Japanese Wallpaper Releases New Single ‘Cocoon’

At the age of only 18, Australian producer Gab Strum, a.k.a. Japanese Wallpaper just dropped his new hit Cocoon, the first track released after his debut self-title …

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Nothing But Thieves have it all, literally

Whoever said Essex never produces great music talent? Nothing But Thieves, five lads from that very locale, are taking it to the masses with their self-titled debut …

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Kimbra’s ‘Primal Heart’ is a gorgeous reflection on self-empowerment

I wish I could begin this review by calling Kimbra something like ‘pop sensation’ or ‘acclaimed songstress’. Despite two Grammy awards (making her the third …

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Album Review: The 1975 – ‘I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It’ 

It finally happened, The 1975 released their highly anticipated sophomore album, I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware of It, maybe we s …

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Review: Ryan Adams – 1989

Given my immeasurable respect for Taylor Swift as an artist, what I’m about to say may sound borderline blasphemous. But please, give me a chance to explain mysel …

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First Aid Kit Returns With Fourth Album ‘Ruins’

After more than three years since their last album, Swedish sisters First Aid Kit have returned with another dose of dreamy folk. Ruins is the deepest look we’ve …

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The Royal Concept talks new album, new era

Indie rock band, The Royal Concept recently debuted their new EP ‘Smile’ which is filled with catchy lyrics and melodies. Hailing from Stockholm Sweden, …

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Interview: Ecca Vandal Releses Debut EP ‘End Of Time’

On Friday January 29th, Ecca Vandal dropped her debut EP, End OF Time, with no warning at all. The EP features five tracks with her 2015 hit singles, End Of Time an …

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Album Review: The Creases ‘Tremolow’

The Creases’ patience is almost as admirable as their talent. Three years have passed since the Brisbane group’s Gradient EP demonstrated their knack for equall …

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‘Something’s Gotta Give’ – a summer craving by Raveena Aurora

Currently drowning in midterms and in need of a lil pick me up? If so, may I so kindly introduce you to the ever so sweet single ‘Something’s Gotta Give’ by R …

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Soccer Mommy – Be Seeing You

While Soccer Mommy’s biggest songs are buoyed by Sophie Allison’s audible resentment and regret, “Be Seeing You” is all sweet longing and rose-tinted glasse …

Interview: Yellow Days

Two and half years may seem like a long time for a teenager, especially if you’re getting as little sleep as Yellow Days’ brainchild George van den Broek. Thoug …