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Tweets about Billie Eilish tour dates that are a literal mood

Tweets about Billie Eilish tour dates that are a literal mood

If you stan Billie Eilish and you thought you might take off with the adrenaline rush of trying to book tickets to her 2022 Happier Than Ever tour in the pre-sale, you're certainly not the...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 26th May 2021

Everything you need to know about viral punk band The Linda Lindas

Everything you need to know about viral punk band The Linda Lindas

After their LA Public Library performance of a track entitled Racist, Sexist Boy went viral, Asian-American garage punk four-piece The Linda Lindas have signed a record deal with the indie label Epitaph. And we cannot...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 24th May 2021

Seven queer artists that will help shape a decade of music

Seven queer artists that will help shape a decade of music

Matters of sexual and gender identity are a huge hot topic at the moment, but it's important that these issues seep into the entertainment world - particularly music - because that's arguably the best and...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 19th May 2021

Travis Barker: The man who's bringing pop-punk into the 2020s

Travis Barker: The man who's bringing pop-punk into the 2020s

There was a time we thought that pop-punk was a relic of the 2000s never to be heard again - at least, not in anything that wasn't a "guilty pleasure" capacity. But it seems that,...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 18th May 2021

Why we love Martin Garrix's UEFA Euro 2020 collaboration with Bono and The Edge

Why we love Martin Garrix's UEFA Euro 2020 collaboration with Bono and The Edge

At a time where team sports have never been so important, U2's Bono and The Edge have teamed up with Martin Garrix for an emotional song entitled We Are The People, released to promote the...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 14th May 2021

St. Vincent - Daddy's Home Album Review

St. Vincent - Daddy's Home Album Review

We've almost reached the middle of the year so while it still feels like early days yet, we don't think it's too much of a stretch to say that Daddy's Home by St. Vincent will...

Review posted on 14th May 2021

The best of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees the Foo Fighters

The best of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees the Foo Fighters

To celebrate their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this week, we reflect on the most iconic songs from the Foo Fighters' 26-year career. It's the first year the band has been...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 13th May 2021

Who made history at the 2021 Brit Awards?

Who made history at the 2021 Brit Awards?

It's fair to say that the 2021 Brit Awards show was an event like no other. Not only was it the first major indoor live event in over a year (thanks to COVID-19 restrictions), it...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 12th May 2021

 Weird Music Story of the Week: Iggy Pop's parrot is a Sleaford Mods fan

Weird Music Story of the Week: Iggy Pop's parrot is a Sleaford Mods fan

Iggy Pop's pet parrot Biggy Pop has gone viral this week after the punk rocker shared a video of the bird dancing along to the song Tweet Tweet Tweet by Sleaford Mods. And we are...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 11th May 2021

Everything you need to know about Slowthai's Happyland festival

Everything you need to know about Slowthai's Happyland festival

To celebrate the release of his second studio album Tyron (after his real first name), Slowthai has announced that he is curating a brand new festival where happiness is the only emotion allowed - and...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 10th May 2021

International No Diet Day: The body positivity songs we all need to hear [Playlist]

International No Diet Day: The body positivity songs we all need to hear [Playlist]

It's true that the COVID-19 pandemic has not been kind to our bodies; many of us have found ourselves eating our way out of our slim-fitting clothes and if the prospect of a new diet...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 6th May 2021

Nine inspiring Billie Eilish quotes from that Vogue cover

Nine inspiring Billie Eilish quotes from that Vogue cover

If her new blonde locks weren't enough to get everyone talking about Billie Eilish again then her exquisite lingerie photo shoot for June 2021's edition of Vogue certainly is. It might be a shock to...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 5th May 2021

Billboard Music Awards 2021: Everything you need to know about the top four nominees

Billboard Music Awards 2021: Everything you need to know about the top four nominees

The Billboard Music Awards finalists have finally been announced, with multiple awards going to several artists. However, it's The Weeknd who makes up for his lack of Grammy nominations with the most nods for the...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 30th April 2021

Weird Music Story of the Week: A baby was accidentally named "Korn"

Weird Music Story of the Week: A baby was accidentally named "Korn"

Making spelling mistakes on your baby's birth certificate is something we all try to avoid, but occasionally it does happen. What doesn't happen too often though is accidentally naming your baby after a nu metal...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 29th April 2021

International Dance Day: Celebrating with seven "dance" number ones [Playlist]

International Dance Day: Celebrating with seven "dance" number ones [Playlist]

We're celebrating International Dance Day the only way we know how: By moving our feet to some of the greatest dance-themed songs of all time. From Whitney Houston to David Bowie, there's something for everyone...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 29th April 2021

Seven upcoming K-Pop albums we can't wait for

Seven upcoming K-Pop albums we can't wait for

K-Pop is all anyone's talking about these days and with so many groups making waves all over the world, we can't help but join their extensive fanbase. We've already had some epic releases this year...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 28th April 2021

How Trent Reznor went from industrial rocker to Oscar-winning film composer

How Trent Reznor went from industrial rocker to Oscar-winning film composer

Even if you're not the biggest fan of Nine Inch Nails, it's hard to argue with the fact that Trent Reznor is a gift to the world of cinematic scores. Since his first venture into...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 27th April 2021

