No, don't worry, I'm not going to be talking about actual scientific string theory (because ouch my brain) but the String Theory concert/ new album from Hanson. I know, you might be wondering why I've flashed back to the late 90's but let me tell you a little something about my fave band in the … Continue reading String Theory
Do you have an album that reminds you of growing up? I have a few; Michael Jackson's History is one of them but today I wanted to talk about Sam Brown. It's my understanding that not many people know who she is; I definitely don't know anyone who knows about her except for her single … Continue reading Album Appreciation // Sam Brown // April Moon
If there's one thing I love it's a good album. One where you can listen to the whole thing through without having to skip songs. That doesn't tend to happen often, though. Lucky for you [yes, you!] I've decided to share an album I know I can listen to and just let it play … Continue reading Album of the Day: Jed Whedon
Most people remember Vanessa Carlton for her massively successful track 'A thousand miles' but I have to say I'm in love with her 2nd album more than the first and I constantly go back to it and fall in love with it all over again. It's funny how an album that fell flat on it's … Continue reading Album of the day: Vanessa Carlton
It isn't a secret I like to sing. My friends and family have to put up with me singing all the time. Some of them even have to put up with me recording songs and emailing them, attacking their ears with my dulcet tones. What has always been a bit of a secret is that I have … Continue reading Christmas Song
You may know Sia by her amazingly catchy songs that have been hitting the charts for, well, a very long time. Be it her own or the songs she's written for others. The picture above might not shed any clues, though, as she mostly performs with her back to the audience or with a giant … Continue reading Kick ass Woman – Sia
So, the music business must be struggling, right? Why else would the big corporations be setting up premium-cost streaming facilities? The newest on the block is, of course, Jay-Z's TIDAL which will set you back around £10 per month for the 'service'. When I heard about this I rolled my eyes. In an age where music is … Continue reading Tidal; music streaming… for what?
Music is something I like to sink into when I'm feeling in a particular mood. I don't think I'm alone in that; it's kind of a universal deal. I particularly love listening to music when I walking around and if it's raining? Even better! And so, on that note, this is a frivolous post of … Continue reading Rainy Day Playlist