Released in 2006, Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I Am Not, was a ground-breaking debut album for the Arctic Monkeys.
Author Becky Spear
Released on 10th July 2000, Parachutes was Coldplay’s debut studio album, and the first of what became a whirlwind career.
New series Marry Me premiered in the UK on Thursday night, the series is a romantic-comedy about couple Annie and Jake. Unless you’re a fan of cringe-humour then its certainly not for everyone.
Brooklyn Nine-Nine returned to E4 this week for its second series, and illustrates the second series can pack in just as much humour as the first.
Becky chatted to Example before his gig at Portsmouth Guildhall and talked to him about his album Live Life Living, touring and his future roles in film.
Portsmouth Guildhall played host to chart-smashing Example who did not disappoint.
Very much a classic, Bram Stoker paints the strong picture of a vampire often still used today, though Becky highlights issues with the narrative ending.
Example will be performing in Portsmouth Guildhall on the 11th November, and after revealing it will be his last tour for a while it’s got to be a memorable one.
V contains many catchy pop songs strengthened by Adam Levine’s iconic vocals; but this is accompanied with some weak filler tracks which hold it back from creating anything truly memorable.
The Fire Inside is an incredibly powerful and strong debut album by Luke Sital-Singh, his folk sound perfectly combines upbeat and gentler tracks highlighting his talent with haunting vocals and lyrical originality.
Over a decade since Maroon 5 released first album Songs About Jane, they can still top the charts; but recent albums are no match to their debut.
Sharing the same name as her album, ‘Glorious’ is Foxes fourth single and takes a more serious tone in comparison to some of her previous tracks.
The Saturdays are back with their new single – but in its efforts to be a strong club anthem contender, it faces losing any kind of strong melody whatsoever.