Brooke Candy has stuck to her artistic guns and her fans will thank her for it on debut album Sexorcism.
Charli XCX’s constant refusal to compromisemakes her the biggest star by far in her own beguiling universe.
John Preston finds that Lana Del Rey is a thoroughly accomplished musician and one of the most interesting, and resilient, artists that is currently making music.
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The Center Won’t Hold is a sharp, efficient and considered record which ends too soon.
Any Human Friend is a statement of Martika Hackman’s sexuality, and her delight in being sexual, and succeeds in being both uncompromising and accessible.
Miley Cyrus continues to be provocative on SHE IS COMING. Her grandstanding works because there are couple of very good songs here, but it’s Miley Cyrus herself that is consistently the main reason for its intrigue.
Despite early tracks being disappointing, Madonna’s Madame X is Madonna on top.
Carly Rae Jepson’s Dedicated sounds like an exercise in box ticking.
Within this over-long 16-track dual album, there is a six-track EP of clearly personal and wonderfully performed songs, that gets lost in the chaff.