Just as infectious and endlessly repeatable as the band’s 2004 eponymous debut, “Magic Hour” is one of the few pop albums I’ve heard where every song is terrifc, with clever, cheeky lyrics revealing underlying sadness and neediness amidst the thumping beats and Elton John-esque pianos that swirl throughout the twelve tracks, with “San Luis Obispo” and “Somewhere” emerging as personal favorites of mine.
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“Light” Song #1
We have entered dark times. This week has ushered in a calamity that threatens many ills and horrors. For me personally, the worst horror is the reversal in progress against the very real and already active threat of Climate Change. 310 more words
Kylie Minogue has revealed she and fiance Joshua Sasse will not get hitched until same-sex marriage is legalised in her native Australia.
The singer met the British actor on the set of his TV show Galavant in 2015 and they announced their engagement in The Times newspaper in February (16) after a whirlwind romance. 271 more words
A lot can happen in a decade – styles change, people come and go but music never leaves us.
With streaming websites and the likes of iTunes allowing us to have instant access to any song of our choosing, it’s easy to forget just how long it has been since songs were released, because you’re still listening to them today. 636 more words