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Miley Cyrus – ‘Plastic Hearts’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Alana O’Herlihy The instant takeaway from Plastic Hearts, Miley Cyrus’ toe-dip into the dark arts of Rock ‘N Roll, is that her voice has always been the key to her individuality. It conveys pangs of heartbreak, anger, or complicated love in waters much deeper than those her peers navigate. She commands a towering… Read more

Joji – ‘Nectar’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Jeaneen Lund George Miller, professionally known as “Joji”, has had one of the most interesting transitions into the mainstream music industry. No stranger to fame, Miller started out on the Internet in the early 2010s with the alias “Filthy Frank” and quickly escalated into meme culture for his in-your-face sense of dark humor…. Read more

Elderbrook: Expanding EDM Through His Versatility

Photo Credit: Big Beat Press Elderbrook, also known as Alexander Kotz, caught the attention of music listeners with the release of his 2015 hit, “How Many Times.” The song ranked in several music charts across the globe. Elderbrook has merged his trained musical skills with his fondness for unique sound samples to create his music…. Read more

Beyoncé – ‘Black Is King’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Shutterstock Some people simply know when to take the baton and run with it. At a point in time when racial tensions and social injustice are at an all time high, here comes none other than Beyoncé Knowles-Carter who takes us on a journey of black excellence with her latest visual album, Black… Read more

Logic – ‘No Pressure’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Rozette Rago Logic’s retirement album, or so he says (I’d like to stay in denial for the rest of this review, thanks), sees the rapper seek his roots. Collaborating with co-executive producer No I.D. , he produces a much needed redemptive compilation of songs that will endure the test of time due 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

Kygo – ‘Golden Hour’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Johannes Lovund Kygo, Norwegian DJ, songwriter, and producer, has returned to the playing field with his third full-length LP, titled Golden Hour. Building on the tropical house-lite vibes that have catapulted him to the upper echelons of the EDM stratosphere, Golden Hour finds itself getting comfortable with simply being comfortable – nothing here… Read more

Lauv – ‘How I’m Feeling’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Eva Pentel Ari Staprans Leff, 25, has already been well established in writing songs that attempt to address personal topics with a laidback approach. In his first studio album How I’m Feeling, the artist leaves no stone unturned with 21-tracks that act as a self-analysis of his various personas as the listener discovers… Read more