Disco and funk need to make a come back. Also, their child Acid Jazz needs to come back too. This short-lived genre was the perfect fusion of these elements with the amazing 90s’ soul sound. Incognito were one of those bands that mastered this genre and brought it to the forefront of popular music. This is just perfect beach music! About these ads
We are a little late on this one, but we somewhat turned a blind eye on this track as we thought it was just released to capture the US market, which usually doesn’t rattle our senses as pure pop is never given enough justice stateside. But, we were wrong. This is probably one of the best singles The Saturdays have ever released. It has enough lyric lines to make you live through the summer happy. This beat is infectious and […]
Rumor has it that allegedly the fivesome that could never fail, might do so real soon (We are pretending we didn’t know about “Headlines.”) The musical based on their tiny musical catalogue has apparently not been extended to 2014 as said and is now ready to close down by June. This is all alleged. We really wanted to check it out!
Mercury prize winners M People have announced a massive UK 2013 tour in celebration of their 20th anniversary since the release of acclaimed seminal album Elegant Slumming and as a full live band.
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You might not know this, but we were fans of Mark Owen’s early solo career. We totally fell in love with his semi-hit singles “Clementine” and lesser-known “4 Minute Warning.” But, now that Take That are on a break as Robbie tries to finesse the lackluster tracks on his latest album, Mark is on the solo roll again with “Stars.” The new album is called The Art Of Doing Nothing and it comes out June 10th.