The Script’s ‘Sunsets & Full Moons’ is a journey of self-reflection (Album Review)

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The Script are back! With a meagre two years having gone by since their last record (seriously, I’m used to a huge waiting game like with Lady Gaga) the Irish three-piece return with their sixth studio album, ‘Sunsets and Full Moons’. But how does the record shape up? To my ears, it’s a cohesive celebration of everything we know about The Script, albeit a slightly safe venture. First of all, just look at how pretty that album art is! If you’ve read my ‘Lover’ review, you’ll know that I’m a sucker for an album with […]

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Kesha is ‘Raising Hell’ with her euphoric new track

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Kesha’s back! Pop queen of the early 2010s, self-confessed party freak and glitter-infused fist-pumper – she’s never been one to shy away from the matter at hand – and her new single is no different. ‘Raising Hell’ is quintessential Kesha. It’s big, it’s brash and it’s in your face. And it doesn’t give a damn. Following on from the release of slightly more mellow ‘Rainbow’ two years ago, ‘Raising Hell’ is the perfect way to introduce us back to the party queen. The track opens in the same vein as ‘Rainbow’ – the gentle trickling […]

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Lindsey Stirling puts a spell over London with her ‘Artemis’ tour (Tour Review)

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Lindsey Stirling is a unique, rare find, like a real-life fae captivating audiences with her violin, taking them on an epic quest across the seven seas, through rich, magical forests and to the moon itself. Armed with nothing but her trusty violin – or five – she enchanted the audience in London upon one mystical night, captivating them with her mystical tunes. Live at the Apollo theatre in Hammersmith, London, Lindsey Stirling brought a little splash of magic to the 8,000 strong crowd – leaving them with a night that they’d never forget. I, myself, […]

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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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Muse’s ‘Simulation Theory’ tour is an electrifying display of sci-fi rock (London O2 Review)

Gigantic, inflatable robots. Acrobats sailing down massive screens. Synchronised trombone-dances. Gigantic laser-swords. I arrived at the London O2 arena expecting to see a Muse gig. Instead, I was whisked off onto a futuristic, neon-laced trip inside the band’s mind. And it’s a journey I didn’t want to leave. (Photo credit: Raphael Pour-Hashemi) Muse exist in their own genre, somewhere between rock and sci-fi apocalyptic glamour. This wonderfully unique blend of futuristic gloom wrapped up in neon lasers, perfect vocals and a fist-pumping arena filled with 20,000 people is quite the spectacle to behold. The show […]

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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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Fuck it, I love ‘Normal Fucking Rockwell!’ (Album Review)

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Lana Del Rey is back! Queen of feels, romantic, hopeless lyrics and singing on tire swings. Her latest album is a solid entry into her plethora of Hollywood sadcore records; juggling romanticism, cynicism and tender, fragile positivity all at once. It’s an unusual concoction, but it’s one that Lana, with her unique touch of magic, manages to make work. Lana’s fresh out of fucks to give on ‘Norman Fucking Rockwell!’, and it’s liberating, both musically and personally.     On the title track, Lana opens the album with the lyric: “God damn man child, you […]

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Melody Reyne’s new music video leaves us with ‘Wet Dreams’

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Two parts R&B, one part soul. That’s the sick combo that Melody Reyne manages to create on her latest track ‘Wet Dreams’. In the ‘Wet Dreams’ music video, Melody’s confident yet humble, soft yet strong. It’s a duality of her femininity and her sexuality that makes the video shine, without coming across as being crude. It’s a fine line to walk, and its one that Melody walks with ease.     Standing on a grassy hill, overlooking the surrounding town, Melody’s dressed in a bright yellow dress, matched with a grandiose faux-fur coat. With a […]

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Madonna’s ‘Madame X’ is brilliantly bizarre (Album Review)

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The Queen of Pop is back with a bizarre 15-track record, based on an identity-shifting secret agent who fights against the world’s injustices. Yes, seriously.   Each track takes inspiration from musical influences from across the globe. One minute you’re listening to a Latin-infused song with a catchy trap beat, the next you’re onto a Bohemian Rhapsody-esque tune which whisks into Tchaikovsky’s ‘Nutcracker’, before bowing out with Madonna uttering a spoken word verse as she blows softly like the wind. Weirdly, it all works wonderfully. This is the voice of an artist who has something […]

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