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The Grammys: Is it just all pop?

Whilst receiving the second-ever Dr Dre Global Impact Award at this years Grammys, Jay-Z stated:“Some of you going to go home tonight and feel like you’ve been robbed, some of…

Is ‘The Weeknd’ anti-feminist?

The Weeknd, also known as Abel Tesfaye, has held the position of Spotify’s most played artist each month since December last year, with approximately 106,507,851 monthly listeners (according to Spotify…

Olivia Dean Glasgow gig review

Continuing her sold out tour around the UK/EU, it is clear that Dean’s music has connected with her Scottish audience. As soon as she arrives on stage she is met…

Review: Heavy Heavy by Young Fathers

Edinburgh-based trio, Hastings, Massoquoi and Bankole forming Young Fathers, have released their latest album Heavy Heavy, an exceptional celebration of community and connection, inviting the listener to feel a sense…

Olivia Dean’s dazzling vocals shine on new single ‘UFO’

Dean teases her debut album with ‘UFO’, a stripped back, self proclaimed “shy love song”, as a follow up to her last single ‘Danger’, released in October 2022. The new…

The 1975’s Being Funny in a Foreign Language album review

If you are familiar with The 1975, you’ll understand the relief of their new album being only 11 songs. After their 4th album Notes on a Conditional Form drowned under…

Olivia Dean makes a gorgeous comeback with new single ‘Danger’

Olivia Dean’s latest single ‘Danger’ is a beautifully crafted homage to the simultaneous risk and liberation of falling in love with someone who might be just right for you. Her…

Kylie Minogue’s take on modern pop is anything but Magic

Rating: 2 out of 5 Given that it took a cohort of five writers to assemble this flat-pack pop song, it is fair to say that Kylie’s latest track is…