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Music Review: mcthfg - Korean Dub Volume 1 (Dubmission, May 2018)

Dub music has had a long and storied history, one that spans several decades, cultures and continents. From recording studios in Kingston, Jamaica in the 1960s to warehouse parties in London, England in the 1990s, the dub sound – with it’s emphasis on heavy, sinuous sub-bass, hazy rhythms and cavernous reverb – has found fans around the globe, and had an enormous influence on the development of electronic music – hell, on the development of modern music in general. 344 more words


Todrick Hall's 'Forbidden' Visual Album | Review


Todrick Hall’s ‘Forbidden’ first hit iTunes on the 27th March this year to great acclaim. I only became aware of this hit album when the visual version hit my Youtube subscription box! 734 more words


Music Video of the Day: What Doesn't Kill You by Jake Bugg (2013, dir by Andrew Douglas)

Today, we have a simple video for a pretty good song.  Of course, to say this video is simple is hardly a complaint.  The simplicity works wonderfully. 17 more words

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What Avicii's death should mean to the GenX. RIP my friend Tom.

20th April 2018, a 28 year old youngster named Tom, breathed his last. Guess what? He wasn’t at his hometown, he was out of the country at Muscat, Oman. 472 more words


Matrang - Meduza

Thanks for coming to check out the newest entry of Media Language Learning! This week, we are back to pop music and, according to the chart I usually follow on… 900 more words

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[Overdrive] - Review: Wiegedood - De Doben Hebben Het Goed III

Hi All,

This review is special, as it marks my 30th submission to the wonderful Overdrive Music Magazine!

See here for the full review of the harrowingly beautiful black metal jaunt by Wiegedood.




J COLE "K.O.D." Review

J Cole recently released his new album “KOD”. He stated on twitter that the album title has three meanings that all seem to have a similar symbolization with narcotics. 183 more words