Finally as the highly anticipated release of Panic! At The Disco‘s latest album Death Of A Bachelor was pressed into record form, luckily I received it just a day after it was acquainted to the world, I thought after multiple listened on my record player, it is the appropriate time to review and essentially identify the difference in terms of sound quality between the digital version of this wonderful album,…

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It’s that time again in which two fairly recent performances by either One Direction, Panic! At The Disco or Fall Out Boy are unlawfully paired together to ultimately determine which performance wins stylistically and musically. Round 2 and its two performances coming from One Direction of song ‘History’ and its the Late Late Show battling against Jimmy Kimmel. The first point that I believe should be covered is which performance…

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Some time ago, whilst I was aimlessly scrolling through Panic! At The Disco interviews, I fortunately came across a video that was extremely relevant to recent events. This so happened to be an almost glorious hour long recording, in which Kerrang along side 4 music, inimitably interviewed Brendon Urie of Panic! essentially putting questions to him about his home life, London, live performing and ‘Death Of A Bachelor’ in an…

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It has finally arrived. Zayn Malik or should I say ZAYN debut album Mind Of Mine dropped drastically last week, and I think it’s safe to say that it has had a huge impact in the music world. After giving the deluxe album a thorough listen through ever since it’s release, it’s time to show my thoughts and feelings of the album in writing. Mind Of Mine Deluxe Edition Track…

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If you are a huge music lover like myself, it’s more than likely that you have been to live music events on several occasions and everyday it seems like all you think about is going to concerts and that’s defiantly the case for me. Therefore this consistent dreaming and thinking of going to more and more live music events, has influenced this post of talking through and completing the almost…

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