04 Dec 2018

Earl Sweatshirt finds peace with “Some Rap Songs”

Coming seemingly back out of the woodworks, Earl Sweatshirt delivers his third full-length LP, “Some Rap Songs,” featuring lo-fi sampling, experimental drum beats and chopped blues samples. With 15 tracks,

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19 Nov 2018

Anderson .Paak’s “Oxnard” hits heavy notes

Anderson .Paak, formerly known as Breezy Lovejoy, released his third studio album “Oxnard”, blasting good vibes, bass thumps and funky elements to the table. This is .Paak’s first release on

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18 Nov 2018

Michael Bublé reminds us what “Love” is on new album

Michael Bublé is feeling good, really good with “Love,” his 10th studio album, containing cherished jazz classics and a new contemporary direction. Bublé is back, and thank God it’s not

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17 Nov 2018

Latest Smashing Pumpkins album conforms to pop era

The drilling, heavy riffs you may be used to from any other Smashing Pumpkins album lacks in their new album “Shiny and Oh So Bright, Vol. 1/ LP: No past.

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17 Nov 2018

Mumford & Sons “Delta” Review – a darker and thrilling album

After three years, the popular band Mumford & Sons reinvented themselves with their latest album “Delta.” The band teamed up with mega-pop producer Paul Epworth, who has worked with Coldplay

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