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Music | Review | The Marlenes - Crawl Out Your Window

Rating: 9/10

By Kieran Webber

The Marlenes are a 3-piece Garage/Indie/Surf-Pop band from the Mornington Peninsula who formed in 2014. Drawing on influences from 60’s Soul and Rock ’n’ Roll, as well Psychedelic and Punk, they bring a fun sound that is full of catchy melodies. 323 more words


Album Review: Look Park; Look Park

This is the first album for the side project of Chris Collingwood, half of the creative double act behind power pop supremos Fountains of Wayne. And FoW fans will not be disappointed to learn that Collingwood’s way with a melody and a wry, often wistful lyric has very much survived the transition; so much so in fact that if you extracted the slower tracks from FoW’s string of cracking albums and parcelled them up together, you would not be a million miles from the sound of this record. 70 more words

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What The Game’s Been Missing! is the second studio Album by American rapper Juelz Santana. The album was released on November 22, 2005, on… 169 more words

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Song of the Week: Not Nice - PartyNextDoor

PartyNextDoor, is a Canadian record producer, singer, songwriter and rapper from Ontario signed to Drake’s OVO Sound label. He was recently linked romantically to Kylie Jenner following her brief split from Tyga but has largely stayed out of tabloid media buzz. 46 more words

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On July 22nd, Southern Californian quartet Capsize released their sophomore album ‘A Reintroduction: The Essence Of All That Surrounds Me’. The release follows Alternative Press streaming the album in full earlier this week, alongside the band having previously unveiled singles ‘XX (Sew My Eyes)’ here, ‘I Think It’s Best We Don’t Talk Anymore’ here and ‘Tear Me Apart’ here. 318 more words


The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl Album To Be Released On September 9th

Apple Corps Ltd. and Universal Music Group are pleased to announce global release plans for The Beatles: Live At The Hollywood Bowl, a new album that captures the joyous exuberance of the band’s three sold-out concerts at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl in 1964 and 1965. 753 more words