If you like reggae, dub and space travel, then look no further

Personally, I just listen to Gentleman’s Dub Club to get my fix.   I don’t know what I like more about Gentleman’s Dub Club (GDC); the fact that they gave reggae an intergalactic feel in their new album, or that they demonstrate how music knows no limitations to ethnicity. Dub’s ethos of a friendly and welcoming genre shines through – it’s good, it’s pure and it’s definitely helping me forget about Brexit.   Latest album artwork for ‘Lost in Space’ Standout tracks like Walking Away and Stardust just make you dream of that summer lifestyle. Close your…

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Justin Bieber: Purpose album review

Many months later I’ve finally caved in to social convention and bought Justin Bieber’s new album, Purpose. I am not a fan of Bieber himself but he has made great leaps and bounds in his music in the year 2015. The album starts off with the song ”Mark My Words”. Not one I’d keep on repeat. For me, it’s not a great song opener, it’s repetition of the same lyrics and base line can be rather annoying after about a minute. Yes most modern day artists do this but this song is just not catchy enough to get away with…

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Album Review: Justin bieber – Purpose: The Movement

Is it just me or has the World gone crazy for Justin Bieber? Songs from his new album have swarmed the charts and it doesn’t seem like they’re leaving anytime soon. Purpose: The Movement is a step up for Bieber. Previous hits such as Baby and One Time faced much scrutiny from those who didn’t believe in the singer/songwriter’s talent. However, even Bieber’s biggest critics seem to have good things to say about this album. It all started with What do you mean?. Justin’s first release in a few years had a huge social media build up with the hashtag What do you…

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