Live Editor Carly-May reviews Lady Gaga’s latest video release.
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This week sees new releases from pretty much everybody.
Ben Stiller’s hysterical cult comedy was first released 15 years ago today on 28th September 2001.
Bruno Russell says Gaga’s comeback single presents an excellent vocal but is let down by poor lyrics
This week sees new releases from The Beatles, Kings Of Leon, Miike Snow, and more.
Georgia Jackson reveals what albums we have yet to look forward to this year.
The album, released in August, features songs by Twenty One Pilots, Eminem, Panic! At The Disco and Imagine Dragons.
Southampton Common becomes a festival ground once again with Craig David’s homecoming and Duran Duran headlining over the Spring Bank Holiday (28/05/16-29/05/16).
Come on over, Valerie, while The Edge talk about song covers and their artists that don’t worry about the terrible, awful potential where you might, maybe, possibly, think someone is not 100% straight.
Ed Sheeran also won his first two Grammys last night in an event which was littered with tributes to late musicians, such as David Bowie and Glen Frey.
“Strong, upbeat and extremely infectious.” Mollie reviews the debut album from duo LION BABE.
Live Editor Will Hodgetts takes us through Coldplay’s set at the Superbowl 50 Halftime Show (07/02/16).
2015 brought with it Jamie xx’s In Colour, Grimes’ Art Angels, Tame Impala’s Currents and Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A…
Ed Sheeran and The Weeknd are also strong contenders for next year’s awards, which will take place in February 2016.