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SONG OF THE DAY Born Days - Analogue

I like it when a song really stops you in your tracks and hits you in the face with something good, but sometimes the subtle slow-burners can be just as effective and this is true of today’s song. 116 more words

Electronic

The Dears Takes You From Love To Mortality In “Taking It To The Grave”

Canadian indie rockers, The Dears, touch upon the fragility and solidity of love in their new single “Taking It To The Grave” – an orchestral rock piece that starts off with pinch of darkness and rises to an explosive synthphony. 228 more words

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Scarlett Taylor freaks us out with "Children of the Sun" and we love it

We’re all “Children of the Sun“. What does this mean? What’s the main idea behind this track. All you have is the lyrics, your imagination and the interpretation your mind comes up with. 257 more words

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Praise The Lorde: Pop Royalty Returns With 'Melodrama'

Written by Leo Baldi

When Lorde asked Max Martin to comment on her single Green Light, he said it was “incorrect songwriting”, to which she said that she knew that it had some mathematical discrepancies, but she did not care. 585 more words

Music

Mothica Releases Sophomore EP 'Heavy Heart'

Written by Jack Andrew Cribb

Are you a fan of dark pop? Well Mothica has got something for you.

The Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter (real name McKenzie Ellis) has just released her sophomore EP,  273 more words

Music

Galactic Synthpop Meets Desert In Passerine’s “More Human”

Breathing out an uncanny tension of synths and drilling vocals, Passerine pummels us to a pensive trance of isolation in their new single “More Human.” Built on polyrhythmic cadence that escalates into intensity as frontgal Phoebe Dubar whirls you further into the tune with her vocal depth, “More Human” explores the comfort we find in emptiness. 75 more words

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EP REVIEW. The Coathangers - Parasite

Release Date: 30 June 2017 (Digital out now)
Genre: Garage Punk
Rating: ★★★★
Words by: Steph Baker


The Coathangers are not new faces on the scene, with their first entrance being over a decade ago. 419 more words

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