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On his new album Ben Montague proves that is does pay to hire in song-writing help
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You won’t want to forget about this album…
Here is a review of Access Memories its slightly different to what you would normally expect from Daft Punk if you like Diana Ross, Duran Duran music reviews done recently.
This Is Great Music To Fall Asleep To
Dido is one of those musicians who have the ability to make you want to sing along, will her new album be the same thing? Check out this positive review.
Forget the Pope for a second as Foals have released their 3rd album, Holy Fire. It has nothing to do with religion whatsoever.
The Foals are a new youthful band who are known for the recent journey to New York remixing drama. This article seems to cover most things. Subscribe if you like and if you don't be sure to leave a comment as to why not, K?
Another week in British pop: of Troggs losing their frontman, Paul Epworth getting a gong and The Courteneers returning with a new album.
Important announcements this week from the British music scene include, death of a rock star, a comedian wannabe musician makes fun of marriage whilst the bands from Scotland and Manchester continue to entertain the masses with great music.
The Drizabone Soul Family are in a music time warp, will someone please tell them what millennium we’re in?
Drones are the new front line weapon. They do not respect sovereignty.
More news from Afghanistan, al Qaeda, Anwar al-Awlaki, Barack Obama, Boots, Mali, Osama Bin Laden, Pakistan, United States, US and World War II. Read the full article over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
HMV bites the dust. Tears will be shed but the Internet is taking over
You do not want to miss today's post by Freddie Mathews becuase it's all about Black Sabbath, Britain, Charlie Simpson, David Bowie, Elton John, entertainment, Liverpool, Media, MTV Europe Music Awards, News and more about Ozzy Osbourne airport.
Find out what everyone will be listening to from now until March. Great place for music reviews from Britain during the hard times of recession in the stores and on the high streets of Britain.
Adam Lovejoy writes from London: Have you ever wondered why is it that all those celebrities - and I mean here all sorts of actors and actresses and pop acts
Adam Lovejoy writes from London about actors and actresses and pop acts and comedians and models and people famous for no specific reason. His point is that this often leads them to seeking fame in sex, booze and dope but never quite pull it of leaving them as famous and as boring as before they began these popular crazy recreational activities.
There is nothing invincible about the latest Lemar album in the slightest, more like inconvincible.
This new album is deeper than anything that’s gone before for Lemar. says Freddie Mathews in this interesting music review.
Last seen somewhere near to Mars circa 2003, David Bowie has landed back on earth and with a mighty media explosion.
David Bowie is back from space after ten years his new album projected to release around March. You can hope to read about Berlin, Bowie, Danny Boyle, David Bowie, iTunes, London, space, Space Oddity and Tony Visconti in today's post.
Why don’t a band like Green Day know when it’s time to stop releasing new material? iTre! is quite possibly their worst album yet.
A humourous review of Green Day their recent installments and reflection of their previous greatest hits. Where they were where they have been and where they are at today. Find out some interesting things about their albums, American Idiot, Basket Case and other singles. Get the latest about Billie Joe Armstrong, Billy Joe, Green Day and the album review of iTre! from London in the category Music, Musical ensemble and finally find out a little bit more about Rob Cavallo.
Insights into the British music scene: The UK is a major exporter and source of music. It has one of the world’s... http://bfm.my/insights-into-the-british-music-scene.html
A podcast about popular music in and around the British music scene.
Meat Loaf is back but only for a final farewell…
This is your stop shop pony about music, Meat Loaf music. How do you like your music?
'All hell has broke loose'. Find out the latet Entertianment news and review of Meat Loaf music, Get the latest updates about Bat Out Of Hell by Meat Loaf. Those of you who have your views about the Entertianment industry and really like the old school rock music then you honestly have to take a look at this, this and much more over on stirringtroubleinternationally.com
It’s Time To Get The Charts Out Of The Dark Ages
MTV started out in Melrose place back in the eighties, since there success they have had to find new ways of compiling the charts. Things were a lot easier in the eighties.
If that was The Grammys, then why is everyone still talking about Beyoncé at the Superbowl?
The 55th Grammy Awards – What Was That All About? A post originally shared by Alexander first published over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Stirring Trouble Internationally is a current affairs website with news about music, entertainment, politics and world news. Stirring Trouble Internationally – A humorous take on news and current affairs StirringTroubleInternationally.com February 13, 2013 at 12:05AM
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Paul McCartney was in the right place at the right time. Ron Sexsmith wasn’t but it’s never too late.
"What’s happened this week on the British Music Scene? Read all about Brett Anderson, Depeche Mode, Katie Melua, Media, Music, Pigeon Detectives, Simon Cowell, Stone Roses, Suede and Tel Aviv."
Album sales were down in 2012. Is this the beginning of a trend?
Read all music from the UK in 2012, Adele, albums, coldplay, Ed Sheeran, London, Music, myloxyloto, Official Charts Company, Right Place Right Time and Robbie Williams over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
Talk Talk are the talk of the town as Natural Order sensitively delves into their back catalogue
Another great review over on Stirring Trouble Internationally that examines the history and describes the detail about the Art work on the album covers. This is a satirical review that makes comparisons with Death Cab For Cutie, Duran Duran, London, Mark Hollis, Music, Natural Order, Radiohead and Roxy Music. If you like Talk radio then I am sure you will really like this review of Talk Talk's new album.
I Am Kloot return with one of the finest albums of 2013. It’s just a shame that Kloot translates as testicle in Flemish but don’t let that put you off this masterpiece.
In today's music review Freddie Matthews reviews an album from his collection of favourite music by a band who call themselves I Am Kloot. If you like unusual lyrics and are a fan of the Manchester scene then you will like this band. The new album is called Let It All In and as you can see from the cover of the album they like to keep things very simple, the artwork on the cover I am sure you agree is very plain and simple, looks are very encouraging.
Can a 40-year-old T.Rex album ‘get it on’ and stand the test of time in the current music market place?
Buy yourself the 40th Anniversary T.Rex box set which features the lovingly re-mastered album from 1972 called The Slider.
Can Global Warming get the worldwide attention that Pitbull would like?
A recent review from Britian about the new album on release in the UK by Pitbull, its called Global Warming.
Can Ke$ha’s new album Warrior be the animal that Animal was 2 years ago?
Freddie has done some interesting research before writing this review it definetely shows. You will only find decent reviews of music on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Music which people are listening to. Have you ever wondered what are between those ear buds of passers by, chances are this is one of those albums, go over to read the full article before you decide on purchasing yourself. Blah Blah Blah, Iggy Pop, Ke$ha, Kesha, Lady Gaga, Los Angeles, Music, Nicki Minaj, Tik Tok all in conjunction with Warrior, the album.