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KYLIE MINOGUE: KISS ME ONCE: A TRACK-BY-TRACK REVIEW

Kiss Me Once is Kylie Minogue’s twelfth studio album. It’s her first album since she parted ways with her long-term manager Terry Blamey and signed a management deal with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation imprint. Considering that the album has over 20 writers and at least a half dozen producers, it’s amazing that it sounds...
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#albumoftheday REVIEW: DAVIDGE: SLO LIGHT

If you like trip-hop and/or electronic music in general then chances are you’ve already heard the music of Davidge (full name: Neil Davidge), being that he has collaborated with none other than trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack for well over a decade now.  Working closely with Massive Attack’s Robert Del Naja (3D) in both...
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#albumoftheday REVIEW: BROKEN BELLS: AFTER THE DISCO

When Brian Burton, otherwise known as Danger Mouse, and James Mercer, the vocalist of The Shins, first joined forces as Broken Bells in 2010, nobody quite knew what to expect. But plenty of people were curious, hence their self-titled debut popping up in the Billboard Top 10 the week of its release. At...
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FEATURE REVIEW: MIKA: SONGBOOK, VOL. 1

Normally, I find “greatest hits” and “best of” or “essential” compilations to be useless.  If someone asks me about an artist, I’m going to tell them to check out whatever album by that artist that I either like most or that I think they would like most.  And when I tell people to...
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