Tag: Music

Gaga’s Lifestory On a Netflix Documentary

We look at Lady Gaga’s new documentary on Netflix, providing an intricate insight into her life behind the limelight.

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27 October 2017
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DON’T MISS: Chapter Festival

Another year, another Chapter begins. We’re on Chapter XIII, and this story is only going to get wilder. Set in the industrial haven of Digbeth, Chapter XIII Festival will explore the past, present and future of dance music. Over 12 hours of dance, house and techno over six stages with acts such as Treatment, The Black …

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21 March 2017
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Sundara Karma at the O2 Institute – Gig Review

By Michelle Martin Blood, sweat and tears would best describe last night’s experience. A lacklustre opening from a band, that, honestly I can’t even remember the name of; I do apologise for that. They performed their set list with little to no interaction with the audience. The fans also seemed disinterested on what was on …

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28 September 2016
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Ariana Grande – Dangerous Woman Album Review

Ariana Grande’s latest album, Dangerous Woman blends amazing vocal talent showcasing a range of musical styles from multiple featuring artists together to create one of the best albums I have heard so far in 2016. The album kicks off with ‘Moonlight’, which has a beautiful vocal arrangement by Grande, coupling that with a gripping jazzy feel …

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25 May 2016
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Kygo – Cloud Nine Album Review

Cloud Nine is Kygo’s brand new album released on Friday 13th May. On paper this album should be thriving with artists such as Foxes, John Legend and Tom Odell featuring on tracks, but did it live up to all the big names? We have heard some of the songs from the album already, such as ‘Stole …

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15 May 2016
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QUIZ: Find a new music artist, based on your personality

Bored of your study playlist? Tired of listening to the same chart songs again and again? It can be hard to find new music, especially as there are 30 million songs in Spotify’s catalogue alone, with 20,000 added each day. If you’re struggling to find music that really gets your vibe, its time to consult …

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21 April 2016
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Amy LaQueefa: Celebrating 10 Years of Back to Black

Amy LaQueefa, a drag Amy Winehouse tribute artist, will be marking the 10-year anniversary of Winehouse’s album, Back to Black by performing at an event in Birmingham. LaQueefa has been performing as Amy Winehouse in drag shows for the past year. The free event will include favourites from the famous Back to Black album, in …

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26 March 2016
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An interview with Pleasure House

I recently sat down with James Burgess, drummer of indie rock group Pleasure House to discuss inspirations, aspirations and upcoming EP Show Your Colours, released later next month on April 8.   (l-r) Alex Heffernan – Vocals, guitar – Jon Moore – Bass Abbas Shah (The ‘Shah’ Man) – Guitar, James Burgess – Drums.     Where is …

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13 March 2016
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Synergy Events: Live At The Laundrette

A small group of BCU students put on a spectacular show hosted at Suds N Duds on Gas Street, a secret addition to the night club 6 on Broad Street All proceeds from the evening went to St Basils Charity, who work with 16 – 25 year olds who are, or at risk of, homelessess. …

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11 March 2016
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Rudimental – We The Generation: Album Review

  Where can you hear Ed Sheeran, Ella Eyre, Will Heard, Anne-Marie, Dizzee Rascal, MNEK, Lianne La Havas, Bobby Womack, Sinead Harnett, Max Romero, Earl 16, Spee and Foy Vance all together? No, it’s not a new Band Aid single. It’s the latest deluxe edition of the album We The Generation by Hackney born Rudimental! They’re …

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11 October 2015
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