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Review: Reputation (BRIT Awards International Female Solo Artist Nominee)

Taylor Swift is nomianted for International Female Solo Artist at the BRIT Awards - Meagan takes a look at her latest album...

Big Reputation, big reputation... you and me, we got big reputations” sings Taylor Swift on her newest single ‘End Game’ off her sixth studio album, ‘Reputation’. And if there is one thing this album touches base on, it's how perfectly she said goodbye to the old Taylor.

It was near radio silence from Taylor Swift in 2017, dropping off the social media radar until one day, a snake appeared on her socials and we knew something was up. It hit us like the deep emotions this album so incredibly describes. And now it's up for many awards and Taylor strikes again as an individual, including at this Wednesday's BRIT Awards where she is nominated for International Female Solo Artist.

Her album begins with one of my favorites ‘Ready For It..?’ which quickly became the anthem of College Football (If you know me, that's a big deal).…

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Interview with and Brian David Johnson

James Gilmore interviews the legendary artist-turned-technology investor and one of the country's most renowned futurists

Interview with and Brian David Johnson and Brian David Johnson are not as unlikely a pairing as you may first think.

As one of the founding members of The Black Eyed Peas, and as a talented solo artist and producer, has sold nearly 10M singles in the UK alone. He is also a coach on the UK version of ‘The Voice’ and owns his own fashion label and technology company.

Brian David Johnson is a renowned futurist and roboticist who has authored multiple books including ‘21st Century Robot’ and ‘Vintage Tomorrows’.

The pair first met when they both worked at Intel ( as Director of Creative Innovation, and Brian David Johnson as a roboticist), their friendship evolved whilst discussing artificial intelligence and future technology – which is where the idea for their new book, ‘Wizards and Robots’ came from.

In a future where wizards are real, and robots…

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Interview with The Sherlocks

James Gilmore interviews Kiaran from The Sherlocks about their debut album, supporting Liam Gallagher and more

It must be pretty good to be in The Sherlocks right now.

The four-piece – made-up of brothers Kiaran (lead vocals and guitar) and Brandon (drums) alongside Josh (guitar) and Andy (bass) – released their debut album “Live For The Moment” at the end of 2017, have supported The Libertines on tour and have recently announced a support slot for Liam Gallagher.

The real break-through moments for the band have come from their electric live sets where their chemistry and expert live playing brings the crowd alive - playing sold-out venues across the UK as well as highlight performances at the likes of Reading & Leeds Festival... The Sherlocks have put all fear to rest and prove that the indie-rock resurgence isn't too far away!

The album – released after a string of singles including ‘Will You Be There?’, ‘Chasing Shadows’ and ‘Was It Really Worth It?’,…

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