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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

The Year of the Legend: Albums of 2019 vs the artists' most iconic releases

The Year of the Legend: Albums of 2019 vs the artists' most iconic releases

At a time when recording and releasing music to the public has never been so easy, it's no wonder that fewer and fewer old school legends are choosing to retire. This year so far we've...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 14th June 2019

"He criticised me for being gay": Graham J opens up about "disgraceful" homophobic music review [Interview]

"He criticised me for being gay": Graham J opens up about "disgraceful" homophobic music review [Interview]

We feel great pride to live in a country that celebrates diversity, that allows same-sex couples to get married and adopt children, that make it a priority to have diverse representation in the entertainment industry....

News posted in Music / Festivals on 10th June 2019

Album of the Week: The 25th anniversary of Stone Temple Pilots' Purple

Album of the Week: The 25th anniversary of Stone Temple Pilots' Purple

It's a day of grunge for us as we recognise the 25th anniversary of San Diego rockers Stone Temple Pilots' second studio album Purple. It was arguably their greatest body of work, certainly their most...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 7th June 2019

World Environment Day: How to stay green at your next festival

World Environment Day: How to stay green at your next festival

Festival season is all about fun, debauchery and hedonism which is perfectly acceptable every now and again, particularly in this uncertain political climate. But don't abandon all your responsibilities this year; spare a thought for...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 5th June 2019

The ultimate soundtrack to Summer 2019 [Playlist]

The ultimate soundtrack to Summer 2019 [Playlist]

The days are longer and the weather is warmer, we love a good British summer. It's a time for celebration, and to us a celebration isn't a celebration without the perfect playlist. We've amalgamated our...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 4th June 2019

Summer festival guide 2019: Our 15 favourite forthcoming music festivals

Summer festival guide 2019: Our 15 favourite forthcoming music festivals

It's officially summer now that June has hit which means it truly is festival season. We've already enjoyed BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend, Slam Dunk, All Points East and myriad international events, but there's a...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 3rd June 2019

Upcoming releases: What's coming up for June 2019?

Upcoming releases: What's coming up for June 2019?

The indie and pop worlds go hand in hand when it comes to releasing super infectious and thoroughly uplifting tunes. June promises to get the summer off to an anthemic start with these seven albums,...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 31st May 2019

May Favourites 2019: Lewis Capaldi, Rammstein and more albums that are re-defining genres

May Favourites 2019: Lewis Capaldi, Rammstein and more albums that are re-defining genres

May has been a triumph for artists both new and well-established as we look at their respective genre-bending latest efforts. Whether it's the rap game or the indie-folk category, these are May's best album releases;...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 30th May 2019

Keelie Walker's Tour Diary 2019 [Exclusive]

Keelie Walker's Tour Diary 2019 [Exclusive]

As this up and coming songstress supports the newly re-grouped Westlife on their UK tour, she gives us a glimpse into a day in the life of a young popstar with her exclusive tour diary....

News posted in Music / Festivals on 28th May 2019

Album of the Week: The 45th anniversary of David Bowie's Diamond Dogs

Album of the Week: The 45th anniversary of David Bowie's Diamond Dogs

We celebrate 45 years since the release of the late David Bowie's masterpiece eighth studio album Diamond Dogs through RCA Records; a record that may be old, but it's artistically and thematically timeless, particularly amid...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 24th May 2019

World Goth Day: Your ultimate dark wave playlist

World Goth Day: Your ultimate dark wave playlist

World Goth Day is a time to celebrate one of the most iconic music genre movements (and indeed fashion aesthetics) of the 20th century; a movement succeeding the rebellious punk scene, and one that incorporated...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 22nd May 2019

The funniest ever Carpool Karaoke brought to you by Celine Dion

The funniest ever Carpool Karaoke brought to you by Celine Dion

'I love Vegas', choked fans in the starstruck crowd of this glittering Nevada city as they watched Celine Dion and James Corden recreate the most iconic scene from 'Titanic' for 'Carpool Karaoke', while singing a...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 21st May 2019

Album of the Week: Still hitting the Play button for Moby

Album of the Week: Still hitting the Play button for Moby

Today we celebrate 20 years since the release of one of the most influential electronic records of all time. Moby became the first pop sensation to come out of techno when he dropped his iconic...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 17th May 2019

Renée Zellweger returns to music as she takes on lead role in Judy Garland biopic

Renée Zellweger returns to music as she takes on lead role in Judy Garland biopic

Renée Zellweger will once again be showcasing her sensational singing talent as she sets out to star as the world's best-loved showbiz icon Judy Garland in the forthcoming mononymous biopic Judy. We can't think of...

News posted in Music / Festivals on 14th May 2019

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