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Album premiere: Right Kind of Wrong by Megan Sidwell

Earlier this year Melbourne-based NZ singer-songwriter Megan Sidwell released ‘I Got You’, a single that provided a preview of her upcoming album. That album,  309 more words

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Album review: The 1975 - The 1975 (2013)

I decided that to keep an order of the reviews, I should start in alphabetical order. And of course, numbers come first. And of course, the first one has to be The 1975’s self-baptized and most important album: … 552 more words

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VICTOR LEE: Strangely Familiar

Subtle, Supple, Jazz-tinged Guitar Magic

Sizzling debut disc from Victor Lee

Surrounding himself with some fine musicians, Victor Lee has crafted a superb debut album, “ 414 more words

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'Return to Center' - Kirin J Callinan - MINI REVIEW

To use the bare minimum, Kirin J Callinan is a wacky dude. He’s flamboyant, rebellious, and doesn’t mind being at the forefront of controversy. Going back to the term ‘bare minimum’, hey, remember when Weezer put out ‘The Teal Album’ earlier on in the year, and every song was essentially a note-for-note rendition of the original? 390 more words

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Album Review: Little Slugger - I Want to Live Here Forever

“I just haven’t been myself since you left here” is the kick-off line of Little Slugger‘s “Impossible”, the first track on I Want to Live Here Forever… 422 more words

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ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Sudden Sky’ by Crown The Empire

Even by the standards of ephemeral scene metalcore, Crown The Empire have always had a rough time. Compared to similarly flashy acts like Motionless In White or Issues, they’ve never had that one big single that’s sent them over the top, let alone a whole album to achieve the same effect, and thus they’ve always hung around a heavily demarcated mid-tier, even as a media push has tried in vain to get them out. 850 more words

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Album review: The Maes

The Maes used to be The Mae Trio – and released two albums and an EP under that name – but the departure of founding member Anita Hillman has resulted in the duo of sisters Maggie and Elsie Rigby, their divine voices and their skills with multiple instruments: banjo and guitar for Maggie and violin and mandolin for Elsie. 349 more words

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