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Album Review: Halsey - Badlands

Halsey settles with her demons on debut album Badlands
With the rise of artists like Lana Del Rey and Lorde, there was a whole new wave of female pop artists with melancholic lyrics and light electronic productions coming in and let’s be fair: you can never have enough artists in this style, now can you? 549 more words

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Album of the Week, August 30: Rum Sodomy and the Lash by the Pogues

The Pogues formed in London in the fading days of Britain’s punk explosion. Vocalist Shane MacGowan, tin whistle player Spider Stacy, and multi-instrumentalists Jem Finer and James Fearnley had worked together in a couple of punk bands before creating their own unique sound. 855 more words

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Album of the Week: Chelsea Wolfe: Abyss

On Abyss, Chelsea Wolfe brings the heaviness in her music to the fore in a way that’s more natural, and more compelling, than merely “going metal.” Given the darkness and drama present even on her unplugged album… 315 more words

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YAZ'S ALBUM OF THE WEEK: BILLY JOEL - AN INNOCENT MAN

BILLY JOEL – AN INNOCENT MAN

ORIGINALLY RELEASED: 1983 – COLUMBIA

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Album Of The Week: Owiny Sigoma Band - Nyanza

“Nyanza” is the third album from the cross-cultural, boundary surpassing Owiny Sigoma Band. For their third offering, the band travelled to the Nyanza Province of Western Kenya – home of their two members Joseph Nyamungu and Charles Owoko – to explore the birthplace of Luo music. 403 more words

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Album Review: MAKING - HIGHLIFE

Where were you a year ago? I’ll tell you where I was – knee deep in rejection, working an unpaid internship, and having nervous breakdowns in the best nightclubs that Kings Cross had to offer. 766 more words

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Album Review: Jess Glynne - I Cry When I Laugh

Jess Glynne releases long awaited debut album
Can you imagine scoring your fifth number 1 hit on the day you actually release your debut album? This happened to Jess Glynne. 511 more words

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