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Introducing: Nostalghia

Published June 20th, 2015 in Pop Articles

From the distorted blips in ‘Homeostasis’ to the unsettling piano chords of ‘Cool for Chaos’, from the off Nostalghia know…

5 Things About: Indiana at Rock City, Nottingham (29/05/15)

Published May 30th, 2015 in Pop Reviews

    One of Nottingham’s most promising popstars is finally getting the attention she deserves as she celebrates her debut…

Interview: Firelight

Published May 22nd, 2015 in Eurovision Interviews

It’s hard to believe that the 2015 edition of the Eurovision Song Contest was over a year ago. Arguably one…

Dames Of Darkness 2015: Live Review

Published May 12th, 2015 in Alternative Reviews

The Dames of Darkness festival is a very special event, indeed. In a genre as beloved as female-fronted metal, the…

Track By Track: Lucy Spraggan – We Are

Published April 26th, 2015 in Pop Reviews

    Lucy Spraggan’s last record, ‘Join The Club’, was an absolute gem that carried her to a sell out…

The Lowdown: Halestorm – Into The Wild Life

Published April 19th, 2015 in Alternative Reviews

Future Single: Scream Opening the third, and arguably the most anticipated record from Halestorm, ‘Scream’ isn’t quite as ballsy as…

5 Reasons To Love ‘Painted’ By MS MR

Published April 9th, 2015 in Pop Reviews

1. Dishing out 90s trance piano riffs like they’re rewriting ‘Rhythm is a Dancer’, the main musical progression from ‘Secondhand…

Eurovision’s Greatest Hits: 12 Things To Expect

Published April 3rd, 2015 in Eurovision Articles

1. Eurovision is full of comedy value. Amidst the actually-very-good-and-if-Taylor-Swift-sang-it-it’d-be-number-one-for-a-month songs, there are plenty of moments that are geared towards…

Top 10 Songs of Eurovision 2015

Published March 29th, 2015 in Eurovision Articles

Eurovision is slowly approaching and the successor to Conchita Wurst’s title has already been chosen as the 40 entrants of…

Album Review: 5 Things About ‘Froot’ by Marina and the Diamonds

Published March 14th, 2015 in Pop Reviews

1. It’s the slowest effort from Marina to date. It isn’t hard to drop back from the frantic eccentricity of…