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'Soft Spoken' singer talks about why he prefers busking to performing at gigs and how being on the autistic spectrum helps him with his music.
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While some were doubtful when he left indie label Greytone, an international concert date, a debut album and a hit single prove he is on the rise.
Influenced by 60s psychedelic rock and 70s Motown sounds, the record is a narrative of overcoming personal trauma.
The 23-year-old singer-songwriter talks about the healing powers of creativity and being yourself in interview with 'Young Post'.
The self-proclaimed 'greatest human artist of all time' raps about God and Christianity in latest release, but songs don't live up to his title.
Following the Billboard success of their EP, the boys return with an exciting, joyful debut that will thrill fans of the genre.
The record feels a bit predictable, but shows that she's still going strong after 'Australian Idol'.
After their win at the Asia-Pacific Youth Band Sound Competition, the group speaks about the importance of music and the thrill of achieving something as a team.
While there are some stand out tracks, most of the songs feel like leftovers from previous sessions.
DaBoz uses urban dance as a form of expression and wants people in the city to adopt its carefree attitude
The duo's attempt to mix different styles and instruments - like reggaeton and accordions - falls flat

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