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Album Review: Ascendia – The Lion and the Jester

Location: Toronto, Canada

Genre: Progressive symphonic power metal

Release date: 21 December 2014

Label: Independent

Previous releases: This is their debut album

Tracks: 12

Length: 584 more words

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Album Review: Blurryface

Twenty One Pilots’ newest album, Blurryface,has officially been released for a little over a week. I have been listening to this album basically nonstop since last Tuesday, and have been trying to take in as much of the album as I can. 617 more words


Album Review: Hot Chip - Why Make Sense?

Hot Chip

Why Make Sense? (Domino)

It may not sound particularly exciting, but one of Hot Chip’s greatest gifts is the group’s consistency. Six albums and fifteen years into their musical voyage, they still come up with the goods on a regular basis, their catalogue evolving into one of the most steadily assured collections in modern dance music. 779 more words

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Album Review: Rule of Thirds - Rule of Thirds

Adelaide has always been a fixture of fantastic music that thrives on being rejected by the mainstream. From Wireheads to Bitch Prefect to Blood Plastic, if you want something that blossoms in the dark, then unleash your inner horticulture specialist, and dive into the great music that our Southern cousins have to offer. 435 more words

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Cities Aviv - Your Discretion is Trust (2015) Review

Wow, pardon the horrible quality of the header image here. I’m really not sure what happened there. I’ll try and fix it later on, but I want to publish this so… Forgive me? 613 more words

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Album Review: Beef Jerk - Tragic

You know what’s tragic? What’s really, really tragic? No, not that Shannon Noll is being berated for putting on one hell of a show at Origin, whilst his Idol contemporary Guy Sebastian gets to live it up on international television. 617 more words


Torres "The Sprinter"


The Sprinter


In 2013, Mackenzie Scott (who performs under the name “Torres”) came bursting out the gates with a debut that was intimate, honest, and powerful. 821 more words

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