SINGLE REVIEW: Ellie Goulding – Still Falling For You

I really want you to know that I’m being unbiased when I say this but Ellie Goulding really is the queen of movie soundtracks and she’s done it yet again. “Still Falling For… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Neiked – Sexual

  When I was doing my research for this review there wasn’t much I could find out about the following underground producer. Hailing from Sweden, Neiked has released a little collection of EDM… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Katy Steele – Where’s The Laughter

Ever since I first heard about Katy Steele’s solo album I have been un-chill about my excitement towards this project. After witnessing her debut solo shows last year and hearing a glimpse to… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: One Republic – Kids

The lead up for One Republic’s forthcoming fourth studio album is becoming a little ridiculous. We still don’t have a name or a release date and from the sounds of the press release… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Selena Gomez – Brisbane Entertainment Centre

In 2014 Selena Gomez had to cancel her Australian leg of the Stars Dance Tour due to illness and she wasn’t going to let history repeat itself. Hours before her show at the… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Lisa Mitchell – The Boys

You may remember her from Australian Idol but Lisa Mitchell has made a name for herself with a string of heartfelt indie/pop/folk tracks that captured her unique shy and emotional personality. After announcing… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Brisbane Entertainment Centre

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are one of those artists you either love or hate. And I personally don’t understand the negative views against them because not only do they provide the bangers they… Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Troye Sivan – Riverstage

I’ve never be overly supportive of the whole YouTube and music crossover trend but Troye Sivan is an exception to that. His debut album was an impressive and mature collection celebrating equality, love,… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Tove Lo – Cool Girl

2016 has seen Tove Lo feature on a lot of tracks but what we have been lacking from the songstress is new solo material since her incredible debut album “Queen Of The Clouds”.… Continue reading

SINGLE REVIEW: Fickle Friends – Cry Baby

There’s no better feeling than discovering a new tune and Fickle Friends delivered just that. Their highly anticipated debut studio album is expected to drop in the second half of the year and… Continue reading

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