Lana Del Rey’s sixth album, Norman Fucking Rockwell, is due out this year but no one seems quite sure when exactly. I thought I’d round-up some brilliant albums that you can listen to and love right now while you wait for Norman Fucking Rockwell. These 5 female artists all tap into a similar vibe to Lana Del Rey, so if you’re looking to expand your music rotation have a listen.
I was clicking through my instastories earlier this week when an advert popped up for YouTube Music in Residence - a temporary installation in London I hadn't heard about but which, according to the Dazed promo, was "a four-day event celebrating the UK music scene." Coming soon after the launch of the new streaming service YouTube Music, the … Continue reading YouTube Music in Residence
Why are female artists always pitted against each other? And how does that intense rivalry affect them (and us)?
Join me and Brittany Spanos, Online Producer at Rolling Stone, for a chat about Ultraviolence, Lorde, and the way that our culture deals with innovative women in music.
This week on The Record Review I take a look at the latest release from Dum Dum Girls, Too True. It's a real departure from their previous two albums, as Dee Dee channels the best of 1980s lo-fi into a stylish LP. Heavily influenced by the Manchester sound, mispronouncing French poets' names (or maybe just making me mispronounce them...), … Continue reading Review: Too True – Dum Dum Girls
It's up! After much trepidation with the YouTube upload process, my first ever record review is officially available for your viewing pleasure! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OVMgTa6yUZo And if you'd like to buy a copy of the album yourself (and help support the show <3) you can use my link here: Born To Die [VINYL]
I’m excited to announce a new project that I’ve been working on for my YouTube channel: The Record Review! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmFMjXcTVEs Every week I’ll be posting a new video review of an actual real life record. Why records? As a child of the nineties I grew up in the age of the cassette, then the CD, … Continue reading Introducing: The Record Review