Get your lighters out and start waving guys, Harry Styles has a new single Sign of the Times and it has hit no.1 knocking Ed Sheeran off the top spot!
My Rating: 4/5
Jamiroquai’s newest album, Automaton, which was released on March 31st was very much anticipated given the 7 year wait – but worth it.
My rating: 10/10
At the London Palladium on December 6th, Marina and the Diamonds took to the stage and performed to a sold out show of her beloved ‘Diamonds’.
Richard Lowenstein is an Australian film maker whose most notable work includes directing and producing music videos such as U2’s Angel of Harlem and Never Tear Us Apart by INXS. Still currently directing movies, he discusses how he approaches his work and upcoming production, Ecco Homo.
On Sunday 22nd it was the 18th anniversary of INXS rock legend Michael Hutchence passing. Australian travel blogger Jennifer Johnston recalls unexpectedly meeting Michael in 1986 outside of the INXS gig at the University of Massachusetts where she was a student.
November 22nd marked the 18th anniversary of INXS frontman Michael Hutchence passing. Richard Simpkin (now an award-winning photographer) who befriended the INXS frontman back in 1990 has released a book which is a collection of photographs and memorabilia taken by himself over the years that they were together as a tribute for Michael, the Hutchence family and fans.
Musicians feature a lot in the news, so covering a music event would be ideal.