October Playlist ๐Ÿ‘Š

It’s been too longย since the last monthly playlist, and after a month and a half I think it’s finally time for the much-anticipated/completely forgotten-aboutย October playlist! My Way – Calvin Harris This song has been deleted from YouTube!!!!!!! But don’t worry, you can still listen on Spotify and iTunes, and it’s a really great tune which… Continue reading October Playlist ๐Ÿ‘Š

September Playlist ๐ŸŽถ

The holiday month is over ๐Ÿ˜ญ and now I’m back from the sun โ˜€๏ธ and in cold old London. I’m sure every one else is feeling depressed as the back to work and school week is just around the corner… BUT there is one thing that’ll cheer you up! My September playlist is hear (pun… Continue reading September Playlist ๐ŸŽถ

August Playlist – New Music Special ๐ŸŽท

August is about to hit us – holiday month! For some smashing songs that you will never have heard before, you’re in the right place! These songs may not be topping the charts, but are the best of the as yet undiscovered tunes that I’ve managed to discover through intensive jamming… And mark my words, by… Continue reading August Playlist – New Music Special ๐ŸŽท

July Playlist ๐ŸŽง

Big news! I have finally worked out how to use emojis on my blog ๐Ÿ˜€ So now I can ๐Ÿ˜‚, ๐Ÿ˜ฑ and of course ๐Ÿ˜ any time I like! Hooray ๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰ But onto the post. Here are some great new songs that will get you in a summery mood… ๐Ÿ Up&Up – Coldplay This super… Continue reading July Playlist ๐ŸŽง

Capital Summertime Ball 2016

Aย break from the Eurosย coverage, and yesterday I was lucky enough to go to the Capital FMย Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium. 80,000 people watched 21 different artists andย groups sing their biggest hits for 8 hours! Little Mix opened the show with an energetic, professional set, and their new single, Hair, went down very well with the… Continue reading Capital Summertime Ball 2016

The Jungle Book – Review

Jon Favreau directs a remake of the 1968 classic, and this time, incredible computer-generated animals create incredibly realistic jungle scenes. The classic tale follows Mowgli, a ‘mancub’ who was raised by a panther and a pack of wolves after he was left an orphan in a village on the outskirts of a jungle. However, when… Continue reading The Jungle Book – Review

Song of 2016 (So Far) Competiton

It’s been a great musical year so far and there have been some incredible tunes released, and now it’s April I thought I’d have a vote/competition to see which song is the best of all the big 2016 hits. Will Justin Bieber or Lukas Graham triumph as favourites, or will Major Lazer and Jonas Blue be surprise packages?

BGT’s Back with a Bang!

On Saturday night Britain’s Got Talent kicked off their tenth series in style. Beau Dermott, a twelve year old singer, got Amanda Holden’s golden buzzer for her astounding performance of ‘Defying Gravity’. Trip Hazard the dog – who was tiny – got the whole crowd going with his cute dancing, and Alex Magala tormented everyone… Continue reading BGT’s Back with a Bang!

Is the Rise of Collaborations the Future of Music?

If you take a look at a November 2015 Big Top 40 chart, 11 out of the 40 songs are by or featuring two different artists/bands, and two are by three, whereas in the top 40 songs of 2000, only three are by over one artist. Does this indicate that the future of music lies with collaborations?

Britain’s Got Talent Returns: Simon Goes for Gold

‘TV’s most bonkers show’ returned last weekend as BGT returned to ITV for a ninth series. In a night of thrills and spills, there were many highlights. One of these was Wendy the dog who appeared to know the words to ‘Feelings’ and shared it with the TV audience of 11 million. The ventriloquist is… Continue reading Britain’s Got Talent Returns: Simon Goes for Gold

‘Launchpad’ by Novation

Launchpad is a tool used to create some fantastic music and catchy tunes. I have the Launchpad App, which I find so much fun, but there is also a separate device to bust out some pretty epic sounds. The way it works is that you select from different categories of music, such as House or… Continue reading ‘Launchpad’ by Novation

Earth to Echo Review

My Overall Rating: 6.5/10 Although I really enjoyed the film, I do have to be critical of it. On the whole, it was a good film but some aspects weren’t too good. The start: I hadn’t realised it was the start of the film. I just thought it was another advert or maybe one of… Continue reading Earth to Echo Review

And The Winner Is…

Jermain Jackman!!! The Voice Final 2014 was filled with talent, but Will’s team were victorious as Jermain achieved his dream. Ironically, Will and Jermain had met before and Will recommended that heย goes on The Voice. Jamie, of Kylie’s team was the first to go out, as although he was good on the night, the public… Continue reading And The Winner Is…

Music Review Part 2: Timber

Kesha’s snazzy vocals and Pitbull’s cool rapping really gets you pumping in the new track, Timber! Number 1 in 22 countries, Timber has come crashing down like a wooden beam (which it is…). That joke is just terrible. Actually, is it even a joke? More About Pitbull Pitbull has been rapping for over 13 years… Continue reading Music Review Part 2: Timber

Music Review Part 1: Stay the Night

Zedd’s new tune with Hayley Williams has taken off, but is it worth it? Zedd’s track has really taken off in the UK, finding itself second in the charts before dropping three places. It features Hayley Williams, an American singer and songwriter. More About Zedd Zedd is a German DJ who began producing electronic music… Continue reading Music Review Part 1: Stay the Night

The Best iPod Touch App Award

Welcome to the App of the year award 2014! The winners have been selected after a long voting period! Category 1: Sports Games Nominees: Real Racing Three VTT3 Football Manager 2013 Handheld NSS FIFA 14 Score! World Goals! It was a very tight decision, but I can tell you now that the winner is… FIFA… Continue reading The Best iPod Touch App Award