Album of the Year 2016: Rihanna – Anti

Rihanna’s latest album Anti is motivating – particularly for women. Female empowerment is prominent in the majority of the songs, with lyrics such as “I got to do things/ My own way darling” taken from ‘Consideration’ and “You need me/ There’s no leaving me behind” from ‘Desperado’, feeling like call to women everywhere to distinguish... Continue Reading →

The Biggest Music Moments of 2016

What with Desiigner’s ‘Panda’ being played by radio stations and on playlists an innumerable amount of times worldwide and R&B fans getting gassed over Drake’s ‘One Dance’, 2016’s year in music has been mixed. Some of the biggest music events have occurred this year, what with the emergence of David Bowie’s last album ‘Blackstar’ preceding... Continue Reading →

The 1975!!

"FUCK DONALD TRUMP!". Clearly The 1975 front man Matt Healy's plead for his young American fans to vote for Clinton  didn't quite make an impact in LA on the 14th October. Nonetheless, the band indefinitely gave a good show as always. The bands increasing popularity following their second album is leading them to begin performing... Continue Reading →

What I’m Listening To – October

The 1975 - Lostmyhead, 'I Like It When You Sleep, For You Are So Beautiful Yet So Unaware Of It'. This almost 5 and-a-half minute long song doesn't have many lyrics, but the instrumental is captivating - particularly when played on a decent speaker or on full volume in your headphones. The music fuses with the... Continue Reading →

Lovin’ the Uni life

I moved into my University halls of residence a month ago, and I can safely say that I now understand what students mean about continually napping. Although the workload hasn't quite taken its toll just yet, getting drunk nearly every night for a month definitely has! Nonetheless, I'm having such a good time and I'm... Continue Reading →

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