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listening to radio 1. ahh.

i love music. i mean, who doesn’t.

i was trained classically as a pianist, but i can listen to any type of music. 375 more words


Face to face with El Deyma

Creativity and talent mix perfectly in El Deyma. Just have a look at their videos and you’ll see what we mean. The band’s latest single ‘Exclusive Try’ continues not only the adventures of the Magic Shoe, but also the tradition to make cracking tunes with spirit. 1,500 more words

British Music

Mental Jukebox : Week of November 17-21

Monday: Cheryl “I Don’t Care”

Heading over the pond this week to check out the UK charts.  I see that Cheryl Ann Tweedy Cole Fernandez-Versini (yeah, let’s just call her Cheryl) has the current #1 song on the UK charts this with dance-pop tune “I Don’t Care” –the UK answer to “Shake It Off”, perhaps? 708 more words

Music Recommendations

In their words /// Gutshot For Broadway

Our first track Pity Boy is based loosely around the book ‘the power of now’ and the feeling Arnaud was left with after reading it. The book urges you to be totally immersed in the present moment, which is the most beautiful idea and should definitely be strived towards but when you can’t quite do that it’s very frustrating.

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First Listen Review: One Direction - "Four"

Oddly enough, this is a pretty great album when it comes to pop. It is varied in terms of happy, joyous songs like “Act My Age” and sad, introspective ballads like “Once In A Lifetime”. 186 more words


British Rock

I love rock music mainly because of how many sub genres there are; glam rock, heavy metal, punk rock, indie, brit pop, pop punk, alternative, hardcore, emo, grunge etc.  711 more words


Please Don't (Music Video)

This week the wonderful Leo Stannard released his first ever music video for the song Please Don’t. Simplistic and gripping, and I’m still obsessed with the song after originally posting about it a few weeks ago.

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