a bit… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Foxes – Glorious

Don’t let the name lead you astray. No, Foxes isn’t an alternative folk band it’s actually the clever stage name of UK songstress Louisa Allen. Hailing from Southampton this synthpop vocalist had massive… Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Cher Lloyd – Sorry I’m Late

It’s been a long time since we’ve received new music from Cher Lloyd and after a few delays and push back’s her new album is finally here. Ironically titled “Sorry I’m Late” this… Continue reading

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