Category: new music

Sick Boy is the brand new drop from worldwide success makers ‘The Chainsmokers

Dance-pop shape-shifters The Chainsmokers are evolving right before our eyes. After a streak of big-tent bangers and Top 40 collaborations (“Roses,” “Closer”), the duo expanded into pop-rock in 2018 with grittier instrumentals, moodier tones, and their own vocals (“Sick Boy,” “Everybody Hates Me”). After drip-feeding those singles into a playlist, they turned that playlist into […]

Mixtaped get ready for Robert Dugdale and the live showcase gig for his album ‘For Paula’

Robert Dugdale is a singer/songwriter based in Brighton who also works as a scenic artist in the film and television industry. He says “Apart from painting song writing is one of my greatest loves and I have been doing it since I was seven or eight”. At college Robert Dugdale played guitar in a punk […]

Rewrite the Stars – James Arthur & Anne-Marie

James Arthur was the victor of the British X Factor’s ninth season in 2012, winning the public vote with a rendition of Shontelle’s rousing ballad “Impossible.” Born in Middlesbrough, England, Arthur had written and performed in various bands since the age of 15, as well as performing solo in pubs and bars in his hometown. […]

Fairytale of New York – Kirsty MacColl & The Pogues

Kirsty MacColl, daughter of folk singer/songwriter Ewan MacColl, began her own musical career while still in her teens, singing in a band called the Addix, and eventually signed to the legendary Stiff Records. Her first single, the modern girl group gem, “They Don’t Know,” was released in 1979. Though it failed in the charts, it […]

Who Cares – Paul McCartney

As Beatlemania was transforming rock ’n’ roll from passing teen fad to permanent pop-cultural movement, Paul McCartney (born in Liverpool in 1942) became the driving force behind the band’s rapid, dramatic maturation. In just two years, he had graduated from the Little Richard worship of 1963’s “I Saw Her Standing There” to the exquisite orchestral […]