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Eliza Shaddad talks creative freedom, winning pageants and Australia tour dreams [Exclusive]

Eliza Shaddad talks creative freedom, winning pageants and Australia tour dreams [Exclusive]

Having released her epic new single Girls last month via Big Indie Records, alternative pop artist Eliza Shaddad is looking forward to working on the follow-up to her 2018 debut album Future. We spoke to...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 25th November 2019

What does Coldplay mean by 'environmentally beneficial' touring?

What does Coldplay mean by 'environmentally beneficial' touring?

With their new album set to hit this weekend and early reviews looking very positive, Coldplay fans will be likely disappointed to hear that the band will not be hitting the road to support it...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 21st November 2019

September Favourites: Sam Fender's debut, the return of Liam Gallagher and a stunning masterpiece from Charli XCX

September Favourites: Sam Fender's debut, the return of Liam Gallagher and a stunning masterpiece from Charli XCX

It's been a surprisingly excellent month for music with plenty of enjoyable albums to choose from. In fact, picking out our top seven has been far from an easy job. The theme of nostalgia is...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 30th September 2019

Album of the Week: The 25th anniversary of Veruca Salt's painfully underrated debut American Thighs

Album of the Week: The 25th anniversary of Veruca Salt's painfully underrated debut American Thighs

We celebrate the 25th anniversary of one of the coolest records from the 90s Chicago alternative rock scene, Veruca Salt's debut album American Thighs which was first released through Minty Fresh Records. It might not...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 27th September 2019

The Ultimate Autumn Playlist: Songs to get us in the Fall mood

The Ultimate Autumn Playlist: Songs to get us in the Fall mood

There's something special about Autumn; it's a time of year ripe with nostalgia, melancholy and dismal weather. But still, there's something comforting about getting your big coat out again and enjoying pumpkin spiced everything.Photo Credit:...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 13th September 2019

Album of the Week: The 15th anniversary of The Libertines' greatest work

Album of the Week: The 15th anniversary of The Libertines' greatest work

It's been 15 years since the release of one of the most iconic albums of the 2000s: The Libertines' self-titled second album and the record that landed them the number one spot in the UK...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 30th August 2019

August Favourites: Bon Iver, Slipknot and more end the summer on a high note

August Favourites: Bon Iver, Slipknot and more end the summer on a high note

It's been an epic month for all genres, with some of our favourite artists at the top of their game. We're ending the Summer with some absolute masterpieces, and the Fall is looking just as...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 30th August 2019

Album of the Week: Machine Head released debut Burn My Eyes 25 years ago

Album of the Week: Machine Head released debut Burn My Eyes 25 years ago

It doesn't feel like 25 years since Machine Head began, but that's when they unveiled their epic debut album Burn My Eyes via Roadrunner records; becoming the label's best-selling debut until Slipknot's self-titled album five...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 9th August 2019

Bubbatrees talk image vs. output, their love of Grimes and their first ever band [Exclusive]

Bubbatrees talk image vs. output, their love of Grimes and their first ever band [Exclusive]

We spoke to frontman Andy Gibb of Glaswegian experimental four-piece Bubbatrees as they prepare to take to the road on tour in the not too distant future. The group released an epic new single entitled...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 8th August 2019

Galileo's Fan open up about the importance of musical quality and their challenges so far [Exclusive]

Galileo's Fan open up about the importance of musical quality and their challenges so far [Exclusive]

With their new album release 'I Won't Be Found' coming this Autumn, Scottish siblings Galileo's Fan talk to us about their successes so far. Their next single 'Arranging Time' is set to be released this...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 8th August 2019

Bridges discuss what it's like to be a DIY band and their album plans [Exclusive]

Bridges discuss what it's like to be a DIY band and their album plans [Exclusive]

Currently doing the summer festival rounds, indie-rock five-piece Bridges are set to hit the road for a string of UK-wide dates in October and November. They're are hoping to release their debut album next year,...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 8th August 2019

Gallery 47 talks the importance of self-worth and his nostalgic love of controversial rockstars [Exclusive]

