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An astounding sixty-seven years into a celebrated career, veteran soul/gospel singer Mavis…

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Drawing heavy influence from the New Orleans sound made famous by the…

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Björk‘s ninth studio album Utopia will no doubt please longtime fans and…

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Review: King Krule – The OOZ

We just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to sink our teeth into…

Review: Beck – Colors

It could be argued that Beck‘s tenth studio album is victim of…

Review: L’Rain – L’Rain

New York-based singer and multi-instrumentalist Taja Cheek has produced a truly stunning,…