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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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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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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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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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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Kylie Minogue steps back in time with her fab greatest hits album

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‘Pop Precision since 1987’ is written on the cover of Kylie’s latest greatest hits album, and it couldn’t be more apt.   We’ve had thirty years of the Pop Princess blessing us with pure pop perfection, all starting from the fateful release of ‘Loco-Motion’. Since then, we’ve haven’t been able to get her out of our heads, and with ‘Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection’, we celebrate all things Kylie.     For super fans and casual listeners alike, ‘Step Back In Time’ has something for everyone. It’s got all of her classic hits […]

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Taylor Swift’s ‘You Need To Calm Down’ is a sugar-coated political statement (Song Review)

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I AM NOT CALM! After weeks upon weeks of speculating, we finally have it. Us Swifties were finally blessed with a new song to follow on from ‘ME!’, rather aptly titled ‘You Need To Calm Down’. And, although it sounds like your standard bubblegum pop song, Taylor has something to say.     In the song’s first part, the ‘Blank Space’ songstress addresses online trolls: “Say it in the street, that’s a knock-out, But you say it in a Tweet, that’s a cop-out.” It’s like ‘Shake It Off’s little sister, instead of telling you how […]

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