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Little Mix – ‘Confetti’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Columbia Records British girl group Little Mix remains one of the UK’s most guilty pleasures. Hailing as the only female band to win Simon Cowell’s coveted X-Factor reality show in 2011, the former quartet has since sparked a solid amount of commercial success. From starting out with 2012’s debut DNA, to… Read more

John Legend – ‘Bigger Love’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Joe Pugliese John Legend’s highly anticipated seventh studio album Bigger Love was co-produced by neo-soul artist Raphael Saadiq and singer Charlie Puth, already setting it up for a great listener experience. From the very start, we hear doo-wop in the background of the opening song “Ooh La.” It’s a trap-influenced old school track… Read more

HAIM – ‘Women in Music Part III’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Jasper Rischen This past spring the release Haim’s third full-length album (like just about everything else) was delayed by the 2020 global health crisis. To help fill the void, the group – sisters Este, Danielle and Alana Haim, as we should all know by now – released a number of individual tracks, which… Read more

Lennon Stella: A Music Career Taking Off In ‘Three. Two. One.’

Photo Credit: Aidan Zamiri Lennon Stella is a Canadian actress turned singer who is gaining worldwide attention for her creative talents. With the combination of being in a creative family, working on a hit TV series, and having recently released her first album, Lennon is a serene force to be reckoned with. Lennon grew up… Read more

HAIM – ‘The Steps’ EP Review

Photo Credit: Nicole Mago The 2013 debut album Days Are Gone from Haim – sisters Este, Danielle, and Alana Haim – was musically nothing short of a small miracle, a near-perfect symmetry of production, composition and performance which utilized influences ranging from the classic rock of the Eagles and Pink Floyd to the ’80s pop/R&B of… Read more

The Chainsmokers – ‘World War Joy’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Danilo Lewis The Chainsmokers consists of two guys, Alexander Pall and Andrew Taggart. Attending different universities, Alexander and Andrew met with the help of manager Adam Alpert. Andrew started the group with DJ Rhett Bixler. Bixler left the group and Andrew decided to join as he pursued his interest in DJing. In April… Read more