Review: Sigrid’s Amazing Run At Manchester’s Albert Hall

Review: Sigrid’s Amazing Run At Manchester’s Albert Hall

Sigrid is no stranger to Manchester, she’s been here time and time again, for festivals and for her own shows alike, and everytime she sells out, brings a huge crowd and ensures that everyone has a damn good time dancing to some of the finest pop music around. This week, as part of her almost-entirely, sold out UK tour, Sigrid stopped for two packed nights at Manchester’s Albert Hall, a small venue oft overlooked by…

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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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Ned Dylan’s single, ‘Life’s a Rave’

Ned Dylan’s single,  ‘Life’s a Rave’

The official music video for ‘Life’s a Rave’ – the first single from 17-year-old Ned Dylan’s debut album has just dropped. Produced by Wizard (M.I.A./Wiley/Chemical Brothers/Chase & Status/Alabama 3), Gordon Raphael (the Strokes/Regina Spektor/Alabama 3) and Mike Freear (Slamboree), ‘Life’s a Rave’ has a lot to live up to? Does it? Starting with the video, it’s a rather simple affair but still manages to give you a high budget feel. After all, nothing has to…

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A Star Is Born’s ‘La Vie en rose’

A Star Is Born’s ‘La Vie en rose’

Everyone’s talking about A Star Is Born, myself included. This third reimagining of a classic Hollywood story has everybody absolutely enamoured with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, even more than we were before. A lot of us have stanned Lady Gaga since ‘Just Dance’ and have been in love with Bradley Cooper since ‘The Hangover’. This film saw Gaga making her feature film debut, as well as Cooper going behind the camera for the first…

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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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Holograms on Tour

Holograms on Tour

You might remember back in 2012, when Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg were joined on stage by a Hologram of Tupac Shakur, ‘performing’ several tracks with them on stage to a sold out crowd at Coachella. You may also remember an event in 2014, when it was the King of pop himself, Michael Jackson’s turn, performing ‘Slave to the Rhythm’ at the Billboard Music awards. The technology is as strange as it is awesome, and…

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First Impressions review; ‘Melodrama’ by Lorde

First Impressions review; ‘Melodrama’ by Lorde

Back with an 11 track record, Lorde brings her unique talents to the forefront of this album which is sure to leave yet another lasting impression on the music industry. The Royals singer (with an incredible South Park rendition) has such a great reputation for putting out really well made and thought provoking music, always standing out from other artists at the time. ‘Melodrama’ is her second album that was released on June 16th, and…

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