Analysis of CASE STUDY 01 by Daniel Caesar

It has been 2 years since Canada’s own Daniel Caesar dropped his critically acclaimed debut album Freudian and he has once again reemerged onto the music scene with CASE STUDY 01. Staying true to his acoustic sound, Caesar teams up with music veterans to bring forward another feel-good set of tracks. ENTROPY is the gateway song […]

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Happiness Begins now that the Jonas Brothers are back

The Jonas Brothers are officially back and it might be one of the best band comebacks we’ve seen so far. From dropping products, tour announcements, new music, documentaries and more, the Jonas Brothers definitely know how to get you to spend your money and it’s clear this has been a well-planned re-emergence. Their new documentary, […]

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The Felice Brothers’ Undress is their Best Album in Years

The Felice Brothers craft an impeccable piece of art with the release of Undress, their first album in three years! Through mighty storytelling and poetic imagery; a nod to the wit of Mark Twain, the spirited folk-rock band from New York reflect upon the ills of modern American society. Cut live to tape with minimal […]

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Album Review | Primal Heart – Kimbra

It’s been roughly four years since the release of Kimbra’s second album, The Golden Echo, and now the Kiwi queen is back with a project truly depicting her self-discovery and artistic revival. Primal Heart is an adventurous album with tracks ranging from deep drum beats and electronic vibes to ethereal violins and vocals, all while […]

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Album Review | Changa- PNAU

Australian electronic dance trio PNAU are well into the liveliness of summer with their latest album, Changa.

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Album Review | Morning After- dvsn

If classic R&B is what you’re seeking, dvsn is bringing it with smooth, sensual sounds paired with deep drum beats in their newest album, Morning After.

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