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Date: September 8, 2018 Venue: Forest Hills Stadium (Queens, New York) Tour: Automaton Tour 2018 The isolation of America from the global pop/rock music landscape dates back to the mid-90s – when c...
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Sep 2018
This review is by guest blogger Bjorn Thomassen Following the now infamous messy split over a jacket in 2001, and a disappointingly stumped return five years later with the ska- and reggae-infused ...
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Aug 2018
Date: April 27, 2018 Venue: Indigo (O2 complex) – London (UK) “The chapter has ended a story; That only just begun; First the rise and then the fall“. These are lyrics from “Do...
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Apr 2018
The relationship between art and its patrons is an age-old one that dates back to the heyday of the Renaissance period. This dynamic is no different in the world of pop and rock music. Despite gatekee...
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Feb 2018
I have generally believed that greatness in a pop song is a function of an artist’s or band’s ability to make the most of the standard pop song structure that has become commonplace and a ...
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Jan 2018
Date: December 6, 2017 Venue: O2 Arena (London) Tour: Automaton Tour 2017 Jamiroquai is undoubtedly one of pop music’s most unlikely phenomenons. What seemed like it could have been a momentary ...
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Dec 2017
This concert review has been co-written with guest blogger Jordan Potts. Date: March 18, 2017 Venue: Echo Arena (Liverpool) Tour: Following My Intuition Arena Tour 2017 Artistry is a pre-requisite t...
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Mar 2017
In our article about “The Rules of going solo” for an artist that has emerged from an incredibly successful band, we highlighted Sting as having pulled off one of the most stunning stylist...
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Mar 2017
To say 2016 has paved the way for a full circle for late 80s (and early 90s) pop star Rick Astley would be quite the understatement. At the age of 50, hot on the heels of his 2nd UK #1 album (his firs...
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Oct 2016
In our article titled “Could Dua Lipa be the emerging ray of hope for pop music in 2016?” a couple of months ago, we gushed with an optimism that we rarely ever feel about the new crop of ...
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May 2016