Apollo: Atmospheres and Soundtracks is an album by the British ambient musician Brian Eno, released in 1983. It was written,
I often think about all the great tunes out there. There are many and vast and they all mean different things to different people. Particular tracks identify a time a place, a moment in each persons memory. There is no definitive dance track of all time as that answer is personal to the individual. My choice though would have to be Underworld – Rez.
If you’re of a particular age, like me, you will appreciate that the finest music came out of the
Since my last blog post, I have literally been inundated with a tweet complaining about my negativity towards the 2016
Far be it for me to put a downer on something, but I just can’t get excited about the forthcoming
What can I possibly say about 2016? A U.S. presidential election, the U.K. referendum on the EU and the subsequent political fall out; I can feel my blood pressure rising just by writing this! Then, if that isn’t enough, in David Bowie and Prince, the music industry has lost two of its greats.
In her native France, she is a huge mainstream star. Chaleur Humaine, the album on which her UK debut is based – with some of its French lyrics translated to English, and a few new, English-language tracks added – has spent most of the last two years in the French top 40, spawned a string of hit singles, earned Letissier two awards at the Gallic equivalent of the Brits, and a guest appearance when Madonna played Paris in December
In 1995, the Yorkshire Evening Post held a poll to find Britain’s favourite Yorkshireman.
Pictures’ from Benjamin Francis Leftwich’s debut album ‘Last Smoke Before The Snowstorm’. Available now on iTunes: http://po.st/LastSmoke
Charles Murdoch – Privacy (feat. Oscar Key Sung) – lofi- hiphop beats and downtempo music // chillsky
Privacy’ feat. Oscar Key Sung is the third single taken from Charles Murdoch’s debut album ‘Point’. It’s a
Now, it probably hasn’t escaped your attention that this weekend is the Oscars; and before I go any further, I’d