CD Reviews

[Album Review] TT – LoveLaws

“I need a little room to sway.” Exquisite Corpse is a tremendously beautiful piece of work. Be it the dreamy, lullaby tones of ‘Billie Holiday’, or perhaps the gorgeously absorbing layers of reverb drenching the guitar licks of ‘Krimson’, Exquisite Corpse stands tall as one of the most enchanting debut EPs of any band, painting […]


[Album Review] Janelle Monáe – Dirty Computer

Dirty Computer is the third and the latest standard length studio album by the indie artist Janelle Monáe who is most known for her unique afro-futuristic style of R&B, which often showcases a delightful mix of electro-funk, and soul. Monáe is also known for her ability to weave a compelling theme throughout her albums where, […]


[Album Review] Anne-Marie – Speak Your Mind

Speak Your Mind is the debut studio album by British Pop singer, Anne-Marie. The 27-year-old singer has attained several charting singles on the UK Singles Chart. She was also featured on Clean Bandit’s “Rockabye,” which peaked at number one. Ever since the release of her first single, “Alarm,” she has been a consistent sensation in […]


[Album Review] Shinedown – Attention Attention

It’s fair to say that Shinedown are the kind of band where you know exactly what you pay for. Mixing hard rock with flavours of heavier post-grunge, The Sound of Madness effectively stands as a near-perfect example of fun and catchy rock music; it wasn’t anything revolutionary, but that was hardly the point – you’re […]


[Album Review] Frankie Cosmos – Vessel

Greta Kline known under her stage name as Frankie Cosmos is an independent pop artist from the city of dreams, known world-wide as “The Big Apple”, New York City. She started her musical career circa 2009, releasing various pieces of music via her bandcamp page under the moniker of Ingrid Superstar, and since then she […]