Author: Jake Cleland

Carly Rae Jepsen, ‘Dedicated’ review

No record has been so consistently present over the past half decade as Carly Rae Jepsen’s EMOTION. Despite commercial success that pales in comparison to the Swifts/Grandes/Biebers of the world, CRJ’s love letter to heartbreak...

Charly Bliss, ‘Young Enough’ review

The bratty pop-punk of Charly Bliss’s debut made them instant darlings, but Young Enough sounds a little more grown up. Still backboned by lashes of fuzz and hyperkinetic drums from the first second, Young Enough is both more...

Who are BTS, and why should you care?

If you were nostalgic for the synchronised dancing and curated personas of ’90s boy band pop, you’ve probably been watching South Korea pretty closely for the past few years. Over the past decade, South Korea has produced...

Marina, ‘Love + Fear’ review

Shaped by a concept Marina Diamandis found while studying psychology, Love + Fear burrows past the pompous glamour of her previous records to get to the heart. Love + Fear is a double album, but the sides aren’t clear cut. The...

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