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Oksana Grigorieva Album Review


Oksana Grigorieva may not be a name familiar to many in this country, but it’s certainly one that’s known to the likes of Mel Gibson and Josh Groban. Hollywood Superstar Gibson was so impressed with Oksana’s talent that he signed her up to his Icon distribution label, while Josh Groban recorded one of her songs, ‘Un Dia Llegara’ for his album ‘Awake’. Impressive credentials, combined with a history that takes… Continue reading

Published: Sunday, August 23rd, 2009 written by Lauren John

Susan Boyle: Utterly Mindblowing, or Just Alright?

 With the outbreak of shining stars produced within the confines of Britain’s Got Talent, or the likes, it poses the question: Just why are these people special?

Throughout the years of these shows hitting our televisions, we’ve seen so many performers come through and fail. Is it because of their performing abilities, the quality and training of their voice, or is it simply because they don’t fit the… Continue reading

Published: Sunday, May 3rd, 2009 written by Mel Clarke

How To: Start Your Own Radio Show

 In any country, at any time, you can flick on a radio and sample the culture of the local music. Sometimes it’s amazing, and draws you into the moment – and sometimes it’s so terrible you can’t shut it off quickly enough. There is naturally, all the Top 40 radio stations, most of which sound the same – and then you get the rare gems. The independently run shows and… Continue reading

Published: Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 written by Mel Clarke

How to: Independent Release and Home Studios

If you’ve got an act, and you’re up and coming throughout the gigging scene, it’s probably a good idea to start looking into recording an EP, in order to distribute to gain fans and ultimately a record deal. Unfortunately, these days to book a studio as well as time with a producer (that you may not entirely trust artistically) the bill for such a production can start to climb through… Continue reading

Published: Saturday, March 28th, 2009 written by Mel Clarke

Uber Fandom and Music Obsessions

There comes a time in almost every music fans life, where they become uberfans. You know the type: The ones that plaster their walls with their posters, or refuse to listen to any other band than ‘theirs’. They’re the ones that scrawl the bands name on every single book, piece of furniture, and even public property they can see. They’re the ones that cut their hair, change their style, and… Continue reading

Published: Wednesday, March 25th, 2009 written by Mel Clarke

The Devious Past of Rockstars – or is it?

Rockstars are notoriously known for their bad behaviour. There is of course the typical ‘trash a room’ mentality, as well as their ability to be complete divas. They can demand what they want, and generally get it just because of status.
We all know these things, but what about things that have been intentionally hidden? Ever misunderstood a lyric because it referred to drugs, jail and abuse? Well it seems… Continue reading

Published: Tuesday, March 24th, 2009 written by Mel Clarke

Brokencyde Freaxxx Review


Brokencyde Freaxxx Review by Rob Taylor.

I wonder if they use booster seats?

Oh my.

You know you are onto a winner when you have one bandanna badass and a dayglo haircut emerge from a beefy 4×4 to the backing of electronic music which sounds like it was created by Rave Ejay 0.1 via a spectrum.

It gets better as the boot… Continue reading

Published: Tuesday, March 10th, 2009 written by Robert Taylor

Shena Winchester Interview

Although Shena Winchester may be an unfamiliar name to many, but her c.v already boasts  a wealth of experience in performing arts. Despite early criticism from her teachers, Shena’s determination saw her through studies at the Royal Academy of music and on to work in musical theatre, and as a backing vocalist.  She has appeared on stage with Mariah Carey, James Brown, Charlotte Church, and Amy Winehouse. Her first real taste… Continue reading

Published: Wednesday, February 4th, 2009 written by Lauren John

New BBC2 Show – Take Part!

Annie Mac and Nick Grimshaw are back on BBC Two with an exciting new music and entertainment show.  Every Saturday we’ll have the hottest new bands, celebrity guests and lots of fun and games. And you and your mates could be part of it. Continue reading

Published: Monday, October 6th, 2008 written by Rob Taylor