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Here's what The Music's writers rated in 2020…
"It’s nice to have a hug from a friendly bearded bloke in a beanie delivering his brand of local cinematically-scaled busking when we need it most."
"The Pet Shop Boys [are] in a pretty fabulous spot as they enter their fifth decade."
"Fans of Air’s genre-defining 1998 debut 'Moon Safari' will coo in delight..."
Here's what The Music's writers rated in 2019…
"[S]ix discs that don’t feel overwhelming or indulgent."
Tones & I’s record-breaking streak on the ARIA Singles chart with 'Dance Monkey' is just the tip of the iceberg. The song has now hit the top spot in 23 countries, including the UK where it takes pole position as the first track on the 104th volume of the 'Now That’s What I Call Music' series. We take a look at some of the Aussie influences on the series and the top five best and worst 'Now' album covers.
"Joseph Mount punches the air defiantly against the dullness of ageing."
"Where is the poppish wit and playfulness spotlighted on early singles 'Burn In Hell' and 'One Robot'?"
"The takeaway emotions from the night all depended on which side of the familial fence you sit on with Hooky and New Order."