Songs to drive and sing to that are played on the radio

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It hasn’t been long since I’ve passed my driving test, but as I was driving to work this morning and turned up my radio to sing along: so here are…Read more

Get Lucky

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We all love a good cover, and here is my newest favourite… Get Lucky, the new Daft Punk tune, was covered by Daughters and something quite awesome happened..  


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Like most of the rest of the UK, I do not classify myself as a country music fan. It took me a while to even become accustomed to Taylor Swift…Read more

To listen to in 2013… VII

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I’ve always been a fan of Wretch 32 and his new song, the first single from his upcoming album, does not disappoint. The traditional African feel with Shakka’s vocals make…Read more

To listen to in 2013…. VI

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I saw this band live a couple of years or so ago at The Basement Door in Richmond. Not a massive fan of alt-rock, I was actually there to see…Read more

Beyonce can do no wrong

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Beyonce has caused a little bit of controversey with her new song Bow Down, because it has some swear words in it… To me, a Beyonce fan still recovering from…Read more

Danielle Prou

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You know when those┬ápeople come along that make you feel really under-accomplished and lacking in talent? Well, 13 year old Danielle Prou does just that (at least to me!) Her…Read more

To listen to in 2013… V

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From his nomadic upbringing, moving around Southern America with his father, who was a preacher, Mikky Ekko has been catapulted to near the top of the charts with his feature…Read more

Komodo Krimes

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This is ‘an indie band like no other’ (so their Facebook description claims), and although I am no expert on indie bands – see this blog entry – this quartet…Read more

To listen to in 2013… IV

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The next group to add to your playlist is Haim (rhymes with rhyme)! These girls (plus boy drummer) have been up-and-coming for a year or so now, but just in…Read more

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