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Ultraviolence • Lana Del Rey

Released June 13, 2014
Ultraviolence is the sound of an artist being freed to fulfil her own creative desires. The sound is very different from what came before and also very much the same.

“Ultraviolence has just about secured Lana Del Rey’s status as An Artist to be Taken Seriously, irritating to many maybe but difficult to deny or avoid .”

Pure Heroine • Lorde

Released October 28, 2013
This album of seductive pop songs from 16 year old writer singer song-writer Lordes is brilliant.

“Exposure to almost everything is effortlessly achieved whether you are in control of what you are experiencing or not and kids now worry about feeling too old, to quote Lorde here, at the age of 16. Her worry is our worry. Her talent is that she knows how to create brilliant, massive pop songs.”

2012 Retrospective 3: Music

2012 Retrospective

The Editor looks back at the year 2012 in Polari and how it has explored the LGBT subculture. Part 3: Music.

Born to Die • Lana Del Rey

Released January 30, 2012

Lana Del Ray’s outstanding album blows the mind of Nick Smith.

Born To Die is a beguiling collection of stories played out in a diverse and striking vocal style with all the elements of David Lynch at his finest.