Having grown up listening to the likes of Razorlight, the Kooks, and just about every major indie band in the early noughties, I have developed a certain soft spot for that marriage of mellowed out guitars and angsty song writing. Hell, that’s why I started my own music blog in the first place. But now in the age of electronica and leanings to more digitally influenced sound, I can’t help but wondering if the age of guitar-based indie is dead, and it is in fact becoming (dare I say it) classic rock?!
After a rockin’ good time at Glasto, guest blogger Sarah Taylor warns us on what not to do if you don’t want to look like a loon this festival season.
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
Wondering what to listen to this summer as you’re soaking up the rays on holiday or maybe you’re looking for something to listen to as you’re having a mega chill out session? Never fear, for cliché Music Bloggery is here! We’ve lined up a few
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
For those of you who have been living in a cave, Lana Del Rey is an American singer-songwriter who found fame when her single ‘Video Games’ went viral and then followed this up with her 2012 album ‘Born to Die’. Now, in 2014, she has already released a short film (Tropico, which is just about the most pretentious thing I have seen) and a number one album ‘Ultraviolence’. I’m not going to mince words here, I strongly dislike Lana Del Rey. I think she’s fake, overrated and just plain depressing.