Do Songs Have Meaning Anymore?

Miss the good old day when music had meaning? Ellen Lennox tells us that meaningless lyrics may not necessarily be a bad thing. I often find myself defending Miley Cyrus. Her songs … Continue Reading →

Top Five Eclectic Albums

Getting bored of your own taste in music? Jack Hadaway-Weller guides you through his eclectic favourites We like to think that we all listen to a broad spread of music touching upon … Continue Reading →

The Satellite Tour at The Ballroom

I headed down to The Ballroom to catch the first date of The Satellite Tour, a fourteen date stint around some of the most intimate venues in the U.K. This was actually the first … Continue Reading →

OutKast to Headline Bestival

OutKast is the first among the headliners to be announced for Bestival 2014. The ‘Hey Ya!’ duo have recently reunited and have chosen the festival for one of only two UK performances … Continue Reading →

This Week’s New Music – James Blake, Mac DeMarco, Metronomy

This week we’ve got some pretty exciting new tracks to share, not that we don’t every week, just not to this extent. The list includes James Blake, Mac Demarco, a Disclosure produced … Continue Reading →

How Music is Being Marred

Joel Tennant probes into what’s affecting the music industry most negatively. It’s far too easy to harp on and on about how Justin Bieber was a parody of himself before he … Continue Reading →

This Weeks New Music: Story Books, Bombay Bicycle Club, Reggie Watts

Story Books – White Maid Token Kentish track now. This one is special, from the excellent Sittingbourne founded Story Books. White Maid will test even the most upbeat listener’s … Continue Reading →

9 Reasons Why Jason Derulo’s ‘Trumpets’ is Not Good

Thanks to pictures of Jason frolicking with dogs, poor musical choices and unadulterated arrogance, Hetty doesn’t like Trumpets by Jason Derulo. Read on for other reasons. 1. … Continue Reading →

This Week’s New Music: Slaves, Warpaint, Best Coast, Lorde

This week’s column features a whole bunch of female singers, with the exception of Slaves’ Where’s Your Car Debbie, below, which is a shouty-man-song. Also, just … Continue Reading →

Album Reviews: From Robbie Williams to Buckethead

Fancy celebrating the end of deadlines and term with some new music? Rathe Temple-Green reviews the lastest album releases. Death Grips – Government Plates If Kanye’s Yeezus … Continue Reading →

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