Category Archives: Music

A Record Education

Record labels are clearly vital to the music industry, but how many of us can say that we know about the labels that support …

Twerk For Your Money

Making it big can be a huge challenge for upcoming musicians. The pressures of the industry and the resulting media onslaught can challenge the …

An afternoon with Defunk

Defunk brings some Canadian style groove to the table in this exclusive interview for his chart topping debut album. Image: Welcome to Groove City …

Drunk in Love (The Weeknd remix) Review - The Weeknd

Unless you’ve been living under a rock recently, you’ve probably heard Beyonce’s hit single Drunk in Love. However, something you may not have heard …

Independent Radio: The Bloodless Revolution

Internet radio is a force unto itself, giving unsigned and upcoming bands the chance to showcase themselves to new audiences in a way that …

‘Rat A Tat’ - Fall Out Boy

Fall Out Boy’s latest album Save Rock and Roll, should not be taken as a serious attempt to actually do so. Rather, it should be seen as a harmless tongue in cheek collection of songs poking fun at the pretentiousness within the industry.

Flume Album Review - Flume

Sydney based producer, Harley Streten, otherwise known as Flume is one of the latest emerging talents in the world of dance and R&B music …

Luna Review - Bombay Bicycle Club

Bombay Bicycle Club have been away for a couple of years working on their fourth album So Long, See You Tomorrow and their single …

‘Bath is Black’ - Marika Hackman

In order to be a great folk artist an individual must have the ability to be a great story teller. Fortunately for young singer/songwriter …

Steal the Light - The Cat Empire

UK exclusive Boomtown headliners release a spectacular album that epitomizes The Cat Empire’s position as ska and jazz ruling monarchs in one fell swoop. …