Or is she? Taylor’s new single Look What You Made Me Do from her latest release, ‘Reputation’, opens with a classic Swift-esque Hollywood-style melody that is reminiscent of earlier songs such as The Lucky One, which immediately lets her listeners know that this song is all about Hollywood. The social media blackout, the week-long snake gifs teasing us have all turned out to mean exactly what we thought. Swift is hitting back at all those who commented snake emojis under every single one of her Instagram photos, shedding that image and creating a new image for herself. And, let’s not lie, Swift is the queen of reinvention from her pure country image to her new, bolder, peroxide-blonde look.
Our lovely guest blogger Manuela Nkegbe looks back on a night with the one and only Queen Bey live at Wembley Stadium. How can I sum up my Beyoncé experience in one word? You simply can’t! Queen Bey showed up and showed out at the
In light of recent tensions in race relations, especially in America where young black men are five times more likely to be killed than white men of the same age, this song drives home the issue of feeling like an outsider, all while maintaining an upbeat melody.
You would hardly expect a boy sacked from serving raw burgers at Wetherspoon to be the next big thing, but surprisingly, Essex born Rat Boy is making quite a name for himself. Sitting in a bathtub in an interview for MTV with just the right
THE DRUMS ARE BACK! That’s right, you’re reading this correctly! After a three year absence in which guitarist Adam Kessler and drummer Connor Hanwick decided they wanted out, the original line-up are back (Jonny Pierce and Jacob Graham) with their new single ‘Magic Mountain‘. Excuse
Finally Music Bloggery is back, and we’re kicking it off with our song of the week! This week we’ve chosen the single ‘Mecca‘, taken from Wild Beasts’ recent album release, ‘Present Tense‘. The band originally formed in 2002, under the name Fauve (which means ‘wild
So first up is Swim Deep’s ‘Where the Heaven Are We?’ released 5th August 2013. This album is rapidly becoming my top summer album simply because of the sedating tunes and Nirvana-esque appeal of the band. The Birmingham based indie band, having first formed
Okay Music Blogger-ers(?), I have two brilliant releases for you this week! First and foremost, indie pop group The XX announced that they’re releasing their long awaited second studio album, ‘Coexist’ on 10th September 2012. They’ve released a new single ‘Angels’ in aid of this,
Two Door Cinema club have released a single for their long awaited second album ‘Beacon‘ that’s set for release September 3rd 2012. The band have made this new single ‘Sleep Alone‘ available for free download on the band’s website for a mere 24 hours, so
Spector have released their new single and music video called ‘Never Fade Away’. The music video follows the band in what looks like a surreal prisoners of war camp, while someone films it with a bad camera (of course done on purpose in hipster fashion).