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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Melanie Martinez’ Sophomore Album Update

Alternative pop singer songwriter Melanie Martinez had a flying start to her music career with her debut album Cry Baby arriving to a huge amount of success. The al …

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ALXNDR: ” Our Songs Are Very Real And Very Honest Stories Of Us”

Hailing from Newcastle, alternative pop band ALXNDR are ending a perfect year with their debut EP release ‘RWND’. So far the trio have been receiving an …

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Wafia Announces National ‘XXIX’ Tour and Releases ‘Heartburn’ Live Video

Brisbane singer, Wafia, has received a huge amount of buzz through the release of her sultry electronic debut EP, XXIX and is kicking off 2016 with a national tour …

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Mura Masa plays it safe on ‘Complicated’

Rising star Alex Crossan, aka Mura Masa, the British DJ and producer behind the hit single Love$ick (feat. A$AP Rocky), as well as collaborations with Charli XCX an …

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Album Review: Troye Sivan – Blue Neighbourhood

It’s happened, folks. Troye Sivan has officially cemented himself as a full-blown pop sensation. His debut, dubbed Blue Neighbourhood, is an atmospheric, ethereal …

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TESHA Releases Debut EP ‘Dreams Vol.1’ + Track By Track Review

Hailing from Tel Aviv, Israel, Electropop singer-songwriter and producer Neta Elias has been making a name for herself in the music scene under the alias TESHA. Fro …

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An Interview With Nōva

2015 has been a year of new artists, blossoming into the spotlight. One that’s sure to soon have fame is a young singer named NŌVA. At the bright age of 19, the …

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Noname’s ‘Room 25’ is conscious hip-hop at its finest

‘Underrated’ is a term we shouldn’t have to keep using to describe 27-year-old Fatimah Warner, aka Noname. With a critically acclaimed mixtape – 2016’s Te …

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Brockhampton’s magic is far from lost on Iridescence

If there was a key word that could be applied to Brockhampton in 2018, it would be ‘pressure’. After last year’s Saturation Trilogy, a series of lauded albums …

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