If there’s no handbook on how to make it as an artist, there certainly isn’t one on how to age as a musician. Groups such as Pet Shop Boys and Blondie reached staggering international fame at the height of their careers, yet their contemporary releases
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
The choice is yours. Pay upwards of £24.99 for a new vinyl consisting of ten tracks, or stick to the monthly £9.99 Apple Music and Spotify offer for unlimited plays/downloads. At just £4.99 for students and Spotify’s free option, it seems like a no-brainer for
Pop music – short for popular, right? A fairly obvious but often forgotten statement, divulged by none other than Harry Styles in a Rolling Stone interview, is part of the interesting great debate about pop music and its value. Pop music is increasingly looked down
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.