Flume- Live review

November 2016 I was lucky enough to have seen the electronic dance musician/dj Flume, at a perfectly fitting venue- Alexandria palace, London. Hes not all that different from other young upcoming electronic producers. J Dilla and Flying Lotus, started tinkering with production when he was barely a teenager, and still makes music in his parents’ basement. While his […]

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Talking heads

Little creatures brilliant songs including “And She Was” and “Road to Nowhere,” two of the band’s very best songs. Opening the album, “And She Was” is maybe the most radio-friendly song Byrne ever wrote. The lyrics are simple, the music is simple and the melody, well, its catchy too, but it all adds up to […]

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The Beatles

Like any band, the Beatles’ recording career was often altered, even pushed forward, as much by external factors as their own creative impulses. The group’s competitive drive had them, at times, working to match or best Bob Dylan or Brian Wilson; their drug use greatly coloured their musical outlook and the death of former manager […]

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The Stone Roses, live 2016

In June 2016 I was lucky enough to have seen The Stone Rose’s live at the Manchester Etihad stadium. Walking into the area was a sight to see in itself, Mancunians and fans from across the country confidently (possibly drunkenly) queuing for the gig in their lemon bucket hats and macs, imitating their idol Ian […]

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Bob Dylan

  Bob Dylan along with writing his universally loved songs and literature through lyrics he was much involved as a humanitarian as wrote songs along side of the civil rights movement with great support. The 1960s was a decade of liberation for music, public opinion, dance, invention, and the greater awareness of the evil of […]

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Bowie’s impact

Through the power of pop music and through his powerful image, fashion and make-up, David Bowie created permission across society. He defied gender stereotypes allowing others to express themselves freely across the gender spectrum. His mainstream appeal opened the doors for individuals to begin to express themselves in ways that society had previously frowned upon […]

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Reading Festival 2017

Luckily I’ve been fortunate enough to go to a few great UK festivals so far, including Latitude Festival and Wildlife festival and recently Reading festival. Despite the brilliance of those two, Reading festival tops every music event I’ve had the pleasure of being part of. This festival was full of a youthful buzz, and great […]

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