Shades Of Snoop
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Shades Of Snoop

Since the 1993 release of his debut Doggystyle, Snoop has adopted quite an amount of animal based alter-egos. Boasting a musical resume that includes Hip-Hop, G-Funk, Reggae and Pop. Notably including Snoop Doggy Dogg, Snoop Lion, Snoop Dogg, and the iconic rapper’s latest Funk-influenced project Snoopzilla. Not forgetting the artist’s stints as a silver screen and … Continue reading

Iggy & The Stooges ‘Raw Power’: The Greatest Punk Album Of All Time?
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Iggy & The Stooges ‘Raw Power’: The Greatest Punk Album Of All Time?

You might consider him as ‘the puppet from the Swift Cover advert.’ Or ‘the leather-skinned singer from the Trainspotting soundtrack’. But James Newell Osterberg, (aka: Iggy Pop), put out arguably one of the world’s most influential albums back in 1973. The album favoured by acts ranging from Manchester’s moodiest Steven Patrick Morrissey, to Gnarls Barkley’s … Continue reading

What Does The Administration of HMV Mean For The Rest Of Us?
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What Does The Administration of HMV Mean For The Rest Of Us?

It was recently announced that HMV, one of Britain’s most famous shopping destinations, and certainly the most favoured of High Street entertainment stores, would go into administration. Having already put 4500 jobs at risk and invalidated all outstanding gift vouchers company’s fate now lies within the hands of a buyer, or company such as Hilco to buy … Continue reading

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Keepin’ The Summer Alive: The Beach Boys Make A Comeback

Ever since the release of The Beach Boys’ debut album, ‘Surfing Safari’, the band have been influencing acts from left, right and centre. From the direct inspiration of ‘Pet Sounds’ having being showcased through iconic albums that have stood the test of time, including The Beatles’ ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ to name the … Continue reading