The Neighbourhood Hits Highs and Lows on ‘To Imagine’

With the Neighbourhood’s newest EP, To Imagine, the band has mostly stuck to the moody sound that was established on their first album I Love You, and further cemented with 2015’s Wiped Out! How this release differs from the EP before it comes in its movement toward a more electronic sound. The band has always leaned in this direction, but never before has it relied … Continue reading The Neighbourhood Hits Highs and Lows on ‘To Imagine’

Editor’s Picks: Albums of the Year 2017

2017 has finally come to a close, leaving us with some stellar albums, especially in pop. Judging from the music, it has been a year of reflection, recovery, and overcoming adversity. Many deal heavily in loss and moving forward, while others spark a bright future for new up-and-coming artists, such as Khalid. So without further ado, here are Michelle Guthrie’s (aka Enthuse‘s Music Editor) picks for … Continue reading Editor’s Picks: Albums of the Year 2017

Maroon 5 Bring Glossy Pop Production on ‘Red Pill Blues’

Maroon 5 continues their descent into full-fledged mainstream pop on their latest release, Red Pill Blues. Gone are the days of the adult-contemporary, soft rock band that once was, making way for the glossy, perfectly produced electro-pop group. Luckily for them, their transition to being one of the most played pop bands on Top 40 radio has been relatively seamless. Helmed by falsetto-aficionado Adam Levine, Maroon … Continue reading Maroon 5 Bring Glossy Pop Production on ‘Red Pill Blues’

P!NK Takes an Emotional Journey on ‘Beautiful Trauma’

P!NK has been a force in the pop music scene since her debut album, Can’t Take Me Home, was released in 2000. Her unique punk aesthetic and bold personality have made her a mainstay in the industry, and she has kept her relevance and popularity intact over the years by continuing to make solid pop music and staying true to her authentic self. Her 2012 … Continue reading P!NK Takes an Emotional Journey on ‘Beautiful Trauma’

Miley Cyrus Welcomes Change and Finds Her Roots on ‘Younger Now’

It’s been ten years since Miley Cyrus released Meet Miley Cyrus, her debut album that was included as the second disc alongside the Hannah Montana 2 soundtrack. Cyrus has progressed leaps and bounds since that record, which is evident from her newly released and self-written sixth album, Younger Now. It wasn’t the first time people had heard of Miley Cyrus when her debut release came … Continue reading Miley Cyrus Welcomes Change and Finds Her Roots on ‘Younger Now’