Song of the Week #2 has distinct gospel and disco influences, and it’s bloody good.
May 2017 marks 25 years since Carter USM released “1992 The Love Album”, which was their most successful album and the one that began their sad demise. To mark the anniversary we take a look at this seminal album and ask ourselves, “is wrestling fixed?”
Because there’s no such thing as “too much Steps”, here’s the minute-by-minute report of their new single, “Story of a Heart”.
What do Minor Victories, Syntax and the Bloom Twins have in common?
I didn’t go to see them in concert, but I came away glad that I had.
Playing in Nottingham recently were Minor Victories, a band that Wikipedia calls ‘a British alternative rock supergroup’. Read my review of the gig here.
A chronologically-ordered, steadily-expanding Spotify playlist of, in my very humble opinion, the greatest pop songs of all time. Apart from “Biology” which is officially The Greatest Pop Song of all time. That much is not in dispute.
A young alternative band called Placebo released their fourth single, “Nancy Boy”, on 20th January 1997. Sounding suspiciously like Gazebo’s only record “Lardy Boy” it reached no 4 in the UK hit parade. Destined for pop’s dumper up until that point and with only future appearances on ITV’s celebrity reality TV shows to look forward to, Placebo have their ripped-off version of Gazebo’s “Lardy Boy” entirely to thank for all their success.