Gallery 47 talks the importance of self-worth and his nostalgic love of controversial rockstars [Exclusive]

This month we're excited to hear the debut album from alternative folk soloist Gallery 47 (aka Jack Peachey). Chaos Ensued is set to be released on 23rd August 2019 through Bad Production Records, but ahead...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 2nd August 2019

Upcoming releases: Taylor Swift, Sleater-Kinney and more albums to look forward to in August 2019

Upcoming releases: Taylor Swift, Sleater-Kinney and more albums to look forward to in August 2019

So far August is looking a lot better for music than July has been, and there really is a lot to look forward to whether you're a pop junkie or a die hard rocker. Taylor...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 2nd August 2019

July Favourites: Sum 41 and Purple Mountains are the saving grace of a poor month for music

July Favourites: Sum 41 and Purple Mountains are the saving grace of a poor month for music

Whenever we say "it's been a great month for music" we truly mean it. We mean it as much as we mean it when we say that THIS month has been pretty poor. Reviews across...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 30th July 2019

Album of the Week: The 25th anniversary of Marilyn Manson debut Portrait of an American Family

Album of the Week: The 25th anniversary of Marilyn Manson debut Portrait of an American Family

It's hard to believe it's been 25 years since Marilyn Manson, alongside his band of the same name, released the debut album Portrait of an American Family through John Malm Jr. and Trent Reznor's Nothing...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 19th July 2019

Melissa Bel talks industry challenges, Avril Lavigne and her least favourite word [Exclusive]

Melissa Bel talks industry challenges, Avril Lavigne and her least favourite word [Exclusive]

Toronto native Melissa Bel recently dropped her new single 'Cotton Candy', and now this vibrant budding popstar is here to talk to us about her journey into the music industry so far. Melissa Bel -...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 16th July 2019

St. Martiins talks wonky sad pop, getting to a happier place and immature fall-outs [Exclusive]

St. Martiins talks wonky sad pop, getting to a happier place and immature fall-outs [Exclusive]

Alt-pop duo St. Martiins dropped their epic new single Want God earlier this year through LAB Records; a poignant exploration of faith, anxiety and naivete. They've supported the likes of The Temper Trap, We are...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 5th July 2019

Seven artists that made me: Tamtam

Seven artists that made me: Tamtam

With inspiring songs under her belt the likes of arranged marriage anthem 'Rise', Saudi-born and LA-based singer-songwriter Tamtam is an empowering force to be reckoned with. She reveals the seven artists that most inspired her...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 5th July 2019

Independence Day Sing-A-Long: Seven most iconic songs about America

Independence Day Sing-A-Long: Seven most iconic songs about America

Happy 4th of July one and all; it's the most patriarchal day of the year for Americans and, while that might divide opinions due to the colonialist history of the holiday, America is certainly a...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 4th July 2019

Glastonbury Highlights: The most iconic performances at Glasto 2019

Glastonbury Highlights: The most iconic performances at Glasto 2019

Another edition of Britain's most spectacular festival has once again come and gone, and while we're sad to see it go as we get back to mundane reality, we do at least have many incredible...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 1st July 2019

Upcoming releases: What to look forward to in July 2019

Upcoming releases: What to look forward to in July 2019

It's going to be an indie heavy month, plus a couple of stand-out releases from Ed Sheeran and Chance the Rapper, but it certainly feels like we're going to be basking in some more uplifting...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 30th June 2019

June Favourites 2019: A month of legendary comebacks from Madonna, Springsteen and more

June Favourites 2019: A month of legendary comebacks from Madonna, Springsteen and more

This month has been one of absolute nostalgia as we revisit some music icons, some music geniuses, and one music hero who we'll sadly never hear again. Here are seven albums that have been released...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 29th June 2019

Quiz Corner: Can you guess the festival by the emojis?

Quiz Corner: Can you guess the festival by the emojis?

