Lana Del Rey ‘I Wish I Were Dead’

Lana Del Rey ‘I Wish I Were Dead’

Del Rey Announces New Track from fifth album She hasn’t stopped at ‘Venice B*tch’ and ‘Mariners Apartment Complex’. Lana Del Rey will be releasing another new song from her upcoming fifth studio album Norman F*cking Rockwell this Wednesday. This track follows the sultry tale of the infamous ‘I wish I were dead’ interview and the 10 minute wild ride of ‘Venice B*tch’. The title alone sounds like a song from The 1975 or Fall Out…

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New Single, ‘Beach House’ by The Chainsmokers

New Single, ‘Beach House’ by The Chainsmokers

Indie, Pop and EDM duo The Chainsmokers have released the latest track from their upcoming 2019 album Sick Boy. ‘Beach House’ is a laid back track that features every music genre that the band are known for, blurring the lines between at least three traditional music genres with ease, making this track essential listening. Repetitive in a comforting way is the headline for this song, the lyrics ‘Oh Darling of Mine’ feature heavily throughout with…

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Review: Little Mix’s LM5

Review: Little Mix’s LM5

Little Mix, the most successful X Factor UK winners ever, are back with their fifth studio album, LM5, named in reference to what the fans would refer to the album before it got the title. Which ended up being the real title, it’s a bit confusing, but it’s unique, so we’ll leave it at that. Though most of their fans were probably too young to have even watched their iconic say ‘Don’t Let Go (Love)…

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Anne-Marie Releases New Single, ‘Perfect to Me’

Anne-Marie Releases New Single, ‘Perfect to Me’

As if we couldn’t love Anne-Marie more, she has released a song all about empowerment and being YOU. ‘Perfect to Me’ is the latest single to grace our ears and as well as having the effortless vocals we all know and love, it also has some super important messages in there too. What is your definition of perfect? What does it mean to you? See if your answer is the same now as after listening…

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Album Review: ‘Yesterday Was Forever’ by Kate Nash

Album Review: ‘Yesterday Was Forever’ by Kate Nash

From finding fame with foundations to starring in Netflix’s GLOW, we take a look at Kate Nash’s latest album, Yesterday was Forever. It’s 11 years since Kate Nash hit us with indie-classic, ‘Foundations’ blunt lyrics and her effortless vocals are what set her apart from anyone else and even now, over a decade later, she still holds the same charm, if in a slightly more mature way. We have seen her storm the charts with…

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Banfi announce EP ‘Marlow’ and release single ‘If Not For You’

Banfi announce EP ‘Marlow’ and release single ‘If Not For You’

Alt-pop trio Banfi, made up of Joe Banfi (vocals), Aaron Graham (drums) and Chris McCuaig(bass), have announced the release of their second EP Marlow, due to be released October 28th via Communion Records. The EP’s first track If Not For You dropped last month and promises good things to come from the upcoming East London band after managing to gain recognition on Spotify’s New Music Friday playlist.  Filled with toe-tapping rhythms and feel-good sunshine beats,…

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Take That to play Anfield’s first gig in 10 Years

Take That to play Anfield’s first gig in 10 Years

As part of Take That’s Greatest Hits Tour taking place next summer, they’ll be playing the first concert at Anfield Stadium in 10 years. June 6th 2019 will mark a new era for the stadium, which has been permitted to host up to six gigs a year, Liverpool had aimed for more but local residents raised noise and traffic concerns. Between Mid-May and July, Anfield will play host to concerts and Take That will be…

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Bastille announce intimate headline 2019 UK, Ireland and European tour

Bastille announce intimate headline 2019 UK, Ireland and European tour

Ahead of the release of their third studio album, indie-pop/rock band Bastille have announced a slew of gigs around the country early next year much fans’ delight. The lads of Bastille have played in pretty much every arena in Europe, as well as a host of pubs, bars, and more intimate venues, leaving no area unvisited. This time, Bastille will be taking ‘The Still Avoiding Tomorrow Tour’ Part 1 on the road and stopping at…

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Review: Christine and the Queens ‘Chris’

Review: Christine and the Queens ‘Chris’

Christine and the Queens, the moniker of Héloïse Letissier, furthermore known as ‘Chris’ is back with her second helping of French 80’s synth pop that the UK just can’t get enough of. Letissier’s second album ‘Chris’ has dropped, boasting a massive 23 tracks if you’re going for the complete version featuring both English and French versions of tracks, although many tracks are a combination of both languages. Fans of her debut Chaleur Humaine will be used to her genre,…

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Dua Lipa, Mark Ronson and Diplo unveil Silk City single ‘Electricity’

Dua Lipa, Mark Ronson and Diplo unveil Silk City single ‘Electricity’

Dua Lipa became famous through YouTube at the tender age of 14 and since then her fame has increased steadily. She has won various awards and even been given the key to the city of Prishtina in her home country of Kosovo- a first of its kind. Her pop music is known for being light hearted and good humoured so you know you have a good song in your hands when she collaborates with some…

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