St. Vincent – MASSEDUCTION

St. Vincent’s fifth studio album, her second since attracting widespread critical attention with her self-titled 2014 effort, is yet another quirky and ambient rock-influenced pop album with a heaping degree of sardonic social commentary to go along with it. MASSEDUCTION is futuristic and funny, as St. Vincent thrives in the genreless chaos but always maintains … Continue reading St. Vincent – MASSEDUCTION

Kelela – Take Me Apart

R&B singer Kelela’s debut album, released 2 years after the critically acclaimed Hallucinogen EP, scales back her sound into the moody and avant-garde scene of alt-R&B to offer up a truly haunting and innovative sound. Said to be heavily influenced by Bjork, Kelela’s vocals are frequently backed up by glitchy electronic beats, using her characteristically … Continue reading Kelela – Take Me Apart

Miley Cyrus – Younger Now

Miley Cyrus' sixth studio album is a return to her roots, abandoning the ridiculous persona that coloured her previous two albums and somewhat problematically distancing herself from the hip-hop genre as a whole, saying the materialism associated with it doesn't represent her anymore. Younger Now reverts back to some country-tinged, mostly acoustic pop music, Cyrus' voice still … Continue reading Miley Cyrus – Younger Now

Demi Lovato – Tell Me You Love Me

Demi Lovato's sixth studio album sees the singer return to her strengths and take a new direction of creativity. After breaking free from the Disney machine and hitting her peak with 2011's Unbroken, DEMI and Confident saw her music veer towards generic electropop and she struggled with substance abuse. Lovato was already starting to win be back by one again … Continue reading Demi Lovato – Tell Me You Love Me