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#songoftheday / REVIEW: EAVES: “TIMBER”


"Timber" is the latest track to be unleashed from Eaves' debut EP, As Old As The Grave, and if you like melancholic singer/songwriter fare then you're in for a real treat. From the first few stark piano notes, it's obvious that this is going to be a...
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#songoftheday / VIDEO: Kiesza – “No Enemiesz”


"If we could all fall in love together, we'd have no enemies," sings rising pop sensation Kiesza. And she does have a good point. Better still, she has a lovely, throbbing, monstrous pop song that bangs its way into your head while causing you euphoria in...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: STARS: NO ONE IS LOST

When Stars released Set Yourself on Fire ten years ago they were a rough around the edges indie rock band with flourishes of pop melodies thrown in for good measure. But ten years of making albums and growing up have changed them and transformed their sound in the process. Now they’re more of...
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VIDEO: GWEN STEFANI: “BABY DON’T LIE”


This song isn't bad, but it sounds more like a No Doubt song than a Gwen Stefani solo song. And we've actually liked her solo stuff more than No Doubt. So, we're hoping that her album sounds more unique. We need more songs like "What...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: LEONARD COHEN: POPULAR PROBLEMS

Co-written and produced by frequent Madonna collaborator Patrick Leonard, Leonard Cohen’s Popular Problems is easily the best album he’s released since his 2008 comeback after a 15 year absence. It’s only 9 songs long, clocking in at 36 minutes, but there’s not a bad one in the bunch. And, yes, I thought 2012’s...
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#songoftheday / VIDEO: OH LAND: “HEAD UP HIGH”


We've loved Oh Land since the first time we heard her very artsy debut album, Fauna. Her following album, which was self-titled, was even better, the songs catchier and more accessible. Now she's back with "Head Up High," the first single from her third album, entitled...
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VIDEO / REVIEW: COSBY: “HEARTRACER”


Imagine that The Killers were born a few decades earlier and were just starting out in 1985... We have a feeling that's what Cosby did when the band wrote this uppity, super synthy number. The self-produced group, which features two brothers with the last name Cosby,...
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