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Album Review: Charli XCX’s ‘Sucker’

 

 

It’s here, suckers!

 

Charli XCX released her killer sophomore effort, Sucker, today and I think at this point it’s safe to say that this…


Album Review: PVRIS’ ‘White Noise’

 

 

It just so happens that I picked the coldest night of the season to listen to PVRIS’ stunning debut, White Noise. It’s pretty fitting atmosphere, considering this is 2014’s most chilling…


Haerts Delight with Their Self-Titled Debut

I have never been more proud to live in Brooklyn than I do right now. We have some of the best breakout bands making their…



Album Review: Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’

 

 

Every two years, Taylor Swift graces us with a brand new album, and her newly released pop masterpiece, 1989, is a tour de…


Album Review: LIGHTS’ ‘Little Machines’

 

 

Our favorite gnarly synth-tickler, LIGHTS, released her third studio album, Little Machines, today to an overwhelming response from eager fans and admirers alike…


Album Review: SOS Capture Youth in Decline on Self-Titled Debut

Portland, OR duo, SOS (Shadows on Stars), comprised of Randa Leigh and Brian Vincent, are embarking on the creative journey of a lifetime…



Reviewed: Banks ‘Goddess’

Pop/R&B songstress, Banks, has that chills-down-your-spine-factor, and she definitely brings it on hardcore on her highly-anticipated debut, Goddess.

With bewitching bass lines and sweet…


Reviewed: In The Valley Below’s ‘The Belt’

Artist of the Month, In The Valley Below, have finally unleashed their hypnotizing debut, The Belt, on America. After releasing several…


Pretty In Synth: Magic Man’s ‘Before The Waves’ Is a New Wave of 80’s Nostalgia

Buzznet’s Artist Of The Month for July, Magic Man, released their debut album, Before The Waves, today and BTW, it’s even better than…



5 Reasons To Love Lana Del Rey’s ‘Ultraviolence’


Lana Del Rey delivered her new studio album, Ultraviolence, this week to mixed reviews, which was pretty much expected. Say what you…


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