SAMANTHA JADE’S SOIREE INTO TROPICAL INFUSED POP IS PRETTY ALRIGHT

Samantha Jade‘s career has been a rocky one. She won X Factor way back when, released a series of strong singles and vibrant alluring video clips, tiptoed back and forth across the selling sexy and selling class line multiple times, but somewhere in there we just kind of forgot about her.

HALSEY TAPS INTO 80’S NEW-WAVE GOLD WITH STRANGERS

Ok, so I’m going to admit that the material I’ve heard so far from Halsey‘s upcoming sophomore album Magic Fountain Kingdom has seemed kind of lacklustre to me. A sophomore is always a big challenge, with your debut there’s no expectations, nothing to compare to so it all seems fresh and great, but numero dos…

CARLY RAE JEPSEN WINS POP IN 2017

Sneaking in at the last minute to claim the pop crown for the first six months of the year comes Carly Rae Jepsen, and I might say if she’s keeping up this vibe she’s gonna win 2017’s pop queen crown, to be honest. E.Mo.Tion. was perhaps the most underrated pop albums of the past ten years,…

VERA BLUE IS MENDED AND HEADING ON TOUR

Vera Blue‘s meteoric rise within the Australian music scene has been one that has been in motion for quite some time. Since first appearing in the 2013 season of The Voice Australia and her subsequent evolution into an outstanding alt-pop artist with a Lana Del Rey vibe Vera has been the name on everyone’s lips as…

83 DAYS IS A REMARKABLE RETURN FROM WAFIA

It took a lot longer than 83 days for Wafia to release her solo follow-up to her 2015 XXIX Ep, but I suppose she can be forgiven for that wait when in between she released and toured a collaborative Ep with Ta-Ku.

KILTER AND WOODES TEAM UP IS THE BEST THING TO HAPPEN IN 2017

The collaboration between Kilter and Woodes is really something that I didn’t quite expect. Both artists have a very distinctive sound on their own that are really different ends of the electronic genre. Yet it seems that when these two pure souls come together in the studio the results are unrivalled.

LIAM PAYNE | STRIP THAT DOWN

The discography of One Direction has little to no appeal to me at all. On the whole it all seemed very forced, calculated and yeah, boring as hell to watch. Like I got that they weren’t meant to appeal to my specific market but other then the accents and pretty faces I really didn’t get…