REVIEW // Allday – Speeding

When did Allday get so dark? Allday to Allnight. Sometimes you get tired of hearing New York rappers endlessly lamenting Brooklyn and the Empire State and West Coast rappers boasting about how great California is. Sometimes you want to hear something a little closer to home. Enter Allday: NorthRead More

REVIEW // Fazerdaze – Morningside

Her story section on Facebook, “Girl in bedroom on guitar”, implies that Fazderdaze is nothing game changing. But this 24-year old solo artist has delivered an album that sounds like it could be from a fitted-out four-piece act. It doesn’t help that Amelia Murray’s chosen artist name of Fazerdaze sounds moreRead More

REVIEW // Cashmere Cat – 9

Falling from such great heights. Does a (cashmere) cat always land on its feet? Following some heavy-hitting collaborations like ‘Trust Nobody’ with Selena Gomez and singles with Ariana Grande, it seemed that Magnus August Høiberg was moving in the direction Diplo took Major Lazer: from grimey clubs to out-and-outRead More

REVIEW // Meg Mac – Low Blows

Meg Mac’s powerful pipes are back with ‘Low Blows’, the first single from her eponymous debut album. The first time I heard Meg Mac perform, I remember standing there, mouth agape. The strength in her voice was palpable, but it also felt deeply intimate and raw. I’m not usuallyRead More