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Marilyn Manson - Heaven Upside Down Album Review

I got a chance to listen to Marilyn Manson’s new (10th) album “Heaven Upside Down” in it’s entirety and OH MY GOD! I am in love again! 430 more words

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Album Review: Jessie Ware - 'Glasshouse'

Hammersmith soulstress completes her evolution into this generation’s Alicia Keys on sultry third album


There have been no shortage of British balladeers emerging in the last few years, from Sam Smith and his rapid ascension into a stadium filler, to those – like, say, Eliza Doolittle – who’ve rather faltered since big breakthroughs, but Jessie Ware has always been a slight cut above in terms of style, even if not popularity. 497 more words


Jobriath - Jobriath (1973)

Known as one of the first openly gay musicians to be signed to a major label, not to mention one of the first public figures to die of AIDS, Jobriath (and his debut record) is a sort of sacred bible among glam rock fans and rock historians. 119 more words

A track-by-track review of Niall Horan's first solo album 'Flicker'

The wait is finally over! Over a year after launching a solo career with debut single “This Town,” Niall Horan’s first full-length LP, Flicker, is finally here. 731 more words


Blasting My Headphones: GARNiDELiA - アイコトバ (Aikotoba)

Here she is! Giving Western dance music artists a run for their money!

Despite being a pop unit, I have always known GARNiDELiA for doing a genre that is much lighter on electronics, especially the synth. 77 more words


Pencarrow - "Dawn Simulation"

Pencarrow are a new prog band from New Zealand. Their debut album “Dawn Simulation” is quite stunning when it comes to the music. There are some incredible, jaw dropping moments on this album on the music side of things. 494 more words

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Artist Review: REWS

‘Dominating and powerful, ‘Your Tears’ has an explosive sound you just can’t resist.’

Intro to REWS:
Consisting of Shauna Tohill (guitar and lead vocals) and Collette Williams (drums and backing vocals), …

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