As Glastonbury goers rejoice in the blessed heatwave that has struck the UK this weekend, those who didn't bag a ticket may be feeling a little resentful. But the summer is far from over as...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 28th June 2019

Seven artists that made me: The Magnettes

Seven artists that made me: The Magnettes

They're a unique blend of riot grrrl-era punk, 80s pop and angsty pop-punk and they recently dropped their awesome new disco-punk single 'Shakes (Falling In Love)'. Now Swedish pop outfit The Magnettes unveil the seven...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 28th June 2019

Glastonbury's most heartbreaking schedule clashes for music eclectics

Glastonbury's most heartbreaking schedule clashes for music eclectics

We can't be the only ones to get stressed when asked "What kind of music do you like?". Literally everything. That's the answer. We have what is known as eclectic taste, which means that organising...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 26th June 2019

Sleater-Kinney and more Riot Grrrl revivalists we can't get enough of

Sleater-Kinney and more Riot Grrrl revivalists we can't get enough of

We'll always have a soft spot for the riot grrrl heroines of the 90s, and in the current political climate their influence is still very much relevant. In honour of these talented women (and men),...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 20th June 2019

Five things we love about Lewis Capaldi

Five things we love about Lewis Capaldi

He's the name on everybody's lips at the moment and not simply because of his extraordinary debut album. Lewis Capaldi is one of the most relatable musicians to top the charts in a long time,...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 17th June 2019

Seven artists that made me: Royse [Exclusive]

Seven artists that made me: Royse [Exclusive]

Following the release of her latest single If I Loved You, Los Angeles singer-songwriter Royse pays tribute to the seven artists that have had the most influence on her music. This set of artists tells...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 17th June 2019

The ultimate dad rock playlist for Father's Day

The ultimate dad rock playlist for Father's Day

Happy Father's Day to all the long-suffering dads out there. It's your dad's day to relax and annoy the rest of the family with his favourite tunes, and if your own father fancies himself as...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 16th June 2019

Nick Wilson on getting his foot in the door, admiring John Mayer and difficult pills to swallow (literally!) [Exclusive]

Nick Wilson on getting his foot in the door, admiring John Mayer and difficult pills to swallow (literally!) [Exclusive]

Nick Wilson recently unveiled his sensational new single Colour Me In, and it's definitely the sort of dreamy electronic pop we love to listen to. We caught up with him to discuss his emergence into...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 14th June 2019

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Sports Team: 'Bus Trip All-Dayer' live at Dreamland in Margate

Sports Team: 'Bus Trip All-Dayer' live at Dreamland in Margate

Live music returned to Dreamland in Margate in spectacular fashion as Sports Team brought their 'Bus Trip All-Dayer' back to the seaside town for the...

Mercury Prize 2021: With a shortlist like this, it’s truly anybody’s game

Mercury Prize 2021: With a shortlist like this, it’s truly anybody’s game

Wolf Alice are nominated for the third time and Arlo Parks is an unsurprising first-time nominee.

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Album Of The Week: The 19th Anniversary of 'I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love' by My Chemical Romance

Album Of The Week: The 19th Anniversary of 'I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love' by My Chemical Romance

Well before they enjoyed meteoric success with 'The Black Parade', My Chemical Romance started their musical journey with another concept album, 'I...

‘Whip My Hair’ Off: How shaving their heads empowered these women in music

‘Whip My Hair’ Off: How shaving their heads empowered these women in music

Willow Smith and more rocked a buzzcut for so many reasons.

Normani - Wild Side ft. Cardi B Video

Normani - Wild Side ft. Cardi B Video

Normani and Cardi B dispense with the need to maintain any resemblance of social distancing as they get up-close and personal in the video their...

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Album Of The Week: The 37th Anniversary Of 'Diamond Life' by Sade

Album Of The Week: The 37th Anniversary Of 'Diamond Life' by Sade

'Diamond Life', released on the 16th July 1984, is not only a significant album in it's own right, it's a cultural touchstone and a near perfect...

From Amyl and the Sniffers to The Jacklights: Six upcoming punk albums you must not miss

From Amyl and the Sniffers to The Jacklights: Six upcoming punk albums you must not miss

The resurrection of punk presents an exciting year for music.

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