‘Tranquillity Base Hotel and Casino’ is Arctic Monkeys at their most mature.

Is ‘Tranquillity Base Hotel and Casino’, the sixth studio album released by UK band Arctic Monkeys, really be that much of a departure from the band’s older m …

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Princess Nokia – Metallic Butterfly (Remastered and Expanded)

Since debuting the original “Metallic Butterly” in 2014, Princess Nokia has found time to start a podcast, release a couple of genre-defying mixtapes, model for …

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Album Review: Sundara Karma – Youth is Only Ever Fun in Retrospect

Sundara Karma undoubtedly wrote this album to be performed in stadiums and arenas worldwide, and I imagine their live shows to be equally as grand. Writing anthemic …

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Vince Staples is as razor-sharp as ever on ‘FM!’

Vince Staples has always been a man of deceptive versatility. Though his flows and vocal performances sometimes come across as familiar, there’s no denying that h …

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Business As Usual For Marian Hill

Marian Hill have released their sophomore record titled ‘Unusual’. The band comprises of Samantha Gongol (vocalist and songwriter) and Jeremy Lloyd (pro …

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Gretta Ray continues to shine on ‘Here and Now’

2 years after winning Triple J’s Unearthed High contest and capturing a countless number of hearts with her song ‘Drive’, Gretta Ray has released her second E …

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Young The Giant’s Home Of The Strange

After “Suicide Squad”, Young The Giant’s new album was the second thing I was looking forward to this August. Since they released the first single, “Amerika …

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Hatchie releases title track from upcoming EP ‘Sugar and Spice’

After making waves in the Aus music scene in 2017 with her acclaimed singles ‘Try’ and ‘Sure’, Brisbane songstress Harriette Pilbeam aka Hatchie has announc …

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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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