Tag: pop

[Review] Cavetown’s album ‘Sleepyhead’ overuses generic indie-pop elements

[Review] Cavetown’s album ‘Sleepyhead’ overuses generic indie-pop elements

On Friday, Mar. 27,  2020, England-based indie-pop singer Cavetown released his latest album, “Sleepyhead.” This is his first album published by Sire Records and it is a huge accomplishment for 21-year-old Robert Skinner. The album itself has a very similar sound to Cavetown’s previous work, but […]

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[Review] Singer Nova Miller releases ‘Do it to Myself’

18-year-old Swedish pop singer-songwriter, Nova Miller, recently released a new single “Do it to Myself.” The single recognizes toxic behavior while show-casing Nova’s retro-pop sound. She is determined to become an anti-emo disrupter in the pop world today. The music may be perceived as dark […]

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Review: “Speak Up” lets down listeners

Review: “Speak Up” lets down listeners

Boring. Dull. Plain. These are a few words that one could use to describe guitar-toting pop artist Jocelyn’s new single, “Speak up.” In this new single, Jocelyn attempts to write an inspiring pop ballad about self-confidence, and resilience through self-understanding when faced with adversity. Yet […]

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Review: Demi Lovato shows a softer side in “Tell Me You Love Me”

Review: Demi Lovato shows a softer side in “Tell Me You Love Me”

The evolution of Demi Lovato has certainly been a remarkable one. Beginning as a Disney star and developing through a series of hardships into a true pop star, Lovato is one of the few true vocal powerhouses of her time. Her last album, “Confident,” showcased […]

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Demi Lovato showcases confidence with fifth album

Demi Lovato showcases confidence with fifth album

Demi Lovato was born to sing: that much is clear. With the release of her new album, fittingly entitled Confident, the former Disney star emerges with the determined self-assurance and poise that Camp Rock’s Mitchie Torres, whom Lovato first portrayed back in 2008, initially lacked. […]

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“Revival” marks Selena Gomez’s transition into adulthood

“Revival” marks Selena Gomez’s transition into adulthood

Selena Gomez is no longer the wand-wielding teenager whose presence on Waverly Place constantly led to televised conflict. With the release of her fifth studio album, Revival, Gomez fortifies her departure from juvenile issues and her transcendence to adulthood. Released on October 9 through Interscope, […]

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