REVIEW // Lana Del Rey – Lust for Life

Lana Del Rey has solidified her position as one of today’s most iconic artists, and right now, she’s got everything to smile about. Lust for Life marks the culmination of the past five years she’s spent on her brand of lugubrious dream pop. Ultraviolence had been something of a grower,READ MORE

REVIEW // EXO – The War

I had absolutely no idea who EXO were or what sort of record this would be. Turns out they’re a South Korean boy band. And…it’s not half bad. Seriously. Honestly, this seemed to be right direction to take in terms of maintaining my passion for reviewing music in general.READ MORE

RE-REVIEW // Lady Gaga – Alejandro

Alejandro, Alejandro. A name that has been permanently ruined for me ever since this song came out. While never receiving the dazzling critical acclaim of ‘Bad Romance’, it nevertheless remains one of her most underrated songs. We’re still doing these, right? Back in 2009, I wasn’t a fan ofREAD MORE

REVIEW // Jens Lekman – Life Will See You Now

The fourth full-length record by Swedish musician Jens Lekman is a pleasantly catchy collection of indie pop, drawing from a diverse range of influences and styles. With the current era of pop music taking on a predominantly electronic texture, it’s always a nice surprise when artists take a decidedlyREAD MORE

REVIEW // Tegan and Sara – Love You to Death

Canadian twins Tegan and Sara have continued their winning foray into the world of pop music, and the final product packs a dazzling, sugary punch. On the surface, it’s hard to say whether much has evolved since 2013’s Heartthrob, which signaled Tegan and Sara’s move towards bubblegum pop. But what Love You to Death does is furtherREAD MORE