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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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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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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‘Need You’ makes us want to be more than JST FRNDS (Review)

Reminiscent of The Chainsmokers meets Halsey (wait… that actually happened), JST FRNDS perfectly capture what listeners are looking for in a good pop song, without selling out who they are as a brand. ‘Need You’ is one of those tracks that is a true ear-worm, the infectious chorus wiggles its way into you mind so that you’re singing it for the remainder of the day, attempting to hum the electronic beat along with the poignant hook of the track. Contrary to most catchy pop songs, though, this one doesn’t get tiresome. You’ll find yourself hitting repeat […]

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