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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Shut Up & Kiss Me - Reese Mastin

Shut up, until you find a better song writer!

Reece Mastin has a good voice; don’t think anyone here is going to argue that point. He can hit the
high notes and his voice isn’t whining and annoying and he deserves to have nothing but praise for
his voice.
But this song just kind of sounds too much like Shannon Noll’s new one for the most part, right
down to the echoing vocals throughout the verses and the same rock guitar parts.
So it seems that when it comes to writing a song in different style the Potbelleez (who co-wrote
the song) have just listened for other songs that worked and taken a few ideas from there and just
added a few little electronic samples here and there.
I think we could expect great things from Reece, but they are yet to happen. When they do though
look out, because a guy with such a powerful voice could just take over our airwave, he just needs a
better team of writers behind him or maybe just write everything himself, until that happens though
maybe he should just stop with the B grade stuff and wait till his mastered it.

Check out the song below

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Jacob Butler takes it home

Jacob Butler takes it back to Mt Gambier where he grew up to talk to some local school students about music and the industry. Butler had a phenomenal year in 2011 releasing several singles one of our favourites being UKOK. 

Check out the video below!

Big Hoops (The Bigger The Better) - Nelly Furtado

It has been a while since Nelly Furtado had a hit and finally after years of speculation and an album in portugese she has collaborated with Rodney Darkchild Jerkins and come up with one of the freshest tracks we have heard in a long time! Unwilling to submit to the dub step/dance trend at the moment Nelly does what she does best rnb with some pop flavour and owns it completely. The song is a little off at first but then completely invites you in and will have you hooked! Congrats Nelly you are back!

Friday, April 6, 2012

Jennifer Lopez is trying to recreate her success in 2011 with the Pitbull assisted "On The Floor" so she is back with the some producer and rapper for "Dance Again" Honestly I am not feeling this one at all, it may grow on me like "Floor" did but trying to recreate the success of that after the flop that was Love? is probably not a good idea. Check out the video below

VIDEO : Blood For Poppies - Garbage

There are way too many jokes to be made about a band that calls themself Garbage, but Shirley
Manson and the gang yet again prove that their name is the only thing garbage about their music.

To be honest with you nothing but perfection is all that can be expected from this band, with three
out of four of the members of the band are well known producers, so you know that these guys
know how to form a hit song.

The best part is that they do it without being boring, the verses are interesting and will have music
fans really thinking, while the chorus remains catchy to the point it will be stuck in your head for
days and have everyone singing along.

The film clip on the other hand was a little bit of a letdown, for a band with three old producers and
one good looking girl, it is very hard to work out why they choose to put the main focus on the old
men and only very rarely show shots of Shirley.

All in all though this is a great song and it is great to see these guys back making fantastic music.

Review by Ben Hermon

Monday, April 2, 2012

Rihanna readies her new single for the clubs

This song is sure to hit dance floors in all the clubs from the word go.
That isn’t to say that is a good thing, but it is what is going to happen.
Coming in at just of 4 minutes the song still manages to drag out and you really feel like this should have stayed hidden at the back of the record.
Long drawn out sections of instrumental dance breaks and over use of the same lyrics make it seem like the same 2 minute song on repeat.
Not to mention the fact that lyrics have been stolen from the great Johnny Cash and used so badly that fan’s of the Cash will be mighty angry, at least last time she used lyrics from a big name song she did it well.
It’s saving grace is, as said before, its dance floor gold and everyone people everywhere (man) will be spilling their drinks to it in no time. 

Review by Ben Hermon

Ricki Lee loses her pants

Did someone put out a call for a new Beyonce? Well if they did our Australian idol girl Ricki-lee has answered that call.
The booty is shaking, the pants long forgotten and the beat is perfect for her to move to.
The problem is that everything about this song is Beyonce, right down to the sound of Ricki’s voice, if you didn’t see the clip alone with the song you would be forgiven for thinking that it was in fact Beyonce.
If you are feeling something to dance along to and just have a good is what is missing from your music collection, then this is the track for you and boys make sure you get your misses to get the film clip as well because, and trust me on this, you will not be sorry.

Review by Ben Hermon

REVIEW Roman Reloaded - Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj is back with the much anticipated follow up to the wildly successful debut Pink Friday titled Pink Friday : Roman Reloaded. This time around Minaj has settled into her Roman alter ego and produces a rap/pop/dubstep infused album that has a little something for everyone in it. Minaj has successfully infused all these elements and created a GaGa-esque album that serves as an outstanding follow up to a stellar debut.

