Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – Both of Em

Danielle Bregoli, known as Bhad Bhabie is an American rapper and internet personality, who is no stranger to controversy, but today I want to talk about her ‘Both of Em’ which was released on January 4th 2018. I have reviewed the artist previously and you can check that out here, here, here and here. Keep … Continue reading Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – Both of Em

EP Review: Päter – SOLE

Päter is a musician based in Toronto that we’ve both reviewed and interviewed on Off the Record before and with their newest EP release, SOLE, of course we jumped at the chance to review them again. Dam, Damn Starting off with Dam, Damn - a song I‘ve reviewed on it’s own! It’s a great start … Continue reading EP Review: Päter – SOLE

Single Review: Jillian Francis – Won’t Be You

Jillian Francis is an indie/folk singer-songwriter who draws inspiration from the likes of Stevie Nicks, Bon Iver and Florence Welch. Today I will be reviewing their debut single ‘Won’t Be You’.  ‘Won’t Be You’ opens with a soft, acoustic guitar that resonates perfectly with Jillian’s harmonious and melodic voice. This one immediately gripped me, the … Continue reading Single Review: Jillian Francis – Won’t Be You

Single Review: Caleb Hyles – Believer (Imagine Dragons Cover) 

Caleb Hyles is a singer and YouTube personality from Montgomery, Alabama and you can check out my previous reviews of his music here, here and here. Today I am reviewing his cover of Believer by Imagine Dragons.  ‘Believer (Imagine Dragons Cover)’ is excellent, I actually heard this version before hearing the original somehow and that … Continue reading Single Review: Caleb Hyles – Believer (Imagine Dragons Cover) 

Single Review: Meg Lawrenson – Use My Body

'Use My Body' is the latest single from Meg Lawrenson. She is taking the pop scene by storm, and it is clear to see why.  She has a pop edge which makes her stand out. She does not boast the cheesy pop which we hear all too often these days, and that is what makes … Continue reading Single Review: Meg Lawrenson – Use My Body

Single Review: Complex – Where We Came From

Complex is the UK hip hop gem which is sending shockwaves across the scene. He is bright, charismatic and inspires with each release. His latest track 'Where We Came From' is a covenant to his character. He speaks clearly about his past, and it makes for an honest listen. His emotion is dripping all over … Continue reading Single Review: Complex – Where We Came From

Single Review: Zach Brandon – Tell Everybody I Don’t

Zach Brandon is a singer/songwriter from Los Angeles and usually I don’t mention how I discover an artist, usually I either come across them on social media or they/a representative submit their music directly to me but I actually came across Zach’s latest track via the Animal Crossing Turnip Exchange and I liked that approach … Continue reading Single Review: Zach Brandon – Tell Everybody I Don’t

Single Review: Laufey – Someone New

Laufey is a singer/songwriter and cellist and this isn’t the first time I’ve reviewed their music, you can check that out here. Today however I will be reviewing their second single ‘Someone New’. ‘Someone New’ opens with an acoustic guitar, and you can hear the subtle hissing that reminds me of old movies, intentional or … Continue reading Single Review: Laufey – Someone New

Album Review: Lili Kendall – love, herself.

Lili Kendall is a singer/songwriter and today I will be reviewing their album which was released on 22/04/2020. ‘all through the night’ builds slowly, with a rising, resonating pulse that merges seamlessly onto Lili Kendall’s phenomenal voice, and since this was my first experience with the artist and the first song on the album I … Continue reading Album Review: Lili Kendall – love, herself.

Single Review: Päter – Dam, Damn

While there’s a lot of varying content on TikTok - including incredible scripted series, fantastic cosplays and just plain wholesome laughs - it’s not the place I would first think of for new music recommendations, and yet... On my For You page, sandwiched between a DnD shitpost and an Animal Crossing Cosplayer I found Päter’s … Continue reading Single Review: Päter – Dam, Damn

Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty)

I’ve talked about Danielle Bregoli also known as Bhad Bhabie before, and I urge you to check out my previous reviews here, here and here where I discuss some of her non-album singles. Speaking of which if you guys would like to hear my thoughts on her album ‘15’ then feel free to comment and … Continue reading Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – Mama Don’t Worry (Still Ain’t Dirty)

Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – I Got It

So if you are unfamiliar with Danielle Bregoli also known as Bhad Bhabie, she is a rapper and internet personality from Florida, who first came to the public eye after an appearance on Dr. Phil. She was able to build on that fame, and in 2017 became the youngest female rapper to appear on the … Continue reading Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – I Got It

Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – Whachu Know

I wrote a longer introduction in a previous review of Bhad Bhabie’s music, and you can check that out here, but for those of you unfamiliar with the artist, Bhabie, or Danielle Bregoli as she is also known is an American internet personality and rapper. Today I’ll be reviewing her single ‘Whachu Know’ which was … Continue reading Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – Whachu Know

Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – These Heaux

Danielle Bregoli, better known as Bhad Bhabie is an American internet personality and rapper from Boynton Beach, Florida. She first became popular due to a viral video meme featuring her catchphrase “Cash Me Ousside, Howbow Dah” which itself became noted due to Bregoli’s appearance on an episode of Dr. Phil in September 2016. Since then … Continue reading Single Review: Bhad Bhabie – These Heaux

Album Review: Tom Misch – Geography

South-London Jazz songwriter Tom Misch’s debut album, Geography is a remarkable success. Starting out at 16 as a bedroom producer Tom began by self- releasing EP’s through SoundCloud and Bandcamp in 2011. His eclectic musical repertoire and largely self-produced music proves popular with the young crowds, making him one of the UK’s top independent producers … Continue reading Album Review: Tom Misch – Geography