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Saturday, May 26, 2012

Timebomb - Kylie

The princess of Australian pop music is back with the hottest track she has done in years!

The song is called Timebomb and is in celebration of Kylie's 25 years in music, the song absolutely slays and unlike the pop sonority that was "Aphrodite" this song actually packs a punch and stands out in the music world today. Kylie has clearly taken a leaf from Britney and JLO and done the dance music thing and it suits her perfectly.

Check out the hot song and video below! Let us hope this is the kind of music Kylie can deliver on her next album!

Goin In - Jennifer Lopez feat. Flo Ride

Jennifer Lopez has been recording a lot of songs lately and this hot mess of a track is from the latest Step Up movie. Joined by Flo Rida I have no idea who would think this song was a good idea and the vocals are beyond horrible.

Remember when JLO would record rnb/pop songs with REAL rappers like Ja Rule, Nas, Ll Cool J and Fabulous? I'm Real anyone? Feelin So Good please! These songs made an impact and delivered some sort of appeal unlike this crap she is churning out now.

Check out the floptastic song below

Guardian - Alanis Morissette

Its actually really hard to find the words to describe this song.
It wasn’t overly a band song, yet for some reason I wasn’t a fan of it.
I feel the problem is that it played it safe; it wasn’t that much of a stretch from anything she has done before as an artist that has been played over and over on the radio and if I didn’t know it was a new song it could have easily been mistaken as one of those older songs.
That being said vocally Alanis has given us yet another faultless performance, her voice is always beautiful and while some progression in her music would be nice, her voice is one thing that should never change.
Musically though, the track felt boring. It was a standard slow track from any female artist that had no drawing power or twists to make it a stand out track on the airwaves.
This was an ok song from an artist I hoped for more from and seems a better fit as an album filler song than a single. It isn’t bad, but it’s nothing new and while it will keep fans happy, it will not be winning over any new ones.

Review by Ben Hermon 

Monday, May 21, 2012

Pitbull Tour

Dainty Group announced today that No. 1 selling artist PITBULL will be touring Australia on his International Planet Pit Tour this August.  The tour will have crowds partying with Mr Worldwide in arenas in Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney.

Adding to the avalanche of hits at these shows will be international special guest TAIO CRUZ.   This unbelievable line-up will also feature Havana Brown and Timomatic, creating a pop dance explosion!


Pitbull has collaborated with some of the biggest names in the business, achieving back to back hits with tracks such as ‘On the Floor’ with Jennifer Lopez, ‘I like It’ with Enrique Iglesias and ‘DJ got us fallin’ in love’ with Usher. You cannot turn on the radio without hearing a track featuring Pitbull! The list of superstar collaborations is endless and has cemented Pitbull as one of the most sought after artists on the planet who has also now created a spectacular live show!

Pitbull’s current album Planet Pit is his sixth studio album and features pop music luminaries such as Marc Anthony, Jamie Foxx, Chris Brown as well as star-studded producers Dr. Luke, Max Martin and David Guetta The album’s knockout single ‘Give Me Everything’ featuring Ne-Yo, Nayer and Afrojack reached #2 on the official Aria charts and sold 6-times platinum in Australia.  The follow up singles ‘Rain Over Me’ featuring Marc Anthony and ‘International Love’ featuring Chris Brown both achieved sales of 2-times platinum!

Award winning song writer and producer Taio Cruz will have the audience in a spin with his massive No 1 hits ‘Break your Heart’ and ‘Dynamite’.  The superstar Brit has sold more than 16 million singles globally!  He is also the first and only British male solo artist to have two consecutive No. 1 singles on the U.S. Billboard singles chart.  This phenomenal success has seen him working with artists such as Leona Lewis, Kylie Minogue, Britney Spears, Brandy, Flo Rida, Usher, Ludacris, and Ke$ha.  Taio Cruz’s current album TY.O features the recent chart hits ‘Hangover’ and ‘Troublemaker’

Also joining the huge line-up is Havana Brown, who has now established herself as one of the hottest Australian exports of the decade.  Her impressive resume lists 2 gold selling mix CDs (Crave Vol. 5 and Crave Vol. 6), a triple Platinum selling single ‘We run the night’ and massive tour supports for Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Enrique Iglesias, The Pussycat Dolls, Rihanna and Chris Brown, to name just a few.  From the Grammy's After Party in LA to Paris Hilton's New Years Eve Party and the Singaporean F1 Rocks with Beyoncé and the Black Eyed Peas, DJ Havana Brown certainly lives up to her title of Australia's #1 female DJ!  Her new release, Crave – The Club Edition, is the latest instalment in the popular Crave series, which has sold over 200,000 albums to date.

