David Bowie is…The Film Of the V&A Blockbuster Exhibition

The documentary film of the ground-breaking exhibition David Bowie is, created by the Victoria and Albert Museum, London in 2013, is being re-released in Vue cinemas and selected venues across the UK on 14 July.

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Getting Down to the Nitty Gritty with Jess Clemmons

We’ve caught up with Jess Clemmons, vocalist with Jess and the Bandits, to talk about their upcoming headline tour, and also her exciting new venture with UK clothing company Evans. Read on for details about how you can be a part of it all!

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Estrella – We Will Go On

Estrella’s debut album “Come out to play” was released in 2012 and they set the bar pretty high at that point but the four piece rock band from Aberdeenshire have been raising it ever since having toured Europe with Robin Beck as well as House of Lords and more recently Enuff Z’nuff.

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Charlotte Campbell – Making Waves Review!

I first met the artist I’m going to talk about today at a gig she was playing in Islington, London. She had left my uni the year before I started, she won a scholarship to study songwriting there.

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Fiona Bevan- Talk To Strangers

‘Talk to Strangers’ by Fiona Bevan is neither outstanding nor groundbreaking. What it is though is twelve tracks of honest, intelligent pop music.

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The Cheap Thrills – Rusty

The youthful and energetic garage rock band, The Cheap Thrills, get ready to release their newest single, ‘Rusty’, on July 13th 2015.  The new single…

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Gallows Ghost

We spoke to Gallows Ghost lead singer Kate Young.

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Exclusive – Moxie Kicks have Soul For You

Moxie Kicks, formed in 2014, consists of duo Charlie Freeman and Jamie Brown, who found each other through an online music ad. It’s the…

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Boyzone: No Matter What

Our second trip down memory lane and we’re visiting another Irish band, Boyzone, with the stirring, “No Matter What”.

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Sam and the Womp: Zeppelin

You may remember Sam and The Womp from 2012, when they shot to the UK number one spot, and achieved 4x platinum status in…

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Win Tickets to see Chicane at KOKO

The line up has been announced for Chicane’s first appearance in the UK for nearly 4 years!  Chicane, real name Nick Bracegirdle, will be…

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Introducing: Gallows Ghost

Gallows Ghost are a female-fronted 6 piece band whose sound is described as electronic rock and roll, with some added folk, in the form of cello and violin.

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Jess and the Bandits: A Little Bit Country

Essentially Pop went a little bit country last night (and a little bit rock’n’roll) at London’s “The Social”, where we were treated to a…

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Make Your Own Luck: Jedward Release Artwork

John and Edward yesterday released the artwork for the cover of their new single, “Make Your Own Luck”, which will be released on Friday…

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Here In My Heart

Every UK Number One Song: Here In My Heart

The first ever number one was “Here In My Heart” by Al Martino and entered the charts on 15th November 1952. It remained at number one for 9 weeks.

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Win Westlife’s “Westlife” and “The Love Album”

To celebrate the launch of our new website, and to introduce our new feature, “Retro Review of the Week“, we’re giving away two Westlife…

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Westlife: The Debut Album by Westlife

Our first Retro Review of the Week is the eponymous debut album of Irish boyband, Westlife.

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Introducing: The Very Flamboyant King Charles

King CharlesIs the music world missing big male personas these days? There doesn’t seem to be any more Adam Ants or Ziggy Stardusts – is there an equivalent these days?

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And Long May She Raign Over All Of Us

I’ve already shared my opinion on the future of the X Factor but before I let it go completely there is one more thing…

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The Peace Collective: All Together Now

As we approach Christmas Day this week, we mark the Christmas Truce that occurred 100 years ago. On the battlefields of the Western Front,…

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