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Album Review: ‘Ultrablessed’ by Sponge Cola

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For a local mainstream band like Sponge Cola to be able to release four consecutive studio albums that were all commercially successful and which garnered back to back hits are not only highly impressive but also speak well of their lasting appeal. Those are the two reasons I have decided to do a proper album review of their fifth studio-release “Ultrablessed”.

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Indie Showcase: Autotelic

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It is high time the spotlight be focused also on our indie bands and acts. They form a deep well of diverse and amazing talents in the local scene. I will be showcasing once in a while an indie band or act that to my mind deserves a look and more attention. So below, let’s get to know Autotelic:

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My Top 3 songs of all time from the World Cup

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With excitement about the 2014 World Cup still at fever pitch, it is not only the memorable moments and heart-stopping surprises that are in store for football fans to take home who come from around the world. What lingers on also with them and for everyone else who hears it is the music which provides the “soundtrack” for the highlights of each game.

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Single Review: ‘Right Where You Belong’ by Julie Anne San Jose

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Singer-actress Julie Anne San Jose’s inclination towards music comes naturally because she had been learning to play various musical instruments since she was a young child. It has become so obvious to many that making music is indeed a passion of hers to the point she has earned the title “Asia’s Pop Sweetheart”. Now, with [...]

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Single Review: “Guilty All The Same” by Linkin Park

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The crunchy guitar riffs, the pulsing bass line, the frenetic pounding of the drums, and the primal screams let out by the vocalist–all these are the strong musical qualities heard loud and proud from Linkin Park’s newest single “Guilty All The Same”.

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