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Video Didn’t Kill The Radio Star

The idea of an illustrated song has been present in our cultural narrative since the 1920s. Since, then we’ve borne witness to Freddie Mercury donning a leather mini skirt, Kate Bush dancing her way through the smoke of Wuthering Heights, Madonna showing us how to Vogue and Michael showing us how to fight for our […]Read More

My Life in Songs: Sophie McEvoy

Music has always been my backbone. It’s all I’ve ever wanted to do in life, whether that be playing it or writing about it. I grew up listening to classic and prog rock gods like Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles and Genesis through my parents, which really laid out the foundations as to why […]Read More

In Case You Missed It: Music News

FOO FIGHTERS: Foo Fighters have announced that they’ll be playing three shows in England and Scotland this September, following the unfortunate cancellation of their UK arena dates, as well as stepping down as Glastonbury headliners in June. The US rockers were forced to bail out on their European tour last month, following Dave Grohl’s stage […]Read More

TV Review: New York – Sonic Highways // Foo Fighters

Here we are, the last episode of Sonic Highways. And what a way to end the series and album by documenting one of the greatest cities in America, New York. The overarching theme that the music of America is connected by sonic highways is explored in much more detail in this episode, especially in the […]Read More

TV Review: Seattle – Sonic Highways // Foo Fighters

This episode of Sonic Highways is extremely close to my heart, as it is to the rest of Foo Fighters. The band traveled to the city in which they were conceived, Seattle. They headed to Robert Lang Studios to record the track ‘Subterranean’, the studio in which Grohl recorded the debut Foo Fighters record back […]Read More

TV Review: New Orleans – Sonic Highways // Foo Fighters

For the sixth episode of Sonic Highways, the Foo’s headed down south to the city of New Orleans. A city known for its music roots and from the the destruction that ripped it apart during Hurricane Katrina. The city is built upon preservation – both of its heritage, history and of its music. With veterans […]Read More