Song of the week:Bleachers — ‘Don’t Take The Money’If Carly Rae Jepsen was singing this you’d have spunked your own cock off by the first chorus. Wrong of the week:Cheat Codes feat Demi Lovato — ‘No Promises’Nobody cared about this song, did they? Nobody bust a gut on this. Nobody worked just a …

We started working a blog yesterday which seemed like quite an amusing idea — hey, they’re triggering Article 50 but what about the other articles LOLOLOL — but in the cold light of a Wednesday morning it really wasn’t very funny. So we binned it, but not before this had happened. That’s …

Kyla La Grange is one of UK pop’s secret weapons and she returns today/tomorrow with magnificent new single ‘Love Harder’, which is premiering below and is the first in a series of releases that sees her teaming up once again with her old music-producing pal Jakwob. “I always wanted to write a garage-influenced …

Song of the week:Zara Larsson — ‘Only You’Unfortunately the Zara album’s an overcooked mess but ‘Only You’ hits the bullseye and strikes a mesmerising balance between ‘Lush Life’ and the elegant, pensive pop of her 2014 debut album ‘1’. Wrong of the week:Feist — ‘Pleasure’We can only assume this is a joke. Additional …

Song of the week:Steps — ‘Scared Of The Dark’You’d have to be a total cloth-eared wanker to get to the end of ‘Scared Of The Dark’ and not think “fair play, that’s a pretty good song”. This is a song so majestic that it pulls off a modern day pop miracle: bringing the …

They’re the legendary British band whose fresh twist on a classic sound defined an entire generation’s teenage years, their influence stretching from the 90s to the present day with hits that sound as fresh today as they did back then. After reforming a few years ago for a run of …

“I didn’t know if I ever wanted to put out a piece of music again,” are the words being spoken down a telephone line from Nashville by Jennifer Paige, whose 1998 single ‘Crush’ is recognised by all right-minded individuals as one of the greatest singles in the entire history of pop. “I’ve always …