Month: September 2019

Interview with Bethlehem Steel’s Rebecca Ryskalczyk.

It’s been some two years since the 2017 debut album Party Naked Forever by Bethlehem Steel first introduced me to their […]

“Love is bittersweet, it can make or break us”: Interview with BOI!

If I was asked to describe BOI aka Newcastle performer Anna Buckingham in just a few words, it would likely […]

Top Ten Lists: The essential Dr. Seuss books.

Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904 in Springfield, Massachusetts, in the United States. Today, decades after his […]

On my stereo this week: The new Bethlehem Steel track ‘Govt Cheese’.

Last weekend I didn’t have the time to properly immerse myself in New York band Bethlehem Steel’s new self-titled album. […]

On my stereo this week: Emeli Sande, Charli XCX & Joseph.

Emeli Sande – ‘Shine’. Singer sonwriter Emeli Sande is a breath of fresh air this week with the release of […]

Film review: The Front Runner.

When I heard actor Hugh Jackman played Colorado Senator Gary Hart, the charismatic reform-minded Democrat in The Front Runner, it […]

On my stereo this week: Lindsey Stirling’s new album Artemis.

It’s not often I listen to an album almost entirely an instrumental soundtrack made of violin-driven electronic music. But that’s […]

Interview with pop chameleon Bec Sandridge.

On her debut album Try + Save Me pop chameleon Bec Sandridge documents some of her darkest moments and fears […]