Buddy Guy – The Blues Is Alive And Well

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Blues legend Buddy Guy has released his new studio album, entitled “The Blues Is Alive And Well”. At age 81, the trailblazing guitar virtuoso and vocalist is still on tour all year, and every time he performs, the blues is alive indeed. However, the seven-time Grammy winner admits that he … Continue Reading →

Review: Christina Aguilera – Liberation

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It’s been a long road to “Liberation” for Christina Aguilera. From childhood stardom as a Mouseketeer to the release of her first hit single, “Genie In A Bottle”, while still in her teens, Christina has grown up in the spotlight. While she’s always remained within the loosely defined boundaries of … Continue Reading →

Mike Shinoda – Post Traumatic

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Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park releases “Post Traumatic”, his new solo studio album. The album comes almost one year after Linkin Park’s lead singer Chester Bennington committed suicide. Mike Shinoda explains that the album is “a journey out of grief and darkness”, and that he decided to use his real … Continue Reading →

Lily Allen – No Shame

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Lily Allen has released her fourth studio album, titled “No Shame”. The 33-year-old singer and songwriter from London worked with producers like Mark Ronson and BloodPop to create the follow-up to her “Sheezus” album. Lily Allen, notorious for her outspoken personality and with her share of controversies, disclosed that she … Continue Reading →

Jorja Smith – Lost & Found

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British singer-songwriter Jorja Smith releases her debut album, entitled “Lost & Found”. The soulful record contains twelve songs including singles “Blue Lights”, “Where Did I Go?”, and “Teenage Fantasy”. Her latest single, “Let Me Down” featuring rapper Stormzy and production by Grammy-winner Paul Epworth, is not included on the album. … Continue Reading →

American Aquarium – Things Change

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“Things Change”, the seventh studio album by American Aquarium, has been released. The country rock band from North Carolina, formed in 2005 by lead singer and guitarist BJ Barham, is on US tour over the next three months to promote their new record. “Things Change” is an earnest album with … Continue Reading →

Father John Misty – God’s Favorite Customer

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Father John Misty has released his new studio record, titled “God’s Favorite Customer”. A candid ten-track LP and follow-up to the critically acclaimed “Pure Comedy”, this album is largely produced by Father John Misty himself and Jonathan Rado, both multi-instrumentalists. Until November, Father John Misty is touring the world, playing … Continue Reading →

Welshly Arms – No Place Is Home

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Welshly Arms have released their sophomore album, “No Place Is Home”, featuring the hit single “Legendary”. Before their breakout single propelled them to international fame, the rock band from Cleveland, Ohio, published EPs in 2013 and 2014, followed by their debut LP in 2015. “No Place Is Home” is a … Continue Reading →

Shawn Mendes

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Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes releases his self-titled third studio album. Both of his previous full-length records debuted atop of the US album charts and Mendes is one of only ten solo artists to ever top the album charts before the age of 18. To promote his new record, Shawn Mendes … Continue Reading →

Ray LaMontagne – Part Of The Light

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Grammy Award winner Ray LaMontagne releases his seventh studio album, entitled “Part Of The Light”. The 44-year-old artist, who resides on a farm in Massachusetts, has been performing since 1999 and made his recording debut in 2004 with “Trouble”, his gold-selling first LP. One of the highlights on LaMontagne’s new … Continue Reading →

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