Where many feel being associated with the late Margaret Thatcher as an immense insult Ed Sheeran should not, with his branding as a ‘Thatcherite’ used to illustrate his humble presentation of the middle-class through music.
Although having been around for a few years he has found new fame of late with his scatty, homegrown image proving to be a big hit amongst fans.
‘Ed Sheeran is the perfect Thatcherism pop’ writes Journalist Tom Leonard, hailing Sheeran as the greatest cultural export since Downtown Abbey.
Sheeran’s act focuses on hard work rather than image and the celebr... Keep Reading
When arranging a party, first and foremost you must decide on the type of music you are going to play to your guests. With music setting the tone of the evening it is crucial that you get it right, seeking advice where possible.
In need of access to an eclectic range of songs; traditionally we used to pop to HMV, seeing what was on offer from the world of entertainment.
Last year HMV took a turn for the worst with stores shutting up shop throughout the UK. Coinciding with the progression of digital music purchase HMV began to look dated, in need of a revamp to bring it into the current, modern market.
HMV was given a lifeli... Keep Reading
America’s top party animal has been keen to demonstrate another string to her bow this week as she made her West End debut in David Mamet’s ‘Speed-the-Plow’.
Lohan, now 28, who shot to fame as a youngster through films such as ‘The Parent trap’, ’Freaky Friday’ and ‘Mean Girls’, has become a frequent feature in the British Press over the last few years, mainly for her wild antics and run-ins with the law.
However, Lohan is now being talked about in very different circles of the media.
The role embarked on is that of Karen, th... Keep Reading
The Godfather of punk, Iggy Pop, has raised some very serious concerns about the state of the music industry.
Pop, who found fame with his band ‘The Stooges’ in the 1960’s, was discussing what he sees as some of the main problems facing the music industry currently, as he delivered the 4th annual, BBC music John Peel Lecture on Monday.
The overriding theme of the music icon’s lecture was the ever increasing issue of free music, and the unsavoury position that artists’ find ... Keep Reading
Although only two episodes into the latest series of Dragons’ Den it has become apparent that the party vibe has proven to be a winner for promising entrepreneurs.
Over the years we have learnt that the frightful Dragon’s love to be surprised, educated and inspired, expecting businessmen and women to create a pitch that blows them away and catches them off-guard.
This series it appears that the Investors want to be entertained, thoroughly enjoying the performances that have unfolded in front of them so far.
Last week we saw swing sc... Keep Reading
Tulisa has been accused of an array of crimes over the past year but it does seem that things are now looking up for the ex-N-Dubz star.
It has today been announced that the North Londoner has been acquitted of all charges in relation to a drug deal between undercover Sun reporter Mr Mahmood and rapper Mike GLC.
These allegations have not only ruined Tulisa’s public image and relationship with her fans but was the sole reason behind her exit from the ITV talent show The X Factor.
After much deliberation it has been revealed that the undercover reporter had in fact been lying about Tulisa’s involvement in... Keep Reading
Taylor Swift is what we could call an unconventional pop star, relying solely on her talent to sell records.
Where the majority of artists fall back on sex appeal to make money in the music industry Taylor Swift is far more interested in making social comments, especially on the subject of music and popular culture.
The American beauty has this week written an opinion piece for The Wall Street Journal, progressing her thoughts over the state of the music industry at present.
In the prose she defines herself as ‘an enthusiastic optimist: one of the few living souls in the music industry who still believes ... Keep Reading
Simon Cowell breaks silence on the One Direction drugs claim, defending the band and commending their fan loyalty.
After the video was leaked of Zayn and Louis of 1D smoking what appears to be a joint, the nation have been split in opinion with many feeling that their innocent boy band image has been somewhat tarnished.
While Zayn smokes, Louis acts as the narrator: “So here we are, leaving Peru. Joint lit. Happy days!”
Where many have been very vocal in their thoughts of the clip the two singers are yet to comment.
Their band mate Liam Payne however took to Twitter to air h... Keep Reading