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Dua Lipa: Dua Lipa Review – A Powerhouse Pop Star in the Making

With delays leading to a release nine months after its intended September date, Dua Lipa’s debut album could’ve been damaged by its injection into a Continue reading Dua Lipa: Dua Lipa Review – A Powerhouse Pop Star in the Making

Haim Seek Reconciliation on ‘Want You Back’

When Haim returned last week with ‘Right Now’, we were let inside of the process; Danielle, earnest behind her piano, and Este and Alana bashing away in solid union behind their drums, set in a gorgeous Continue reading Haim Seek Reconciliation on ‘Want You Back’

The Week’s 5 Essential Releases Worth Listening To

A mixed bag of new music in this week’s definitive release compilation. Submissions from the most whimsical, far-off corners of indie, dance and pop ensure that it’s another interesting week for new music. Here are the week’s five big releases that should be on your radar:

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‘Right Now’ Reroutes Haim’s Trajectory for Pop Stardom

Haim returned last week with ‘Right Now’ and it probably won’t be a hit. But that’s not a criticism; it’s actually a testament to the artistry and admirable autonomy that Haim possess, even with Continue reading ‘Right Now’ Reroutes Haim’s Trajectory for Pop Stardom

The Week’s 5 Essential Releases Worth Listening To

Over the last few weeks and months especially, April 28th has slowly become one of the most anticipated new release Fridays of the year so far. A barrage of cryptic social media posts from the likes of Foster The People and Haim have only been amplified by relative silence since their last releases. As for the high profile album release this week, Gorillaz’s Humanz, excitement has been increased by an impressive output of singles over the course of 2017. Anyway, here are the week’s five big releases that should be on your radar: Continue reading The Week’s 5 Essential Releases Worth Listening To

The Quirks Work for Bastille

The eagerly awaited return of Bastille is over. It’s been just over three years since the band’s debut album Bad Blood was released, charting at no.1 in the UK and being nominated for Album of the Year at the 2014 BRIT Awards. Bastille certainly rode the crest of the indie-pop/rock wave of 2013- Continue reading The Quirks Work for Bastille