Tag archive for ‘music’
By Isabel Finch On Tuesday, March 24th, 2015

Review: Duke Special – Look out Machines

It must have been hard for Belfast born Duke Special (AKA Peter Wilson) to makes a return as dramatic as the eyeliner-dreadlock combo he wears but he nevertheless achieves it with much success with his new album More...

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By Joseph Hart On Saturday, March 21st, 2015

Imma Let You Finish, but here’s why Kanye is Perfect for Glastonbury

“The petition has given way to a barrage of vitriol on West” Back in 2008, Jay-Z became the first ever R&B act to headline the prestigious Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury. Noel Gallagher, opinionated More...

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By Sydney Cronin On Thursday, March 5th, 2015

#ThanksZane: An ode to Zane Lowe

It’s 7pm on Thursday the 5th of March 2015, and in two hours Zane Lowe will be gone from BBC Radio 1 forever. For the past 24 hours #ThanksZane has continuously trended on Twitter, with listeners weighing More...

By Hannah Thompson On Saturday, February 14th, 2015

Is Taylor Swift trying to put a damper on Valentines day?

Taylor Swift is famed for her catchy love songs and tales of ex-boyfriends, and it would seem that her new song ‘Style’, the video for which was officially released yesterday, is no different. Or is it?   There More...

By Rory Hughes On Friday, February 6th, 2015

Chart Review: Successes of the last 12 months

Ed Sheeran After an amazing debut in 2012, Ed had a lot to live up to with his sophomore album ‘X‘. Fortunately for Ed, his popularity shows no sign of abating. Lead single ‘Sing‘ granted More...

By Sydney Cronin On Saturday, January 31st, 2015

The Vaccines, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Slaves + more added to Sound City 2015 line-up

    Liverpool Sound City have this week announced the last of the weekends headliners as The Vaccines, joining the bill with The Flaming Lips and Belle and Sebastian at the festival which will take place More...

By Khalida Abdulrahim On Friday, January 16th, 2015

Two of Liverpool Echo’s ’13 best concerts to watch in 2015′ at Liverpool Guild

  The Liverpool Echo has released a list of the top concerts in Liverpool this year. Two of them happen to be taking place here on campus at the Liverpool Guild. They are the Jesus and Mary Chain on February More...

Dawn Landes
By Robert Close On Thursday, January 15th, 2015

An Interview With Singer-Songwriter Dawn Landes

Dawn Landes is a Kentucky-born, Brooklyn based singer-songwriter. She is currently touring the UK with an EP of covers from artists including Roxy Music and Bruce Springsteen. Dawn’s last album, Bluebird received More...

By Hannah Thompson On Wednesday, January 14th, 2015

Opportunity for students to be involved with the Theatre in the Rough Festival-‘Coastlands’ project

Here’s a fantastic opportunity for all you arty types to get your creative juices flowing, but be quick as the deadline is coming up soon!     Funded by the Arts Council England and The Hemby Trust, More...

By Sydney Cronin On Saturday, December 20th, 2014

The Best Christmas Gifts for Music Lovers

The Little House Shop’s Plectrum Maker. The ‘Pickmaster Plectrum Maker Version 3′ is the perfect gift for a guitarist. The receiver of this present never need worry about losing a pick again; just More...