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Music Video Review: 'Juice & Gin' a Bizarre journey

Bizarre

BY KENNETH SELANDER

Bizarre adds a little bit of flavor with his expected antics, but in the end “Juice & Gin,” proves to be an average, lower-budget music video.

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New Pond album a fun, psychedelic ride

Universal Music Australia

BY MELINA GLUSAC

At points, the album is downright fun — Pond reminds us that this is a key ingredient in the often-too-chill genre of psychedelic rock.

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Folk the Police mixes hip hop with folk

BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY

Folk tributes to hip-hop certainly had me intrigued, and even a tad anxious. Could this keep me entertained for four whole hours? The answer: YES.

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Single Review: Rihanna and Kanye's 'FourFiveSeconds' is unplugged and elegant

Roc Nation

BY CHRISTIAN KENNEDY

The unplugged sound McCartney’s production brings to Rihanna and Kanye is smooth and enriched, allowing the singers to show what they can really do.

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Björk's avant-garde album 'Vulnicura' impressive and strange

One Little Indian

BY AMELIA ZAK

The album floats around the marriage of three musical elements: Björk’s specific throaty and moaning voice, a recurring string section, and the impossibly cool additions of revered electronic artists like Matthew Herbert and Haxan Cloak.

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Natalie Prass's debut is timeless country

BY CARLY SNIDER

Her debut album, Natalie Prass, is short but sweet, pulling from some of the best aspects of old-school country music – the slight twang of vocals and a no-nonsense lyrical style.

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Sam Smith bares his soul at Masonic Temple

Capitol Records

BY GIBSON JOHNS

In just over half a year, Smith had turned what had been a major flaw in his potential into a quality that has been instrumental to his success.

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