Five years on from the release of AM (the best-selling vinyl of the decade), the Arctic Monkeys have presented their sixth record. A lot was riding on this album. Few people could have expected this album to take the turn it did, but by drawing
As a genre, RnB can never seem to sit still. Constantly evolving into something new, its chameleonic form attracts countless emotional, creative, busy minds to listen and produce their own stories. One of those doing just that is Louis Ernest, perhaps better known as Blu Ernest.
The anticipated arrival of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on May 25th promises to provoke pan-EU pandemonium across any business or organisation handling the data of EU citizens. The GDPR aims to give clients more rights when it comes to their data. So, what
In honour of Post Malone being Music Bloggery‘s artist of the month, we take a look at his rise to fame and how exactly his sound makes him so different to his predecessors. Sitting in front of his four time platinum plaque for his debut
Lady Gaga: Five Foot Two was released early September of last year as an accompaniment to the release of her album, Joanne. This was Lady Gaga’s bold, vulnerable move to show the world her new, stripped-down image. The old meat dress-wearing Gaga is gone and in her place is a new, mature, experienced woman who has a lot to show about the music industry and the struggles of the modern working woman.
Lorde released sophomore album Melodrama this March to much critical acclaim, as it was lauded as one of the best albums of the year alongside Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. So how has the 21-year-old from New Zealand managed this feat? How has she taken pop music and made it have as much of an impact as the raw lyrics of the rap artist from Compton?
Following the release of their first album since the departure of original guitarist and vocalist Tom DeLonge, long time punk rockers Blink-182 start their UK leg of their California tour with a night to remember.
The Amazons, indie rock group from Reading (consisting of front man Matt Thompson, guitarist Chris Alderton, bassist Elliot Briggs and drummer Joe Emmett) have released their debut album three years after their initial formation in 2014 and their debut release has all the qualities that a top indie album ought to have.
Riding off the success of their second album, Modern Ruin, and a leg of supporting Biffy Clyro on their European tour, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes brought their current UK tour to close last night at London’s KOKO.
Yep, you guessed right, it’s that time of the year again. The time when magazines and music websites alike give us a generic list of best albums throughout the year. Well, luckily for you we don’t work like that. In a one-off special, three members of the Music Bloggery team argue their case for their best album of 2016, and you can even vote on our Twitter page if you’re keen enough.