Music’s Greatest Love Triangles and the songs they inspired

George Harrison, Pattie Boyd and Eric Clapton:  Damon Albarn, Justine Frischmann and Brett Anderson: .

Fake Bugg & The Power of Image

I have recently revised my opinion of “saviour of modern music”, indie heart-throb, Jake Bugg. I do not believe he is the next Bob Dylan. Or that he is the antidote to manufactured… Continue reading

Song of the week: Give Up – Miles Kane

Miles Kane, of The Rascals and The Last Shadow Puppets fame, released his long awaited single “Give Up” on Xfm this morning. Having established a reputation as a successful solo artist, and gaining a… Continue reading

Political Playlist

Forget Jake Bugg and Gangnam Style – the biggest musical phenomenon of last year was undoubtedly Pussy Riot. So, I felt inspired to make a playlist of some of my favourite songs with… Continue reading

Favourite Songs of 2012

Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine? Jack White – Sixteen Saltines Graham Coxon – Meet and Drink and Pollinate Django Django – Default Blur – The Puritan

A Music Lover’s Christmas

Merry Christmas! I hope you’ve all had a lovely few days of present-opening, eating and relaxation. I’d like to share with you some of the wonderful, music-related gifts I’ve received from my family… Continue reading

Song of the Week: (I Should Be A) Communist – This Many Boyfriends

After reading a review of This Many Boyfriends in NME, I decided to give them a listen… I instantly fell in love with their Morrissey-like wails of “I should be a communist, I… Continue reading

Halloween Playlist

With just one week until Halloween, I thought it’d be appropriate to create a themed playlist for the event! Some of these songs just make you feel creepy, whereas others simply have Halloween-related words… Continue reading

Blur Hyde Park 2012

Any of you who follow me on Twitter will know that I am the biggest, self-confessed Blur fan in existence, which is why I was practically bouncing off the walls yesterday when I… Continue reading

Interview: Anaesthetics

Last week I was lucky enough to interview Anaesthetics, an up-and-coming Manchester band, whose musical style can be likened to that of Belle and Sebastian and The Cure. Their debut singles, Slow Trains and Pulse are available… Continue reading