The Weeknd’s ‘After Hours’ is his best work since ‘Trilogy’

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It’s been a month since The Weeknd dropped his sixth record, ‘After Hours’. For four whole weeks we’ve been blessed with the pulsating 80s beats blending seamlessly with contemporary sound, of lyrics depicting sex and drugs and love and loss. By creating his very own personal Vegas, a sinking pool of sin and self-indulgence, The Weeknd captures a piece of pure pop magic with his latest album – which is probably why it’s been such a savage force on the charts and has cemented him as the #1 artist on Spotify, globally. Speak to any […]

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Twinnie’s debut album ‘Hollywood Gypsy’ is a lil slice of country joy

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Finally – Twinnie has dropped her debut album, ‘Hollywood Gypsy’! Ever since I heard the whiskey-infused ‘Better When I’m Drunk’ an entire year ago, I’ve been dying to hear what else Twinnie had up her sleeve, and the country-pop starlet didn’t disappoint. Opening with ‘Type of Girl’, an infectious pop bop with a distinct country twang echoing throughout, Twinnie makes the tone of the record very clear: tongue-in-cheek, joyous and love-dazed. She tackles themes of romance, unrequited love and identity throughout the 12-track record, all with a sly little wink. Throughout the entirety of ‘Hollywood […]

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The Script take their ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’ tour to the O2 arena (Tour Review)

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The Script are an unusually talented band. From their debut 12 years ago (!!!) to their latest release, ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’, each album is a stellar entry to their ever-growing discography, which is what has made me a fan for all of these years. Having seen them twice prior (‘No Sound Without Silence’ and ‘Freedom Child’ ), I just knew I’d have to get tickets a third time around for their ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’ tour, and boy, it didn’t disappoint. I took a gamble and got the tickets before I’d even listened to […]

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Kesha takes the ‘High Road’ with her latest album

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Kesha is back, y’all! Her latest album ‘High Road’ is a fist-pumping, electro-pop celebration of all things that make Kesha, well… Kesha! From the upbeat ‘Raising Hell’ to the melanchony ‘Shadow’, there’s a little splash of something on this album for everyone. Join me on my road trip with the pop star as we embark on the ‘High Road’. The album opens up with ‘Tonight’, and, uh, I wasn’t exactly thrilled by it. While it opens with powerful vocals from Kesha, it quickly drops into a trap-beat chorus where the pop star repeats “bitch we […]

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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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King Calaway deserve a crown for their debut album ‘Rivers’

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King Calaway are something special. Really. From crafting a debut album that most intrepid, fresh-faced artists could only dream of, to singing the album in one take, there’s no denying that King Calaway are going to soar. The six-man band – with no lead singer, they all share the limelight – are set to release their first album ‘Rivers’ in the UK in March this year, and it’s something to behold… Opening up with the raucous ‘No Matter What’, ‘Rivers’ begins with a fist-pounding, anthemic track that just begs to be played through booming arena […]

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Lindsey Stirling: Top 5 Tracks

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Oh, Lindsey Stirling. Queen of the fiddle. Lover of pirates. EDM extraordinaire. She’s woven an impressive catalogue of mystical tracks over the years, managing to find the perfect balance between fantasy-infused tunes and electronic beats to create something truly special; all while bringing a little splash of joy into her fans’ lives. With five albums under her belt, Lindsey’s got a track for every occasion. But which are the best of the best? I rounded up my top 5 Lindsey Stirling tracks down below, ranging from her more fantasy-inspired tracks right up her urban EDM […]

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Taylor Swift captures a piece of festive magic with ‘Christmas Tree Farm’ (Song Review)

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Us Swifties are blessed. No, really. In the space of a year we’ve had a heartfelt album, three sick music videos, a feisty AMAs performance and a smooth tune from the upcoming ‘Cats’ movie. But we’re not done yet. Taylor’s the gift that keeps on giving. With the decade rapidly coming to a close, the country-turned-pop star has blessed us with a cozy little Christmas tune. And it’s making me feel hella festive. ‘Christmas Tree Farm’ opens with a dramatic string arrangement, with Taylor’s old-school vocals showing a different side to her that we’ve never […]

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The Killers’ ‘Day & Age’ is still one of their best albums, 11 years later…

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It’s ‘Day & Age’s birthday! That’s right, eleven years ago today, The Killers released this quirky little masterpiece into the world, and us Victims are all the better for it. Eleven years on, ‘Day & Age’ still remains a solid album across the board, with synth-pop and new wave vibes making it The Killers’ most unique release to date. Until their new album drops in 2020, I take a look back at their most intriguing addition to their discography. Lead singer Brandon Flowers once described ‘Day & Age’ as being the band’s “most playful record”, […]

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Karolina Rose’s ‘Objection’ is a sultry, alluring cover tinged with darkness (Song Review)

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Taking a go at covering Shakira is no small feat. Attempting to cover ‘Objection’, a deep-cut classic is downright risky. But that’s what Karolina Rose seemingly does best: dances with danger. Her version of ‘Objection’ is sultry and alluring: dressed with rose-gold vibes of modern pop – a noir-coated visage of music. It’s tinged with darkness, as opposed to Shakira’s original lighter, Tango-infused track; but it isn’t darkness of a heavy, stifling kind. Instead, Karolina takes Sharkia’s lyrics and splashes a little bit of the night’s sky over them – but even in the darkest […]

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