Song of the Week #2 has distinct gospel and disco influences, and it’s bloody good. Continue reading Song of the Week #2: Arcade Fire, "Everything Now"
May 2017 marks 25 years since Carter USM released “1992 The Love Album”, which was paradoxically both their most successful album and the one that began their sad demise. To mark the anniversary we take a look at Carter’s seminal album and ask ourselves, “is wrestling fixed?”
This is not going to come as much of a surprise because as regular listeners will know I’m something of a pop tart, but I fricking loved Steps V1.0. Well, not “5-6-7-8” quite so much because line dancing is one of those things that should have been consigned to the great pedal bin of life a long time ago.
Q: What do Minor Victories, Syntax and the Bloom Twins have in common?
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.
In recent games Jose Mourinho has experimented with a back three, but the way Manchester United have implemented it means that they are making harder work of it than they should. On paper, they should have the perfect squad to pull off an attacking 5-3-2 formation. So why are they making such hard work of it? Continue reading Manchester United making hard work of finding the solution that’s right in front of them
The last two albums have been fairly tame, generic efforts by Depeche Mode’s high standards, mirroring the lull after their 80s/90s heyday. Does the launch of their 14th album “Spirit” promise a return to form? This livestreamed gig might tell us more. Continue reading Depeche Mode live at the Telekom Street Gig