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Ed Sheeran – No.6 Collaborations Project: Album Review

On his new album, a collaborative effort with some of the most intriguing names in modern hip-hop and pop music, Ed Sheeran flops. Really, really hard. It sounds like he has held each of these featured artists at gun point and forced them to record a verse or hook for him. It’s a real shame because this could have been great; a daring crossover between Ed’s acoustic catchy pop flavours and the rich sounds of grime and rap. We were instead given a dumpster fire with next to no redeeming features. Yikes. Continue reading “Ed Sheeran – No.6 Collaborations Project: Album Review”

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Mark Ronson – Late Night Feelings: Album Review

Using an eclectic blend of powerful female guest vocals and shimmering disco production, Mark Ronson’s latest album is the ideal epitome of it’s title; fitting the crying in the club aesthetic it was designed for. Late Night Feelings is a pop heartbreak album for melancholy slow dancing, an unapologetic good time in the face of emotional adversity. Continue reading “Mark Ronson – Late Night Feelings: Album Review”