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BROCKHAMPTON – iridescence Album Review

Like the infrared vision that is used everywhere in this album rollout, iridescence reveals the emotions bubbling within the best boyband since One Direction. Hip hop collectives come and go, from Wu-Tang to Odd Future, but none of them seem to have the staying power, modern-day relevancy and unbreakable bonds of camaraderie that BROCKHAMPTON does. After… Continue reading BROCKHAMPTON – iridescence Album Review

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Noname – Room 25 Album Review

"...She was the only earthly love of my life, yet I never knew, or ever learned, her name." - Adso of Melk, The Name of the Rose, 1986 Her name is Fatimah Nyeema Warner, much better known under her rap moniker Noname. One of the more prominent female rappers arising from obscurity, she made a name for… Continue reading Noname – Room 25 Album Review

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88Rising – Head in the Clouds Album Review

This summer, the temperature reads 88 degrees and rising...   Out of the many hip hop labels to burst onto the scene, none have pushed as hard as 88Rising, whose unique squad of young artistes have been a definite highlight in the past year; from the mellow melodic joji, to the low-pitched lyricist Rich Brian,… Continue reading 88Rising – Head in the Clouds Album Review

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FRENCH ANIMATION INTEREST RISES WITH ZOMBILLENIUM DEBUT

“We spent six years on [Zombillenium], we hope you enjoy it for 80 minutes,” Ducord.   By Craig Chen   Audience support for Zombillenium soared high on the first night of the French Animation Film Festival where it made its South East Asian debut. The French Animation Film Festival was hosted by Alliance Francaise Singapour,… Continue reading FRENCH ANIMATION INTEREST RISES WITH ZOMBILLENIUM DEBUT

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Jean Grae & Quelle Chris – Everything’s Fine Album Review

Everything's just... fine... Its a phrase we hear a lot nowadays; a catch-all for whether we actually feel that way or not, one of the most emotionally distant answers we can give for anything, a passive sign of denial surrounding current issues and problems that plague our world and society at large. And it's exactly… Continue reading Jean Grae & Quelle Chris – Everything’s Fine Album Review