GOLD BABY – What Party?
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Guitar party pop There seems to have been a sea change in the quality of independent guitar outfits in recent years. The post-90s stodge that seemed to be everywhere at one point, surprisingly appears to have largely faded. In its … Read More

AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR
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The Avengers go to infinity and beyond Avengers: Infinity War sees the culmination of plots threaded throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s extensive catalogue of films. It’s a bold undertaking that attempts to showcase most of the leading characters from the … Read More

PRINCESS CHELSEA – The Loneliest Girl
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Chamber pop perfection It seems like a gulf of time since Princess Chelsea’s last studio album outing The Great Cybernetic Depression graced us with its presence. We summed up the 2015 album in our review at the time as “…a … Read More

FLIRTING – Peppermint
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Anxiety pop moments Describing themselves as “an anxiety-pop band”, the 5-piece outfit of Flirting appear to draw cues from the brighter points of indie pop’s long and storied legacy. The fuzzy guitarscapes of 2016’s ‘Wouldn’t You’ suggested hints of My … Read More

PRINCESS CHELSEA – I Love My Boyfriend
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New Zealand’s pop princess returns… With new album The Loneliest Girl due for release soon, Princess Chelsea has given a glimpse into her latest musical outing in the form of new song ‘I Love My Boyfriend’. When the album Lil’ … Read More

THE EXPANSE
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TV goes space opera… While genre titles on TV have been growing at a steady rate in recent years, it’s only occasionally that some manage to enjoy a level of success that takes them beyond the niche fanbases that they … Read More

THE GO! TEAM – Semicircle
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The Go! Team invite you to join the school band… As the old expression goes, if it ain’t broke, then don’t fix it. The Go! Team’s fifth album arrives and essentially delivers precisely what you’d expect from Ian Parton’s music … Read More

THOR: RAGNAROK
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Marvel’s hammer-wielding hero goes cosmic… The Marvel Cinematic Universe has been with us for so long that it’s difficult at times to recall there was a time when successful films crafted from superhero comics weren’t a thing. The unlikely success … Read More

Jóhann Jóhannsson 1969 – 2018
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The talents of Icelandic musician and composer Jóhann Jóhannsson revealed a unique ability to adapt and change. His familiarity with classical arrangement, as well as with electronic music, was matched by the rapid speed in which he mastered the art … Read More

FIFI RONG – Awake
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The sultry charms of Fifi Rong awaken once again… Having surprised listeners with the dynamic electropop of ‘The Same Road’ in 2017 (see our sister site The Electricity Club’s review), Fifi Rong launches her latest EP Awake with a strong … Read More

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