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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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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Marina’s ‘Love + Fear’ is a labour of love (Album Review)

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She’s dropped the ‘Diamonds’, but she’s still got her shine. Marina is back with her fourth studio album, titled ‘Love + Fear’. Dropped in two parts – ‘Love’ and ‘Fear’ respectively – the ‘FROOT’ songstress claims: “It’s true that there only two primary emotions: love and fear, but it is more accurate to say that there is only love or fear for we cannot feel these two emotions together at exactly the same time. They are opposites.” As such, she suggested that we listen to the parts of the double album separately, in order to […]

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Lady Gaga’s Enigma show is out of this world (Review)

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Vegas, the home of the dramatic. One moment you’re walking along in France, the faux Eiffel Tower gazing down at you in the blistering sunshine, the next, hundreds of fountains burst into life to synchronised music. When the sun falls, neon lights decorate the night’s sky, while the sound of chinking casinos waft through the air. I mean, of course, Lady Gaga has a residency here! The over the top glitz and glam is the perfect backdrop for Mother Monster’s show, and it’s a theme that carries its way through the whole set. Sit back, […]

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JST FRNDS’ latest track is a slice of pop perfection (Song Review)

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If there’s one song you need to add to your ‘summer bops 🔥🔥’ playlist (no, just me?), it’s ‘Show Me Yours’ by the powerhouse pop-duo JST FRNDS. Following on from the success of their smash hit ‘All Night Long’, the duo are back, and it’s a track that you’re gonna want to play again and again. Taking influence from the age of minimalist pop (think ‘Strip That Down’ meets ‘If You’re Over Me’), ‘Show Me Yours’ manages to chase current trends whilst allowing JST FRNDS to retain their own sense of musical identity. And it’s […]

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You need to binge ‘Dead To Me’ immediately (Review)

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Another day, another series on Netflix that I have no choice but to binge watch in an entire sitting. Sigh. Why does Netflix keep doing this to me?!   This show is a little different from the norm, in that it tends to jump around in tone and genre. One moment it’s a light-hearted comedy, the next it’s making you fight back tears, then a minute later you’re watching a woman smash up a car with a golf club. Just trust me when I say that it’s a wild ride from start to finish.   […]

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JST FRNDS will have you up All Night Long (Song Review)

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Have you ever discovered a song that you instantly fell in love with, from the very first syllable, one that you just couldn’t wait to replay? JST FRNDS’ second single ‘All Night Long’ ticked that box for me, a perfect concoction of dark-synth-electro-pop. The song paints an image of vacant New York apartments, of rainy city streets, flickering fluorescent lights and tousled bed sheets; of the black screens of phones reflecting the death of a relationship. For a song that totals at 3:36, it’s quite a feat to do, but the young lovers do so […]

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Panic!’s ‘Pray For The Wicked’ is an abrasive celebration of hedonism (Album Review)

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Reignite your inner emo kid, because Panic! are back with a brand-spanking new album. The album opens with a peaceful arrangement of strings, following on from their latest release ‘Death Of A Bachelor’; taking influence from big-bang swing, infused with Sinatra-like tunes. The song quickly disappates from that trend though, with lead man Brendon Urie declaring “fuck a silver lining” as the record’s opening line, while the production on the track retreats to a what abrasive, manic sound. That’s not to say it isn’t effective – it certainly opens the album up with a bang, […]

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