Who wins the head to head between Keith Urban and Cole Swindle’s new albums?
Arguably, ‘Lemonade’ is the Queen’s fiercest album yet, and that is saying something after her risqué, sleek ‘Beyoncé’ from 2013.
Consider this to be a follow up of sorts to the Brent Faulkner Starpulse article, What Is Zayn Malik’s Ceiling As A Solo Artist?.
After two-months (and a week in March), we’ve had some ferocious new albums in 2016 as well as some that aren’t nearly as beastly. To help you sort out the brilliance from the BS, here’s a brief list of albums that are ON…FIRE that is and albums that are OFF…this needs no explanation.
Ah another Grammys has come to a close. Overall, the 58th Annual Grammys were pretty predictable without many questionable awards. That said the biggest quibble comes with the album of the year (AGAIN) with Taylor Swift winning her second AOTY with 1989. Wait a minute – hold up? Why is a big, popular album like…
Ahead of the Grammys we at Brent Music Reviews examine why each of the five Album of the Year nominees may or may not win come 58th Annual Grammys night on Monday, February 15, 2016.
With January 2016 expired, what albums stood out that can potentially make some noise on the legitimate end of the year list?
There are artists and albums that you really, REALLY want to like. The problem is, things just don’t end up tickling your fancy. It’s even more disappointing if there was hype behind the artist/project and then once it materializes, things just don’t quite work out. That’s the case with pop newcomer Charlie Puth. Charlie Puth…
As a music critic, one has to master the art of judgment, specifically which albums to review and which ones to pass on. In December 2015, something spoke to yours truly in regards to passing on a particular album. What was the album worthy of skipping – prejudging before judging it via review – Kid…
Hmm, what does one make of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – specifically Macklemore? The Internet went crazy when the rapper dropped free nine-minute track, “White Privilege II.”