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The Veronicas - "You Ruin Me" (Review)

Australian pop due/twins The Veronicas return with a surprising debut single.  Nowadays, most artists release an upbeat radio friendly song as the first single from their album to spurn radio play and general public consumption, but The Veronicas have done the opposite for their first single in nearly 8 years.  111 more words

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John & Brittany. Story To Be Told. EP review

written by: Johnny Marcondes

John & Brittany are set to release their latest EP on 10/7/14, being a duo that combines smooth rock with catchy melodies and vocals.   816 more words

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Zola Jesus - Go (Blank Sea)

Nika Roza Danilove aka Zola Jesus has been drip feeding releases for her upcoming album “Taiga” for months. She releases “Dangerous days” months ago and it has taken up until just a few days ago to hear the next addition to the album. 107 more words

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Day of the Tiger by Yumi And The System

Artist: Yumi And The Stystem
Single: Day of the Tiger
Genre: Rock
Record Producer: Lincoln Parish

As a big fan of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, I was very excited when Yumi And The System asked if I would review their single, Day of the Tiger. 283 more words

Best Song of 2014?

Few weeks back, I tweeted that I have just heard what could be possibly the best song produced in 2014.

So what is my criteria for a song to be considered the best song of the year? 305 more words

Jay-Z - The Blueprint: Reasonable Doubt 2.0?

written by Michael Owino (@mikoniablogs)

They say hip-hop is serious competition and outclassing your rivals is somewhat a formality, but it’s more nourishing for an artist to outdistance themselves. 653 more words

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Attempting to Escape my Certain Fate.

The reasons for putting this series of thoughts down on paper come from a “straw that breaks the camels back” moment. This particular straw was a conversation off air at a radio show with blues champion and radio presenter Ian O’Regan and the camel was to do with how my music writing is perceived by the wider public. 955 more words

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