Tag Archives: Lana Del Rey

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

Lana Del Rey Sews the Past and Present Together on ‘Coachella – Woodstock in My Mind’

Lana Del Rey’s thoughts have always lingered on history, particularly those concerned with Americana. But on her new track ‘Coachella – Woodstock in My Mind’, Lana is concerned with the Continue reading Lana Del Rey Sews the Past and Present Together on ‘Coachella – Woodstock in My Mind’

Gorillaz: Humanz Review: A Hit ‘n’ Miss Playlist for Apocalyptic Times

It’s often the guest list of a Gorillaz record that drives interest in all aspects of its promotion, whether it’s analysis from critics or just basic social media chatter from Continue reading Gorillaz: Humanz Review: A Hit ‘n’ Miss Playlist for Apocalyptic Times

Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd are Tethered by Love and Fate on ‘Lust For Life’

In the swirl of cinematic Hollywood and modern pop, Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd seem connected by a dark, but divine fate. Del Rey continuously yearns for broken, unavailable men; the type that her Continue reading Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd are Tethered by Love and Fate on ‘Lust For Life’

The Week’s 5 Essential Releases Worth Listening To

April 21st will be forever regarded as the week of the collaboration. With three intriguing team-ups in our five essential releases of the week, 2017 continues to offer many surprises, whether they’re matches made in pop heaven or chalk and cheese revelations. Here are the week’s five big releases that should be on your radar:

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Lana Del Rey Explores New Visions of Americana on Latest Single ‘Love’

With everything she has released, whether it was the retro lusciousness of Born To Die, or the soaring melodramatics of her last LP Honeymoon, there is always an air of the Continue reading Lana Del Rey Explores New Visions of Americana on Latest Single ‘Love’

The Weeknd: Starboy Review – Tesfaye’s Transition Attempts to Strike a Balance between Pop Stardom and R&B Auteurism

Hedonism is nothing new. We knew that and The Weeknd knew that. And as for R&B, debauchery and sleaziness were blatant watermarks that if anything, have come to exemplify the genre more so over the last couple of years Continue reading The Weeknd: Starboy Review – Tesfaye’s Transition Attempts to Strike a Balance between Pop Stardom and R&B Auteurism

The Weeknd Reveals Two more Tracks from Starboy: Another Daft Punk Collaboration on ‘I Feel it Coming’ and ‘Party Monster’ Featuring Lana Del Rey

It’s just over a week (November 28th to be exact) until The Weeknd’s new album, Starboy, drops. The first two singles ‘Starboy’ and ‘False Alarm’ have taken The Weeknd in different directions. ‘Starboy’, rather unusually for The Weeknd, operated at a Continue reading The Weeknd Reveals Two more Tracks from Starboy: Another Daft Punk Collaboration on ‘I Feel it Coming’ and ‘Party Monster’ Featuring Lana Del Rey

Angel Olsen’s My Woman: How to not Lose Yourself in Love

‘Still gotta wake up and be someone,’ states Olsen starkly on ‘Intern’. She’s painfully aware that time doesn’t wait for you to gather yourself. Throughout My Woman, as the title suggests, Olsen is possessive. Not in the sense of the Continue reading Angel Olsen’s My Woman: How to not Lose Yourself in Love

The Vending Machine: Past Lives – BØRNS

We’ve recently been bombarded with breathtaking visuals in the recent ‘Shot On iPhone’ series of Apple commercials. The advert featuring an arresting image of dispersing clouds against the background of a light blue sky, Continue reading The Vending Machine: Past Lives – BØRNS