Lights Out begins with Will Schuster telling the New Directions about the competition for Regionals and explaining that they have to ‘go big’ – when the power goes out.
I’ve not heard many bands that had quite the same kick as Pendulum did. Their unbelievable fusion of metal guitars and house-typical synths were unmatchable – and then I found Parachute Youth.
The episode begins with Finn (Cory Monteith) at college, partying and accidentally participating in Harlem Shake scenes (very current Glee, well done, but we don’t need to see it so much!) all over campus. He seems to really enjoy it.
Fela Kuti, Jewish food and The Great Gatsby are just some of the reasons why the rainy weather ahead ain’t keeping us in this weekend – so throw on the wellies and head out to tuck into this cultural smorgasbord of music, ballet, exhibitions, film – plus a curious late night at the Wellcome Collection that’s nothing to be “sniffed” at.
The democracy of blogs and Spotify mean that we can all be on Desert Island Discs.
This week, Glee meets reality. I feel this is necessary every couple of episodes, just so that I know that it’s actually rooted in the real world and not some weird place where everybody has amnesia and nobody talks about things that happened in the last week.
Meet Lyrically Challenged, a group of artists with a twist, who are on a particular mission.
All of the big three, in fact: X-Factor, The Voice and Britain’s Got Talent contacted Bobii in hope of luring him to the small screen
If you stepped foot in a club – or even a bar that plays music – in the late noughties, you’ll remember Ian Greenidge, better known by his alias ‘Donae’o', and his hugely popular track ‘Party Hard’
This week our cultural smorgasbord is offering you a bit of alternative art, fascinating theatre, hip-hop jams, comedy and a journey to Notting Hill for gourmet popcorn.
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