Alan Walker & Ava Max – Alone, Pt. II (Review)

Alan Walker’s songs are laser-focused on young people who feel alienated. They see the world from their personal digital perspective that algorithms designed for them, and since their bubble is unique, they wonder why nobody understands them. Are You Lonely, Alone, Ghost, Faded and Lost Control talk about the feeling of being an outsider, and … Read more

Porter Robinson – Get Your Wish (Review)

I’ve been following Porter Robinson ever since Spotify’s brain-picking algorithms introduced him to my consciousness, back in 2015. I really enjoyed his debut album Worlds, and his work as Virtual Self. Porter’s music is very unique and recognizable. It’s artistic and it sometimes borders on cute, which is not too common in today’s poposphere. The … Read more

Scooter – Devil’s Symphony (Review)

Scooter is the ultimate pop music culture recycling machine. Pop music has always been about recycling, remixing and reshaping melodies and compositions that are already popular. Scooter takes this approach to the kind of heights that only a few artists can even imagine. They’re here to make you dance and forget about your gray office … Read more

Pet Shop Boys – Dreamland (feat. Years & Years) Review

I probably haven’t listened to any other band more than the Pet Shop Boys. Their music has it all – thought-provoking lyrics, detailed arrangements, cool synth sounds and beautiful melodies. Most of their discography is pure gold, with only a few exceptions. The Agenda EP, released earlier this year, sounded quite liberated and playful. I … Read more