Best Live shows of 2020

I normally review my top 5 best live acts of the year around this time... but thanks to 2020 I’ve not actually got that many to choose from. So I thought I’d review everyone I did manage to see, before the world stopped, so you know which acts are worth setting ticket sales alarms for... Continue Reading →

Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B’s lyrics and visuals for their song WAP has caused controversy, but why?

The lyrics and video for WAP show both pop stars openly talking about their sexual desires, experiences and needs. And that’s what sex is a basic need for every human. This is something that males in the music industry talk about often so why is it still so shocking when women do this in 2020?... Continue Reading →

Não amor, amo?

Bring Me The Horizon’s latest album ‘amo’ is causing a stir amongst fans, but why, really why? I’ve seen one to many comments calling the band out, for not being ‘heavy’ enough and evolving their sound. BUT, I am going to explain why I think this album is the most ‘Bring Me The Horizon’ album, to date.  I... Continue Reading →

TOP 5 MUSIC EVENTS OF 2018

This year I have attended numerous gigs, festivals and events, but these top 5 stood out by a mile and are events, which I would more than recommend my readers to attend in 2019! 5.The Wombats returned this year with their long-awaited album ‘Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life’. They toured academy's across the UK including Manchester Academy, which I attended in March.... Continue Reading →

Georgia Fearn – L’Amour Review!

Summer has only just ended, but not to fear as Georgia Fearn’s latest single L’Amour will make your French holiday vibes last throughout the frosty seasons. Georgia is a 17 year old singer/songwriter from Wales, she has 1,239 monthly listeners on Spotify. Her latest release L’Amour from debut her album Perfect on Paper, which was... Continue Reading →

Highly Suspect Live review!

Highly Suspect are the three time Grammy-nominated alternative rock band from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The three piece consists of Johnny Stevens on vocals and lead guitar, Ryan Meyer on Drums and Rich Meyer on bass, all of whom returned to the UK this week for a headlining tour of their second album ‘The Boy Who Died... Continue Reading →

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