Roman Reloaded has been harshly looked upon by critics saying that the album is "confusing" and that Minaj does not know which audience she wants to direct her music to. I found this the complete opposite, Minaj knows she has loads of gay fans who love the dub step electro pop craze and she also has fans that are in the hood and love the hardcore rap. Minaj has catered to both and in some cases blended the two together seamlessly creating a new and fresh sound.

1) Roman Holiday - This is one of the oddest tracks on the album and possibly one of the oddest songs I have ever heard. It is very "Sound Of Music" inspired while Minaj raps over classical tunes and a hip hop beat the whole song actually works extremely well and after you deal with the oddness it is actually a great track.

2) Come On A Cone - I found this song very hard to review with an echoing chorus that goes "Dick in your face, put my dick in your face" repeatedly, after I got over my initial giggle fest the track actually does Minaj amazing justice in the rap genre a phat and bassey beat pump this song through with some amazingly warped vocals

3) I Am Your Leader featuring Cam'Ron & Rick Ross - Keeping the rap genre moving along is this track featuring Rick Ross and kind of quiet rapper Cam'ron. This song is extremely anthemic re-enforcing Minaj's current reign in the hip-hop game

4) Beez In The Trap feat 2 Chainz - Taking us back to the old school hip hop days this scaled back hip hop track is very reminiscent of early Missy Elliot and is a definite nod to her style and the way she can strip back all of the electro noise and still rap a perfect song.

5) HOV Lane - This is one of my favourite songs on the album featuring thumping electro pop instrumentation and that classic Minaj rap stands out as one of the finest songs of the album

6) Roman Reloaded featuring Lil Wayne - Lil Wayne joins Nicki and surprisingly their voices and raps blend together perfectly on this very urban track.

7) Champion feat Nas, Drake & Young Jeezy - Another anatomic song for the album this time joined by some amazing rappers who complement this song

8) Right By My Side featuring Chris Brown - this collaboration I was very unsure about and I am happy to say that their voices blend beautifully together and the soul and coolness of this track suits both artists perfectly

9) Sex In The Lounge featuring Lil Wayne & Bobby V - Another cruisy track that benefits from Lil Wayne and Bobby V rapping while Minaj lends her singing to this mid tempo track

10) Starships - the chart topping electro pop madness is the start of the shift in the album from urban to electro pop

11) Pound The Alarm - all credit to Minaj when she does something she goes the whole hog and goes hard! This song HAS to be a single it pumps hard and will do well in the clubs and cars! Best song on the album

12) Whip It - another electro pop gem this one should also see the single treatment

13) Automatic - this sounds like a sequel to "Turn Me On" and is every bit as infections and delicious as the David Guetta track

14) Beautiful Sinner - obviously taking a page out of Madonna's book and writing a song about being a sinner

15) Marilyn Monroe - written by the talented Aussie pop star Leah Haywood (who also sings background vocals) this beautiful mid tempo ballad is a shining example of Minaj's vocal ability

16) Young Forever - This is probably my least favourite song on the album it is a bit blah, feels out of place with its mid tempo mood and is kind of a come down after an incredible high of Monroe

17) Fire Burns - moving the album back into urban mode this is a mid tempo rap song which also features beautiful Minaj melody

18) Gun Shot feat. Beenie Man - another mid tempo ballad featuring a reggae twist this song, another example that Minaj knows exactly who to collaborate with

19) Stupid Hoe - probably the song that took the longest to grow on me, it can seem a little silly and flippant but the beat is hot and shows the craziness of Minaj that we love so much.

Overall this album is miles ahead of its time much like its predecessor. I found myself going back to this album again and again devouring each song in a new and fresh way every time I heard it. This is a solid instalment and shows that Minaj knows her audience and will cater to them. This is THE album of 2012!

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Madonna hits #1 AGAIN and makes a new world record

Madonna has done it again! She has scored her 12th consecutive number #1 album smashing all previous records held for number 1 albums! Congratulations to Madonna, regardless of what you thing about MDNA or rival Lady GaGa this achievement definitely cements Madonna as the QUEEN of pop music.

Dance Again - JLO & Pitbull

Jennifer Lopez is wasting no time on following up her flop-tastic album Love? with a new single with old time collaborator Pitbull and old time producer Red One. There seems to be no stopping Miss Lopez as she so aptly names her song Dance Again. This can be interpreted as Recycling the same old 'ish again. The track is infectious, nothing groundbreaking here, check it out below

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