Search Results for ‘dancehall

2016_tracksoftheyear_112416

20. Angel Olsen – ‘Shut Up Kiss Me’ Here the Missouri-born musician takes the folk label she was previously pegged with and smashes it to bits with a three-minute grunge…

It’s hard not to root for Britney Spears, a woman who became one of her generation’s biggest pop stars as a teen, suffered a very public meltdown a decade ago,…

Sean Paul shares the songs that shaped his life. Just whatever you do, don’t ask this king of Jamaican dancehall about karaoke. The first song I remember hearing Bee Gees…

2014Oasis_DefinitelyMaybe_150414

Albums Of The Year 1OasisDefinitely Maybe 2BlurParklike 3Beastie BoysIll Communication 4NirvanaMTV Unplugged In New York 5Manic Street PreachersThe Holy Bible 6PortisheadDummy 7OrbitalSnivilisation 8SuedeDog Man Star 9The ProdigyMusic For The Jilted…

We’ve just seen the hottest day of 2016 so far, with temperatures reaching a whopping 35C in some parts of the UK yesterday (July 19). The hot weather looks set…

Buy Tickets

The Kills have always been underdogs. Even after 15 years together, four albums and a heap of acclaim, Jamie Hince and Alison Mosshart’s biggest UK headline show remains a gig…

Buy Tickets

The internet reckons that when Drake brags, “I don’t run out of material” on the track ‘Hype’, he’s hitting back at Meek Mill, the Philadelphian rapper who accused him of…

Reggae: the ultimate leveller. Every dance music generation eventually embraces it as a long-standing brother-in-drugs, and Major Lazer’s new collaboration with Toronto trap producer Grandtheft – one half of Team…

Buy Tickets

The fact that All Saints were formed 23 years ago – Londoners Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis started the band in 1993 and recruited Canadian sisters Nicole and Natalie Appleton…