Carly Rae Jepsen reveals the B Side of last year’s LP Dedicated – and arguably, it is the superior album, with a more cohesive sound.
The 1975 have finally released the much awaited follow up to An Inquiry Into Modern Relationships – a meandering, confused mess that doesn’t know what to do with itself.
Public Practice may consist of a mis-match of musicians from numerous genres, but their lack of fear in mixing funk, punk, pop and rock produces a truly wonderful debut album.
Charli XCX has been non-stop since bursting onto the scene eight years ago – how i’m feeling now combines a sound that has naturally progressed over the years, with raw lyrics we haven’t seen from the star before.
Rina Sawayama incorporates numerous genres to produce a blend that she can label her own unique sound.
Hayley Williams knocks her debut album out of the park – utilising her amazing voice to its fullest potential.