Song, Album, Music Video & Performance Reviews

A collation of blog posts surrounding song, album, EP, music video and performances.

Twinning neck chains and a white t-shirt to match. A ‘Familiar’ fashion of flamenco fervour and all too friendly feelings, where Payne’s playful performance meets his Columbian counterpart Balvin’s linguist lulls to curate an exploration of a bilingual benevolent, that satisfies a typical transitional Spanish spring song fluorescence into an exaggerated summer smash. As Payne’s preoccupied with ‘Familiar’, Styles’ shows in the Gold Coast, Horan’s honing through European ‘Flicker’ Tour,…

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Bewilderingly banishing his boyband background, Malik’s memory wipe from his ‘Mind Of Mine’ to ZAYN’s latest leap ‘Let Me’. An audible experience of a restfulness flow and relationship imploring issues with a visionary story of troubling embezzlement and action packed acting, the fashionable falsetto facade suggests the Bradford Boy has transitionally matured into a LA living man, in pursuit of a relocation of lifestyle and a transformation in musical direction…

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Devils key holder, quiff comb brusher and burglar basher the weird the wacky and the wonderful returns. Panic! At The Disco have prayed, sinned and provided the cryptic clues behind the secret shows, puzzling packages and the wicked wonder. ‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’ action packed blockbuster scenes and ‘Silver Lining’ big brass band sounds. Panic! At The Disco have answered a plethora of prayers in the wake of Pray For…

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Horan is let on the loose and Styles has shot to supermodel stardom. As Niall Horan and Harry Styles are heading out to travel and tour as separate solo stars, the duo of One Direction differentiates couldn’t be more different and as the harsh hiatus reigns on, Horan released his visual for his third person themed track ‘On The Loose’ whilst Styles simultaneously has been spotted shooting in another perceptible…

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Fall Out Boy have had a glow up despite their music midlife crisis MANIA managed to show. Taking to The Late Late Show stateside to perform the lavish Latin ‘Hold Me Tight Or Don’t’ and the ‘Sugar, We’re Goin Down’ singers looked like they were being held tightly by the day of the dead spirits, with restrictive rocking and spiritless singing summing up this soulless showcase. The Chicago chimers contribution…

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