Timomatic is certainly making his mark on the Australian music scene, having released 2 Top 10 singles ‘Set It Off’, achieving triple platinum sales, and ‘If Looks Could Kill’, currently at platinum status.  After performing as a grand finalist on Channel Seven’s 2011 series of Australia’s Got Talent, which was viewed by 2.8 million people, Timomatic has been in high demand, performing across the country and supporting international acts Flo Rida, Salt-N-Pepa, and Janet Jackson.  So he is in absolutely perfect form to get the party started at these shows!

Pitbull, Taio Cruz, Havana Brown and Timomatic are sure to deliver a night packed with hit music, dance and energy that will have the crowds buzzing for days!


Thursday 23rd August 2012
Burswood Dome

Saturday 25th August 2012
Adelaide Entertainment Centre

Monday 27th August 2012
Rod Laver Arena

Wednesday 29th August 2012
Brisbane Entertainment Centre

Saturday 1st September 2012
Allphones Arena

Friday, May 18, 2012

Let's Go - Calvin Harris featuring Ne-Yo

Calvin Harris keeps pumping out the hits from his Nothing But The Beat album. The latest features rnb crooner Ne-Yo. Check out the video below

Monday, May 14, 2012

Turn To You - Justin Bieber

Move over JT, JB is stepping on your toes and there is nothing you can do about it!
With his new song “turn to you” Justin is moving into more mature ground and showing the world his more than just a baby face that teen girls swoon over.
Lyrically this the song is a big step forward, instead of the normal “I love you” moments that felt too hard to believe that someone so young could ever understand , this songs about his mother who clearly struggled to raise him and it’s kind of thank you to her, which is a little cheesy but still sweet of him. 
Musically even bigger leaps forward have been taken, not only does his voice sound amazing now (thank god his stopped sounding like his 12), but the track is well written, powerful stuff.
It all comes together really nicely and makes you believe he means every word he is singing and actually moves you.
Now I know that this song will have a lot of attention from fans that want another song from Justin and will be ignored by a lot of his haters, but I think if his music continues down this almost Timberlake style sound we might see some change between fans and haters opinions.

Review by Ben Hermon 

Sunday, May 13, 2012

Waiting On You - Ultra Nate & Michelle Williams

Watch out Lady Gaga, put a lid on Madonna, the ultimate gay anthem for 2012 is here! Delivered by dance diva Ultra Nate and one third ex Destiny's Child member (and solo star in her own right!) Michelle Williams. The song is pure club trashiness and will have you dancing all night. The video is a little cheap but it fits the songs and showcases the two ladies perfectly. This song should be ripping up the clubs any day now! Check out the video below

I Don't Like You - Eva Simons

One of our favourites Eva Simons is back with a hot new song and video titled "I Don't Like You" the track is pure pop dance heaven and showcases why this diva should be at the top of the charts! The video is beautifully shot with Simons looking every bit the diva we imagine she is. Check out one of 2012's hottest songs below!

Serena Williams "raps"

Tennis star Serena Williams delivers the hottest of hot messes with an attempt at a "solo rap career" that's right folks...rap...check out the "winner" below with hot lyrics like "on the court I serve them up" and "I cook up this track like a frozen pizza" Let us hope this NEVER eventuates

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Glee covers Dinosaur by Ke$ha

We all love a good Glee song (or are getting tired of them?) whatever the case may be they are now delving into album tracks and obscure songs that are not only making the show more interesting but the soundtrack albums as well. This is possibly the oddest song choice for Glee but it works in every single way. Brittany S Pears covers the song and does a damn good job. Check out the song below

Big Hoops (The Bigger The Better) Nelly Furtado Video Review

What can I even say? I feel let down, I actually loved ‘I’m like a bird’ (just don’t tell anyone ok) and most of the stuff Nelly has released from then has been pretty good, I’ll give her the credit she deserves, she sure has come a long way.
Well that is until now.
The new release ‘big hoops (the bigger the better)’ is nothing to get excited about what so ever.
I’m not really sure that a song that is mostly about the earrings she is wearing and how the bigger they are the better is ever a good idea to begin with, but hey with the right vocals and music behind it, then it could work.
That didn’t happen here either though sadly, the vocals sound like Fran Drescher with a cold trying to rap over some drums and really for the most part that is all there is to the song, some synths do come in every so often, but isn’t used much, which I think was meant to make the focus Nelly’s voice(sadly).
Also can it be explained to me why this song goes into a weird trash pop bit out of nowhere at the very end? It really doesn’t seem to fit the rest of the song at all.

Review by Ben Hermon

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