So, for his first single of the new decade, what on earth is this pink monstrosity Justin Bieber has unleashed unto us? It’s safe to say I’m not the target audience for this single. It doesn’t help that I have an intense aversion to the word “Yummy” being used in a sexual context. I mean… Read More Single review: Justin Bieber, "Yummy"
Striding into the new decade in reflective shades and a shiny disco suit, here is a shouty new tune from the Pet Shop Boys. Disco strings, vocoder refrains, and Neil yelling about having a party: this is a much more upbeat experience than the two singles so far released from the Pet Shop Boys’ upcoming… Read More Single review: Pet Shop Boys, "Monkey Business"
I’m having some vision issues at the moment which are making typing up long blog posts difficult, so in the meantime, here is a quick roundup of some of the music I’m mainlining at the moment. This really is a pretty exciting time for new tunes.
From now, instead of a weekly roundup of New Killer Tunes, I will feature longer musings on new and fab tunes as and when they spring into view. To start off, this wonderful, resoundingly tuneful ode to the true meaning of life, which is of course: pop music. Pop music truly is the music for… Read More The Soundtrack To Now: Kim Wilde, “Pop Don’t Stop”
Some waffle about new music. Brought to you by the letter ‘P’ rollerskating through the 1980s with Pale Waves, Paramore, Paul Draper, Poliça and the (Manic Street) Preachers.
A bunch of really quite good songs hitting the “airwaves” at the moment. This week: Sunmi, Let’s Eat Grandma, Gaz Coombes, Chvrches, and Rita Ora & Liam Payne.
Some frivolous chat about some new and newish songs. This week: Gwenno, Moss Kena, Noel Gallagher and Mabel.… Read More New killer tunes: 27/01/18
This week’s New Killer Tunes, featuring Kylie, LA Salami, Friendly Fires, Hollie Cook, Rae Morris and Robbie Williams.… Read More New killer tunes: 20/01/18
In which I ramble on a bit about some new tunes and videos which have caught my eyes and ears. This week: Mamamoo, Justin Timberlake, Warm Digits and Manic Street Preachers.