It’s only right that one of the last Music Monday’s of the year is dedicated to my queen of life, my idol and inspiration for a lot of the creative things I’ve done in my life so far. Gaga’s sixth studio album was a whirlwind of emotions and had a life of its own as…

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Last Friday, Miley Cyrus dropped her new music video for the single ‘Prisoner’ featuring Dua Lipa. The video has been under severe scrutiny since the UK punk band Dream Wife posted on Instagram the side by side comparison of the video concept: ‘Mouth Cam’ from their music video for the song, ‘So when you gunna’…

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Rina Sawayama’s debut studio album Sawayama was released in April this year, fairly early on in this global pandemic. The Japanese/British singer did not postpone the release as some other artists did, in order to keep providing entertainment to society. The artist is known for the eclectic range of genres in her music, from pop,…

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Call me crazy, but there is such an immense allure to the obscure; I just can’t keep well enough alone. I recently happened upon Sergei Paradzjanov’s The Colour of Pomegranites, 1976 via Lady Gaga, of all people … I’ll start from the beginning. On Friday 18th Lady Gaga released the music video for 911 –…

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