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 …

“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 …

Song of the week:Lorde — ‘Green Light’Last night someone on Twitter was a bit critical of this song, saying that it sounded like Sia, Robyn, Ellie Goulding and Florence ‘+’ The Machine. Now correct us if we’re wrong but a song that sounds like four diverse but brilliant artists — while also …