Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (Review)

The original Marshall Mathers LP is easily my favourite Eminem release, and one of my favourite albums of the early 21st century. Naming his eighth studio album after his third and most critically acclaimed one may seem a bold move but ‘The Marshall Mathers LP 2’ is a solid continuation of his best release, 13… Read More Eminem – The Marshall Mathers LP 2 (Review)

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Perma – Two Of A Crime (Album Review)

Couples releasing music together can go one of two ways, often being either incredibly cheesy and overbearing or adorable and endearing. When Perma (husband and wife duo Max Bemis and Sherri DuPree Bemis) released ‘Knockout’ earlier this year it was definitely the latter, and thankfully their debut album follows suit.  I’ve been a fan of… Read More Perma – Two Of A Crime (Album Review)

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Jonny Craig – Find What You Love and Let It Kill You (Review)

It’s no secret that Jonny Craig has an exceptional voice, and when he really hits his stride he’s capable of making truly beautiful and moving music. As with all past releases his voice is the main appeal, and it really is incredible. It’s just a shame the songs here are a little repetitive and don’t… Read More Jonny Craig – Find What You Love and Let It Kill You (Review)

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Panic At The Disco – Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! (Review)

Very few bands have undergone the musical changes that Panic at the Disco have over the years and even less make it through retaining their former class. The American now-double act had just about managed it, until now. From the pop punk hallmark that was ‘A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out’, to ‘Pretty. Odd.’ (probably… Read More Panic At The Disco – Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! (Review)

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