Category Archives: Review

Beyonce 4 Album Review

Beyonce is one of the most illusive acts with such massive fame in our culture today. What do we know about the singer? We know her husband, Jay-Z. We know she’s been around for 15 years and ruled over Destiny’s … Continue reading

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Mumford & Sons, Laura Marling & Dharohar Project

This EP was recorded last summer, originally last July, but I just recently discovered it and am so glad I did. The album is a completely satisfying foray into folk songs of not just the UK (Mumford & Sons) but also … Continue reading

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Jessie J Who You Are Album Review

Jessie J is one of, if not, the most hyped rising stars in the UK winning multiple awards and prestige before the release of her debut album, Who You Are. Her debut single was the mildly successful “Do It Like … Continue reading

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Avril Lavigne’s Goodbye Lullaby

Avril Lavigne’s new album has leaked online. The results are not bad, but they aren’t good either. Most of the album is reminiscent of other Canadian singers like Chantal Kreviazuk and even hints of Sarah Mclachlan, along with MAx Martin … Continue reading

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PJ Harvey- Let England Shake Album Review

P.J. Harvey is one of the original indie artists to make an impact. Her album Rid of Me is a classic LP that remains a must have to indie rock fans. Her eighth studio album, Let England Shake, is a … Continue reading

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Lady Gaga “Born This Way” Review

The Gaga promotion has been hyping this song like it would change the world, but in fact it just has taken bits from songs that already have. It is not an instantly amazing, original, culture-changing song. Sorry Perez, sorry Lady … Continue reading

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James Blake Covers Joni Mitchell’s “A Case of You”

James Blake is one of my favourite new artists of 2011. His debut album is smooth, sexy, unconventional and unique. BBC Radio 1 always offers amazing covers by bands and artists but this one is more breathtaking than usual due … Continue reading

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Rye Rye’s RYEot PoweRR Mixtape Review

Rye Rye has been getting major hype for well over a year now due to her signing to M.I.A’s record label. Her album, Go Pop Bang has been receiving release date push backs ever since. Finally a mixtape has been released … Continue reading

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Nicole Scherzinger “Killer Love”

“Killer Love,” by Nicole Scherzinger, is a RedOne produced track with a similar sound to her UK hit “Poison”. The production from RedOne for Scherzinger often feels rougher than his work with Lady Gaga or Jennifer Lopez, influences of electric … Continue reading

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Look Back: Janet Jackson The Velvet Rope Review

Janet Jackson’s The Velvet Rope is one of the most underrated, but influential, albums of the 1990s. The album shows one of the most famous woman in music of the time unravelling and revealing herself unlike ever before. In the … Continue reading

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