There's a difference between songs to hook up to, and ones that inexplicably turn you on. A crucial difference.
“I would imagine screaming the lyrics over this cliff edge, hurling all the anger at my family and friends below.”
“This girl I work with is always selling pictures of her feet... He likes it when she curls them around other objects.”
Is there more to an earworm than a snappy hook? I spoke to various clever people in music (I needed to get 'Baby Shark' out of my head).
He appeared on Tuesday night, after the Brexit 'meaningful vote' result, spinning a special political set.
As the company faces closure for the second time in six years, we hear from people about their memories of the British high street mainstay.
In a world of algorithms, angry old music fans and no more HMV, what exactly draws the next generation to their new, favourite artists?
How has the soundtrack for a poorly received circus musical outsold everything else? Yeah, idk.
It's time for a festive round of determining someone's personality based on their interests!
“Saturday Night” by Whigfield turns 25 years old today, so here's a celebration of the good, the bad and the plain strange.
“If he knew me at all, he'd know I hate these bands.”
"I don’t know why your jumper is so fluffy. I’m not into it."