Katy Perry’s new album Witness is being called a “spectacular failure” by numerous reviewers across the media gamut.
In a time when gutsy rock is at a premium in the charts, The Amazons could be about to mix-things up with their self-titled debut album.
Frequently hilarious, often outrageous and always inspired, his lyrics have struck a chord since the early 80s.
There has been heaps of speculation around Perry’s hit, “I Kissed A Girl.” Fans have asked, who did she write the tune about? Now we know.
The outspoken Oasis frontman is still one of the biggest personalities in British music history to this day.
Perhaps you didn't know that Psy, who is best known globally for the cheesy mega-hit “Gangnam Style” had a successful career before?
If there were two gigs that summed up the excess of 90s Britpop, it would have be Oasis’s legendary shows at Knebworth.
He was hilarious and had a sharp wit most of the time. Yet another reason why we must remember this very troubled but brilliant punk God.
The 90s was home to Oasis vs Blur and some of the best British guitar music ever, but there’s so much more to the decade than that.
For 20 years, Noel Gallagher has been one of the biggest, and most outspoken, rock stars of his generation.
An Earworm is a notoriously rough thing to shake; some shit songs just won’t go away, usually anything by Ed Sheeran.
Blondie legend Debbie Harry has many musical achievements to her name, but she has admitted to envying Muse for their ability to write a tune.