Halsey’s ‘Manic’ shows us another side of Ashley (Album Review)

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Halsey is back! From her brilliant debut ‘BADLANDS’ to her stable follow-up ‘hopeless fountain kingdom’, the electro singer-songwriter has shown the world that she’s not here to fuck around. Hopes were high for her third studio album, after experiencing a crazy amount of success so early in her career. With my ears considerably intrigued, I took a delve into the world of Halsey’s ‘Manic’… In short, ‘Manic’ is a genre-bending, feature-heavy introspective look at the singer behind the musical persona. On this record, Halsey warps genre to make it fit her sound and her own […]

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Lindsey Stirling’s ‘Artemis’ is a masterpiece of fantasy-infused beauty (Album Review)

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From an ode to the goddess of the moon to a collaboration with Amy Lee, ‘Artemis’ manages to encapsulate everything we know and love about Lindsey Stirling – and then some. With 11 million YouTube subscribers, a dedicated fanbase and a world tour on the cards, Lindsey Stirling is more than just a cult favourite. Her fifth album, ‘Artemis’, proves that she’s a magical gem in the modern age of music. ‘Artemis’ opens with ‘Underground’; a dramatic track with subtle dance vibes that thunder throughout the track like a thumping heartbeat. The track builds with […]

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‘My Name Is Michael Holbrook’ is classic Mika, wrapped up in glittering, unwavering joy (Album Review)

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After a slew of sugar-coated hits like ‘Lollipop’, ‘Big Girl (You Are Beautiful)’, ‘Love Today’ and ‘Grace Kelly’, Mika is back with his fifth studio album, the personal-titled ‘My Name Is Michael Holbrook’ (and yes, that is his real name). Does the album title mean that Mika’s stripped himself down from the glittery persona? Well yes, and no. And does it mean album number five is the dreaded “this is my most personal album yet” spiel? Again, it’s a mixed bag. The album’s opener, ‘Tiny Love’, is the standout of the album, by far. The […]

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Marina’s acoustic ‘Love + Fear’ EP is magnetic (Review)

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Five months ago, Marina came back into our lives after a lengthy hiatus, with her divisive ‘Love + Fear’, a double album about the the two emotions. Five months later, and Marina’s already back! Kind of. As she continues taking the ‘Love + Fear’ tour around the world, she’s gifted her diamonds with an acoustic EP, featuring five stripped-back versions of the tracks from her prior record. But is it any good? In short, yes. If you liked ‘Love + Fear’, you’ll like this little EP. I mean, it’s not going to set the world […]

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Sadds’ debut is infused with soul (EP Review)

‘Soulful and Kind’ is the name of the first track on Sadds self-titled EP; and it’s a theme that carries itself across the five songs.   The tracks are a delightful collection of 80s-inspired soul ballads; an intimate display that makes you feel as if you are sat in a smoky bar listening to the singer himself, rather than streaming his dense voice through your headphones. It’s through this sense of intimacy that allows Sadds to create his own unique little niche in the music industry, a rarity against the trend of pumping out catchy […]

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