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How the Vaccines Became an Indie Staple

The Vaccines skyrocketed out of obscurity in 2011 with their debut album, What Did You Expect from the Vaccines? and its anthemic indie jams. Almost every single released from the album made its name as an indie classic (Wrecking Bar, If You Wanna and Nørgaard,


A Local’s Guide to Boardmasters Festival (2018)

When you think of Cornwall, the first things that spring to mind are pasties, beautiful beaches and ruddy-faced cider drinkers. Starting on the 8th August however, myself and almost 50,000 others were treated to a weekend of great music, fantastic food, and the best surfing

The Ultimate Rock Werchter Survival Guide (2018)

So you’re sick of rainy, cold UK festivals and want to make the leap to visit four-time winner of the International Live Music Conference’s (ILMC) ‘best festival in the world’. I don’t blame you. Why wouldn’t you want good food, good weather and most of

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We Chatted to the Midlands’ Answer to James Blake

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.


What New Data Protection Laws Will Mean for Musicians

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


How Post Malone is Killing the Rap Scene

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


‘Joanne’ is the Lady Gaga the World Needs

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.