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Radio Creme Brulee is an internet radio station that showcases an eclectic assortment of pop/rock music from both sides of the Atlantic alongside guilty pleasures, forgotten gems, and radio staples from the 80s, 90s, and 00s. This station does not feature much hip-hop or hard rock.
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To say 2014 has been a slow year for quality pop music so far would be quite the understatement. In 2012, yesteryear’s pop star Limahl made a surprising return with his single “1983”...
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Apr 2014
Suffolk-born singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran does not embody the typical attributes of the manufactured, generic and “created for teen idolatry” pop star. Neither does his route to stardom fo...
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Apr 2014
It has been almost a week since the release of George Michael’s new album Symphonica. While many were hoping for a new studio album of new material, one cannot deny that having the international...
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Mar 2014
The art of damage control is one that very few music artists have a grasp of. Madonna excels at this. U2 has managed to have a successful career despite artistic misfires with very little damage contr...
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Feb 2014
This article was inspired by a recent piece of news indicating that the original New Romantic London quintet Spandau Ballet is slated to perform their first gig in America since 1985 in Austin. The gi...
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Feb 2014
“Cracking America” is the illusory dream of every non-American artist. For many, it is the pinnacle of stardom and a pathway to affluence and perhaps even life-long financial freedom. In t...
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Feb 2014