Solo on The Wild Trapeze

By Roxanne Holmes If you are a listener of hard or alternative rock, you will no doubt have heard of, if not currently listen to Incubus, and if not, you have been seriously deprived. Incubus is a band from California and is by far my favourite ba…

Ordinary Jason, Extraordinary Album

By Simphathisiwe Sibeko We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things is the third studio album by Jason Mraz. Released in May of 2008, it has managed to remain thefavourite of many, even two years later. The album is written with reference to a piece of art…

LP disappoints on Thousand Suns

Photo: Linkin Park’s latest release, A Thousand Suns’s artwork. (linkinpark.com) By Benjamin Katz Holding A Thousand Suns in your hands reminds you what it is to be anxious. The latest release by Linkin Park has had fans spending their last 3 year…

The Element of Freedom

By Dilim Oranye On her fourth studio album, The element of freedom, Alicia Keys the twelve-time Grammy Award winner Pop/R&B diva sings about the implications of love, overcoming heartbreak as well as the strength to overcome the issues of insecuri…

Christina turns Bionic

By Karabo Ramalibana She is not so much a Genie in a Bottle anymore. From having a so-called over-sexual video of Dirrty in 2002, Christina has definitely changed from her rebellious, sexy and youthful pop sound to a more rich and authentic style …

Eyes Opened

Irish indie rockers, Snow Patrol was simply another group of musicians struggling to make it to the big time….but then they made this album. Eyes Open hit the shelves in 2006 and since then has been considered this band’s greatest work. The albu…