Lil John Roberts – The Heartbeat

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Accomplished drummer Lil John Roberts has released his debut album today. ‘The Heartbeat’ is a record full of surprises due to his diverse musical background and the variety of guest artists. The album features soul music icons like Eric Roberson and Musiq Soulchild, jazz greats like Robert Glasper and Nicholas … Continue Reading →

Iggy Azalea Makes Her Way To Stardom

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Iggy Azalea is the personification of self-fulfilling prophecy. Read the details of her early life in Australia, and you’ll see the vision of creating her own girl group à la TLC at age 14, and taking on the persona of the gutsy Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes with hopes of becoming … Continue Reading →

Review: Phillip Phillips – Behind The Light

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Phillip Phillips is back with his sophomore album Behind The Light. With his debut album The World From The Side Of The Moon and the hit single ‘Home’, the platinum-selling artist has not only become one of the most successful American Idol winners but has also produced one of the … Continue Reading →

Foxes – Glorious

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British pop singer Foxes has released her debut album ‘Glorious’ which received a warm welcome from critics and fans alike. She currently completes her UK tour to promote the new album. For more info go to iamfoxes.com

Review: Coldplay – Ghost Stories

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Certain experiences are universal enough to warrant full concept albums when they occur. In this case, Coldplay’s sixth studio album, Ghost Stories, embraces the quintessential moment when a relationship comes to an end. Calm, ethereal and incredibly cerebral, the album is reportedly inspired by the trauma experienced during the ‘conscious … Continue Reading →

Review: The Roots – …And Then You Shoot Your Cousin

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Disclaimer: If you’re not interested in a lesson in elaborate soundscapes or composition arrangement aesthetics as it relates to sound theory art form, then this is NOT your album. So, what does that even mean? …And Then You Shoot Your Cousin, eleventh studio album by The Roots, is dense with … Continue Reading →

The Roots: more than a Quarter Century in the Game

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The past quarter of a century has seen The Roots truly evolve within the sphere of American popular music, positioning the group as one of many foundational cornerstones. By now, they are truly ubiquitous as a band, having produced more than fifteen records, EPs and collaborative albums with artists from … Continue Reading →

Review: Michael Jackson – Xscape

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This month marks the release of the second posthumous album of Michael Jackson, Xscape, a record showcasing eight songs written for him between 1983 and 2001. Featuring modern production and new instrumentation, Xscape, executive produced by industry veteran Antonio ‘LA’ Reid and super producer Timbaland, goes great lengths to contemporize … Continue Reading →

Sarah McLachlan – Shine On

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The new album ‘Shine On’ by Sarah McLachlan was inspired by her father’s passing and her own appreciation for life. She states that this album is about moving through the second half of her life in a more mindful and meaningful way, recognizing that every day, every moment is precious … Continue Reading →

Review: Santana – Corazón

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Legendary virtuoso Carlos Santana has released his next major album, Corazón, a fifteen track joint labor of love featuring collaborations with some of the biggest Latin music icons in the world. Almost 15 years ago, Santana’s Supernatural went super platinum and won nine Grammys, including Album of the Year. In … Continue Reading →

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