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ALBUM - Kanye West 'The Life of Pablo'

Kanye West – The Life of Pablo

Everything about this album screams ‘mental breakdown’.

And everyone knows a mental breakdown is uncomfortable to witness, but in the end can be very effective. 71 more words

Diabulus In Musica/Amberian Dawn ~ Boston Music Room, Tuffnell Park 10/02/2017: Gig Review

Lucky Beth and I got to go to yet another metal gig for the second Friday in a row! This time we went to see another set of dual headliners: Spanish symphonic act Diabulus In Musica and Finnish symphonic power metal act Amberian Dawn. 1,570 more words

Symphonic Metal

Spade Monrow - 2 Timbz Down (Review)

Spade Monrow (Which is a pretty damn good rap name) believes his time is now. His gutter bars combined with this willingness to produce a sound that appeals to many is hella impressive! 893 more words

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Various Artists - C/CII

Ghostlight curates a collection of tracks that bottle a sense of beautiful mourning on their second Christmas compilation. 625 more words

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BBC Introducing at Maida Vale: Jodie Abacus

‘The sound is one that could easily be from the centre of the R&B era and after listening, you can’t help but be left with, well, a ‘Good Feeling.’ 412 more words


Kumi Koda: 'Black Cherry' – Album Review

Black Cherry, the fifth studio album released back in 2006, was an iconic piece to the singer’s catalogue for numerous reasons; first, it’s her only studio record to ship over one million units (an impressive degree I must say.) Two, it saw the first production and composing direction handled by Kuu-chan. 532 more words


Album Of The Day: M.I.A. - AIM

Let’s get one thing out of the way that really bothers me about this album–I don’t like how the “Deluxe” edition of the album is the only version available (at least on streaming services). 690 more words

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