The Best Digitally Available Music Shows of 2021

I'm mixing things up. Usually I use this little corner of the internet to (occasionally) write about albums that I love. But as we're coming to the end of the year, I started to think about the amazing music shows that have kept me going through the year. When I couldn't go clubbing, I needed... Continue Reading →

Twenty One Pilots – Scaled & Icy

It’s taken me a while to write this piece. Not because I’ve had too much on, as usually stops me with these things, but because I wanted to take my time. I wanted to know what I really thought in my own mind about this album before I put words to page, and certainly before... Continue Reading →

Joey Lawrence – Joey Lawrence

Like many other gay teenagers in the nineties, I had the hugest crush on American sit-com star Joey Lawrence. He played the witless older brother of Blossom, in the TV show of the same name. His name in the pilot was Donnie Russo, which was changed in the episodes that followed to give him his... Continue Reading →

Janet Jackson – Janet

The 18th of May 1993 was a big day in my life; it was the day I picked up my GCSE results from school. Needless to say I was terrified, as what was in that envelope could affect my whole life. I had dreams of being a veterinary nurse back then and I needed certain... Continue Reading →

Madonna – Something To Remember

Whenever we're at home, having a few drinks with friends, the night always ends the same way; dancing to Madonna's Immaculate Collection. Madonna has always had the knack of releasing timeless, catchy singles, so her greatest hits collection was always going to be around for a long time. But she's not just a singles artist.... Continue Reading →

Mariah Carey – Glitter

As far as hashtags go, there have been few more unfortunately named than #JusticeForGlitter. Only Susan Boyle's album launch hashtag #susanalbumparty could compete. This was a campaign put together by Lambs (the collective name for Carey's fans) to make her soundtrack album Glitter the hit album they felt it should have been on its first... Continue Reading →

Naomi Campbell – Babywoman

There's only one thing a music critic loves more than a great new album to rave about; a really bad one to tear apart. I've done my fair share of album reviews in the past, but I'm a lover, not a hater. I take after my mother in that way. If there's nothing good to... Continue Reading →

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