dvsn – Morning After Review

Toronto duo dvsn have realised their massive potential here, after their warm-up debut effort last year. When dvsn released their stimulating singles from their first album SEPT. 5TH in 2015, we heard a glimpse of the glossy and sexy R&B to follow. Vocalist Daniel Delaney and producer, Nineteen85, had created a delightful groove with electronic... Continue Reading →

Tomppabeats Review

An unknown artist, with well known songs. You can find his music floating around YouTube, with many big YouTubers using his music as the soundtracks and background music to their videos. Think of him as the Hans Zimmer of YouTube videos. The Finnish producer has amassed over 45,000 Soundcloud followers and has over 400,000 monthly... Continue Reading →

Corbin – ‘Mourn’ Review

Corbin Smidzik, previously known as Spooky Black has made a return after a lengthy two-year break with his new album. The Minnesota singer has worked with The Weeknd’s collaborator Doc McKinney, and producers Shlomo and D33J. He shows a profound maturity and an evolved gothic R&B production confronting dark issues surrounding a toxic relationship. The... Continue Reading →

BBC Amplify Review

Marking 10 years of BBC Introducing, Amplify became the first music convention of this size to take over the Excel, London with over 100 sessions and 250 guest speakers. It homed a variety of masterclasses, performances and Q&A’s making it valuable for all musicians and anyone willing to pursue a career in the music industry.... Continue Reading →

Kirin J. Callinan: LIVE REPORT

Who is the partially naked man dangling from the rafters at Hotxon Square Bar and Kitchen? That my friends is Kirin J Callinan. Relatively unknown to the wider music press besides reviews from The Guardian, The Fader and Needle drop. The Sydney based eccentric singer/songwriter’s latest album ‘Bravado’ feels tediously overlooked. It’s fusion of cheesy... Continue Reading →

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