Fury In The Slaughterhouse – Now

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German rock band Fury In The Slaughterhouse is staging a grand return with the release of their twelfth studio album, “Now”, their first LP of new material in 15 years. The six-piece band from Hannover, best known for the mid-90s releases “Mono” and “The Hearing And Sense Of Balance”, had … Continue Reading →

Demi Lovato – Dancing With The Devil… The Art Of Starting Over

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Demi Lovato has released her seventh studio album, entitled “Dancing With The Devil… The Art Of Starting Over”. After a timeout from the spotlight, the singer/actress returns with a 19-track-strong LP that deals with her recovery from a drug overdose in 2018 and the self-discovery process that followed. Loneliness, love, … Continue Reading →

Review: Noga Erez – Kids

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Israeli musician Noga Erez has released her eagerly anticipated sophomore album just in time for the Passover weekend in the Jewish tradition – a Passover gift, if you will. At first listen, “Kids” is a catchy, well-produced, rhythmic trip around what it means to be young in today’s world. Erez’s … Continue Reading →

Justin Bieber – Justice

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“Justice”, the fifth studio album by Canadian superstar Justin Bieber, has been released. The record was published exactly eleven years after Bieber’s debut LP, “My World 2.0”, which sold close to ten million copies worldwide and made him one of the most successful teen musicians ever. His growth is evident … Continue Reading →

Review: Jon Batiste – We Are

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Louisiana native Jon Batiste is a star – there is no question. Throughout the past year, he has been busy with numerous projects and performances, including co-engineering the original motion picture soundtrack for “Soul”, appearing at the Juneteenth celebration in Brooklyn, and continuing his work as the musical director for … Continue Reading →

Lana Del Rey – Chemtrails Over The Country Club

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Lana Del Rey has released her sixth studio album, titled “Chemtrails Over The Country Club”. Two years after “Norman Fucking Rockwell!”, pop music’s most glamorous headline maker returns with a follow-up, but the low-key vibe of the new album is languid compared to its predecessor. The tempos are slow and … Continue Reading →

Here are the Winners of the POP AWARDS 2021, the fourth annual Pop Awards!

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Today is the day. Pop Magazine is ready to announce the winners of the Pop Awards 2021. An incredible number of votes has been cast and counted, and the results are in. We have combined the votes from the public voting with the votes cast by our expert panel of … Continue Reading →

Tom Grennan – Evering Road

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British singer-songwriter Tom Grennan is set to release his sophomore album, “Evering Road”. Grennan, who was born and raised in Bedford, England, and is now based in London, had no aspirations in music initially. But when his plans of a professional sports career stalled, music became his passion. In 2018, … Continue Reading →

Review: Zara Larsson – Poster Girl

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Zara Larsson first came to fame in 2008 when she won the Swedish version of the competition show Got Talent at just ten years old, with stunning renditions of songs by Whitney Houston and Celine Dion. Those who have seen Zara’s performances predicted a great future for her in the … Continue Reading →

Willie Nelson – That’s Life

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Willie Nelson has released his new album, “That’s Life”, a homage to his friend Frank Sinatra. It’s the second Sinatra tribute album from Nelson following 2018’s “My Way” which earned him the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. Willie Nelson and Frank Sinatra have enjoyed a great friendship … Continue Reading →