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[REVIEW] TORO Y MOI - BOO BOO Toro y Moi (aka Chaz Bundick) takes you on a drive through dreamy landscapes of sound, stories of lost love and a search for connection, in his latest 80's inspired R&B pop-electronica project: Boo Boo. Boo Boo shows how much the Singer-songwriter-producer has grown sonically and lyrically. There's… Continue reading [REVIEW] Toro Y Moi – Boo Boo
Young Thug is truly one of the leading contemporary creative forces in Hip-Hop's wave/ evolution of trap-pop sub-genres. 'Beautiful Thugger Girls' isn't much of a stylistic advancement in terms of his start-stop flow and roaming, stream-of-conscious lyrics - preaching about his extravagant lifestyle. But there's a difference in tone that reinforces Young Thug's originality. Thugger… Continue reading [REVIEW] Young Thug – Beautiful Thugger Girls
Your favourite 90's divas TLC are back and in great shape after 15 years. It's been a long road for the trio of Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas and Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes who created smash hits Waterfalls, No Scrubs, Creep, and Unpretty. The full-length self-titled LP features a total of 17 tracks. Some… Continue reading [NEW MUSIC] No Scrubs – TLC is back
By Rhys Prka Hey Geronimo are an Australian five piece band from Brisbane and their debut album is ‘Crashing Into The Sun’, an interesting endeavour that shows a lot of promise. The band has been around for a while, dropping two EPs since 2012, but they have been quiet for a few years and it shows in… Continue reading Hey Geronimo – Crashing into the Sun Review
If you take a look at the photo from this year’s Listen Out Festival that accompanies this article, you’ll notice it’s one of Australian hip hop’s fastest rising stars – Tkay Maidza. Already coined as our own Azealia Banks (although I will argue she’s already surpassed that particular artist if not in talent, definitely in… Continue reading Festivals: Female Artist Phobic?
Toronto natives BADBADNOTGOOD (BBNG) have released their third studio album, III. Although this is the jazz/hip-hop trio’s third album, in many ways this is an album of firsts for the group. Unlike their previous releases that were littered in covers of artists as varied as James Blake to Gucci Mane, this album comprises completely of… Continue reading BADBADNOTGOOD, III
Listen up The idea intensified and has now morphed into more than just the ‘Radio and Sound Club’ that started it off; Radio Murdoch wants to be the voice of the student body and aims to do that by getting everyone involved. “All good things come with groups of like-minded people getting together,” says Brian, noting that the station is for all students, regardless of faculty.
Kallan Phillips is seemingly just like you and I. He’s a fourth year History and Security and Counter Terrorism student at Murdoch University who’s just doing his thing. What you might not guess as he walks by on campus is that in his spare time he likes to set up shop in his bedroom studio… Continue reading Music My Way
It’s almost as if British four-piece Glass Animals saw the gap in 2012 buzz band Alt-J’s album cycle and thought ‘now’s our time to strike’. And strike they have, with their debut LP, Zaba, filling the gap left by the aforementioned angular outfit as they work towards their new release while also dealing with the… Continue reading Glass Animals – Zaba