Elyar Fox Returns
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Elyar Fox Returns

Elyar Fox emerged around a similar time to Conor Maynard, both of them seeming like viable options for decent male UK popstars. Whilst 2017 has seen Maynard settle for becoming a “Youtuber” and singing pleasant-enough but untroubling cover versions, Elyar Fox disappeared into the ether. This despite a very decent run of tunes in anyone’s book; … Continue reading

April Playlist
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April Playlist

Mura Masa feat. Charli XCX – 1 Night Both of these artists can do no wrong right now, Charli adding some stardust to this song via her amazing “popstar in a gymnasium” look and bringing her distinctive energetic vocals. We can not wait for Mura’s album ‘To Fall Out Of Love To’ to drop, due … Continue reading

Bag Raiders – Waterfalls EP
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Bag Raiders – Waterfalls EP

You simply must buy the 3 track ‘Waterfalls’ EP by Bag Raiders. The Ozzie electropop duo first appeared on our radar with 2009’s absolutely epic ‘Shooting Stars‘, a song we have drunkenly declared on more that one occasion is perhaps one of our very favourite songs in the world. Ever. Sounding at once nostalgically familiar but also tinged … Continue reading

The Rise and Rise of Little Mix
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The Rise and Rise of Little Mix

Serial girlband botherer Sean “Sean De Paul” Paul is back on it again, this time with Britain’s favourite girlband and occasional Tulisa fraternisers Little Mix. But let’s not kid ourselves, the brilliance of ‘Hair’ comes despite, rather than because of, Sean’s dubious contributions. Although it seems like just yesterday we watched ‘The Female Boss’ try … Continue reading

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You’re Bound to Get Sneezes / Or Nasty Diseases

The UK’s Eurovision entry this year, ‘Still In Love With You’ by put-together-especially-for-Eurovision duo and poorly-named Electro Velvet, has been widely derided across the nation for being shit. In the annual sport that is Eurovision-bashing, it’s somehow seen as “cool” or “popular” to immediately write off anything that we put forward for Eurovision as trash. … Continue reading