JoJo Busts Loose on New Mixtape, ‘Agápē’

In the immortal words of Lil' Kim and Christina Aguilera: Never can, never will, can't hold us down. Not one to be muzzled by her all-but-defunct, ultra shady record label Blackground Records and their...
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Sky Ferreira, ‘Ghost EP’ (Album Review)

In 2011, Sky Ferreira released the As If EP, a bouncy collection of playful electro-pop anthems, sarcastic kiss-off tracks and gorgeous Swede-pop production by the likes of pop's most trusted players,...
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Jessie Ware: Devotion (Album Review)

While Adele continues to conquer the world with her record-breaking 21, an honest collection of bluesy, rollicking odes to heartbreak and sorrow (which is still the best-selling record of 2012, despite...
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Cheryl: A Million Lights (Album Review)

How do you think Cheryl feels when you call her name? Well, for one thing: She'd like you to get it right. To the bemusement of most media outlets (and the annoyance of OCD iTunes organizers...
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Florrie: Late (EP Review)

Better late than never, right? Way better, actually. After nine months of recording in between studios in the UK and the US, singer/songwriter/drummer/guitarist/model/pop extraordinaire Florrie has at...
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Morgan Page: In The Air (Album Review)

Music, as a wise woman once declared, makes the people come together. As with his 2010 studio album Believe, Progressive House DJ/producer Morgan Page's third effort In The Air relies on vocal...
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Madonna – ‘MDNA’ (Album Review)

MDNA is one of Madonna's greatest albums in years: It's sonic euphoria, chock full of dramatics, attitude and surging dance-pop productions that only grow better with each replay. It's infectious and propulsive. One might even call as addictive as MDMA. (And that's okay!)