A look back at some of the greatest Best Original Song Oscar winners

A look back at some of the greatest Best Original Song Oscar winners

The 93rd Academy Awards night saw some well-deserved movies winning gongs including Nomadland for Best Picture and Best Director, and The Father for Best Adapted Screenplay, as well as Fight for You from Judas and...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 26th April 2021

Remembering Jim Steinman's seven greatest hits

Remembering Jim Steinman's seven greatest hits

The music industry lost a huge part of its history with the death of composer, lyricist and producer Jim Steinman earlier this week. Best known for some iconic work with the likes of Meat Loaf,...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 23rd April 2021

Iggy Pop and seven other rockstars who dipped their toes into acting

Iggy Pop and seven other rockstars who dipped their toes into acting

With the news Iggy Pop has joined the cast of dark comedy Blue Iguana, directed by Jeremy LaLonde, we're reflecting on all the other rockstars who have embarked on acting careers, however brief. Iggy Pop...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 21st April 2021

Celebrate the opening of pubs with this booze-themed playlist

Celebrate the opening of pubs with this booze-themed playlist

The sun is shining, the birds are singing and everyone is taking advantage of pub beer gardens being open again as COVID-19 lockdown restrictions continue to slowly lift - well, everyone except Labour Party leader...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 19th April 2021

The Offspring - Let The Bad Times Roll Album Review

The Offspring - Let The Bad Times Roll Album Review

The return of The Offspring with Let The Bad Times Roll feels timely if not for the recent resurrection of pop punk, but for the absolute disaster of a time we're currently living in.If I'm...

Review posted on 16th April 2021

What I am needs no excuses: Music to empower anyone to be themselves [Playlist]

What I am needs no excuses: Music to empower anyone to be themselves [Playlist]

Whether you are on her side or not, it seems that JK Rowling is a huge point of contention for people across the LGBTQ+ community for her repeated inflammatory statements on gender identity. Many have...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 15th April 2021

Eight times Grimes got so weird we fell in love with her a little bit more

Eight times Grimes got so weird we fell in love with her a little bit more

Anytime we see Grimes trending, we're immediately intrigued to see what wild thing she's done lately - and we're rarely disappointed. In fact, it's her perpetual weirdness that makes us adore her so much. Here...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 13th April 2021

Garbage, St. Vincent, Dry Cleaning and more feminist anthems of empowerment for 2021

Garbage, St. Vincent, Dry Cleaning and more feminist anthems of empowerment for 2021

Women shouldn't still be fighting for rights in 2021, but here we are. As much as laws have changed to give us back our power theoretically, society continues to shame, criticise, abuse and manipulate the...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 12th April 2021

From Queen of Pop to Prince of Darkness: The honorific royalty of the music world

From Queen of Pop to Prince of Darkness: The honorific royalty of the music world

For as long as pop music has been a thing, we've been granting grand titles on some of the titans of the industry. While they'll never have the influence of real royal figures like Queen...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 9th April 2021

The timely return of pop-punk veterans The Offspring

The timely return of pop-punk veterans The Offspring

As pop-punk makes a resurgence in this peri-pandemic age, it seems only right that The Offspring have picked this time to drop their first album in 9 years, appropriately titled Let the Bad Times Roll....

News posted in Music / Festivals on 6th April 2021

BRIT Award Nominations 2021: A triumph for diversity with the likes of Arlo Parks, Celeste and Young T and Bugsey

BRIT Award Nominations 2021: A triumph for diversity with the likes of Arlo Parks, Celeste and Young T and Bugsey

The nominations are in! This year's BRIT Awards features a remarkable blend of artists from different ethnic minorities, forming the majority of the nominees. There's no tokenism here, which is usually to be expected of...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 1st April 2021

Glastonbury Festival 2021: Four essentials for the newly announced global livestream event

Glastonbury Festival 2021: Four essentials for the newly announced global livestream event

We might not be able to gather in a muddy field with 200,000 revellers to watch some iconic performers in completely inappropriate festival attire this year, but at least we won't lose our tent or...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 31st March 2021

It's time we stopped talking about Madonna's age

It's time we stopped talking about Madonna's age

Love her or hate her, you can't deny that Madonna is and always has been a stunningly beautiful woman. Meanwhile, she has also always been the centre of controversy with her bold looks and daring...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 29th March 2021

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Robin And The Goblins talk to us about wonder, terror, tyranny, collaborating on Dungeon-Synth and sitting on Letterman's lap [EXCLUSIVE]

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October 2021 Favourites: As Autumn arrived it was most definitely time to 'Prioritise Pleasure' and follow 'The Path Of The Clouds'

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Halloween Hootenanny: Witchy songs for your spooky playlist

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Album Of The Week: The 19th Anniversary Of The Eponymous Debut Album By Transplants

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After 'Life Won't Wait', and in between 'Rancid 5' and 'Indestructible', Tim Armstrong somehow found time to form his new band - Transplants, and...

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