Single Review: Florence + the Machine – Sky Full Of Song

Florence + the Machine is back! They released a comeback track ‘Sky Full of Song’ for Record Store Day. Continue reading

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The best pop singles of 2015

2015 has been a great year for popular music! We saw a lot of amazing artists come back and new talents making their way to the top. It’s that time of the year again where we decide what were the best pop moments in 2015. This is A Bit of Pop Music’s Top 50 of Best Singles of the Year where we go from The Weeknd to Jess Glynne and Adele to Justin Bieber! Continue reading

The Best Pop Albums of 2015

2015 has been a great year for popular music! We saw a lot of amazing artists come back and new talents making their way to the top. It’s that time of the year again where we decide what were the … Continue reading

The best pop videos of 2015

2015 has been a great year for popular music! We saw a lot of amazing artists come back and new talents making their way to the top. It’s that time of the year again where we decide what were the … Continue reading

A Bit of Pop Music’s guide to Flow Festival 2015

Flow Festival 2015

After my little adventure in Germany for Melt! Festival, A Bit of Pop Music goes international once more for Flow Festival in Helsinki, Finland. Flow takes place from 14 till 16 August and a whole bunch of international artists travel to the Nordics to perform. Are you going to Flow, but didn’t you have time to check out the line up? A Bit of Pop Music helps you with a guide of pop artists you definitely should check at Flow Festival 2015.

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Album Review: Florence + the Machine – How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful

Florence + the Machine What Kind Of Man

Florence + the Machine subtle but powerful on dynamic new rcord
We had to wait a long time for this. Florence + the Machine took four years to launch their third album called How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful. After the big and bombastic second album Ceremonials from 2011 it was interesting to hear how Florence Welch had developed in those years out of the spotlight and it turns out, she kept all the good qualities of her musical output so far, but did shake things up more than a little with a more subtle and restrained approach.

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