Grammys 2021 – Best Dressed List

Much like all award shows in these unprecedented times, the 63rd annual Grammy awards was no different. The ceremony featured performances from Harry Styles singing his anthem ‘Watermelon Sugar’ from his nominated album ‘Fine Line’, Taylor Swift, DaBaby, Bad Bunny, Cardi B, Maren Morris and Due Lipa – in total there were 22 performances. The artists safely came together to celebrate music in a time … Continue reading Grammys 2021 – Best Dressed List

Song Review: Voodoos- It’s your life

Glasgow Indie band Voodoos have released their ninth single over the past week ‘It’s Your Life’. Following on from a massive 2020 for the band, which saw releases such as TV set, Young Punks, Going South and What was that supposed to mean, fans were eagerly waiting for the first release of what is expected to be another huge year for the boys from Coatbridge. … Continue reading Song Review: Voodoos- It’s your life

Recent Albums That Will Get You Through Lockdown

The Neighbourhood – Chip Chrome & the Mono-Tones (Deluxe) The Neighbourhood’s newest Album comes with excitement and a new image for the band.This Album is built on Rutherford’s own struggles with binge-using social media and the band’s identity. The lead singer Jesse Rutherford has been compared to having similarities of having the alter ego of Ziggy Stardust which makes the Album a whole lot more … Continue reading Recent Albums That Will Get You Through Lockdown

Song Review: Fabric Bear- All I want

Glaswegian band Fabric Bear have released their 6th single in the past week, ‘All I want’. Although, the band have few releases currently they have managed to create an emphatic buzz around the single due to their upbeat tunes and highly impressive song writing. Fans were clearly impressed with the new single with one stating on twitter ‘I have been dying for this since @tenemant_trail … Continue reading Song Review: Fabric Bear- All I want

AFTER HOURS REVIEW: Weird but normal for the Weeknd

Abel Tesfaye has finally delivered his next piece of work after a long wait from his last full album release of “Starboy” back in 2016, with the release of “After Hours” which againprovides the audience with the typical Unique voice he possesses. With a mix of 80s, modern pop and R&B, its an unpredictable yet exciting experience listening to this album. The Toronto based artist has produced music to the great enjoyment of … Continue reading AFTER HOURS REVIEW: Weird but normal for the Weeknd