Panic! At the Disco – “Death of a Bachelor” Review

Frank Sinatra lives on in Panic! At The Disco’s fifth studio album, Death of a Bachelor which was released on January 15. In an interview with Upset Magazine, lead singer Brendon Urie confirmed that DOAB is most like the band’s first album, A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out and he went on to describe it as “baroque pop”. The album combines everything Panic! have done for over a decade with a new touch of jazz.”

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Hoodie Allen – “Happy Camper” Review

“New York rapper Hoodie Allen started the new year off right when he released his new mixtape, Happy Camper. After over a year of waiting since his last release, his fans were rewarded with the brand new material on January 22, 2016.”

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