Posts Tagged ‘John Newman’

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e June 16th 2016

Drake feat. Wizkid & Kyla stays at No.1, in the UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e June 16th 2016, with One Dance, and it’s just bland, auto-tuned blandy blandness. I find it difficult to get annoyed at such a lazy track, but I’m amazed anyone bought it. There are no new entries in the […]

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e October 29th 2015

KDA Feat. Tinie Tempah & Katy B go straight in at No.1 with Turn The Music Louder, in the UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e October 29th 2015, and it sounds like someone farting into a tuba. As such, Justin Bieber drops to No.5 with What Do You Mean?, and dear, oh dear, what […]

UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e July 30th 2015

Little Mix stay at No.1, in the UK Top 100 Music chart summary w/e July 30th 2015, with Black Magic, and it’s a so-so song, but they’re quite cute. And my favourite keeps changing. At the moment, it’s Jesy 😉 Elsewhere, there are new entries at No.5 for John Newman with Come And Get It […]

UK Top 100 Music chart summary & my views w/e September 27th 2014

Going straight in at No.1, in the UK Top 100 Music Chart w/e September 27th 2014, is Sigma featuring Paloma Faith, with Changing, and it’s her first No.1 single, but it’s a shame she’s had to sacrifice anything worth listening to, to some form of bland dance music. As such, Calvin Harris feat. John Newman […]

UK Top 100 Music chart summary & my views w/e September 20th 2014

Going straight in at No.1, in the UK Top 100 Music Chart w/e September 20th 2014, is Calvin Harris feat. John Newman with Blame, and it’s very much “Calvin Harris’ day off” as it’s bland and predictable. As such, Lilly Wood and Robin Schulz drop to No.2 with Prayer In C, and it’s okay, but […]

Edge of Tomorrow – The DVDfever Cinema Review

Edge of Tomorrow is a film which seems to have been timed for release to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings because that’s essentially what’s on show here, although the Germans have been replaced by aliens. After discussing the impending assault with General Brigham (Brendan Gleeson), Major William Cage (Tom Cruise) inadvertently […]

UK Top 100 Music chart summary & my views w/e April 19th 2014

Going straight in at No.1, in the UK Top 100 Music Chart w/e April 19th 2014, is Sigma with Nobody To Love, and apart from the opening bit which just rips off Squarepusher’s Come On My Selector, it’s so bloody bland that I’ve forgotten the entire thing! As such, Aloe Blacc drops to No.3 with […]

UK Top 100 Music chart summary & my views w/e March 1st 2014

Going straight in at No.1 in the UK Top 100 Music Chart w/e March 1st 2014 is Sam Smith with Money On My Mind, and god knows why it’s No.1. It’s bland dance music at best! As such, Clean Bandit Feat. Jess Glynne drops to No.3 with Rather Be, and it’s very uninspiring pap pop. […]

UK Top 100 Music chart summary & my views w/e January 11th 2014

Going straight in at No.1 in the UK Top 100 Music Chart for w/e January 11th 2014 is Pitbull Feat. Ke$ha with Timber, a track which is one of the most predictable dance tracks I’ve ever heard. The ‘country’ aspect reminds me of the appalling “Cotton-Eyed Joe”, too. Oh dear. As such, Pharrell drops to […]

Christmas UK Top 100 Music chart summary & my views: w/e December 28th 2013

Going straight in at No.1 in the Christmas UK Top 100 Music Chart, unsurprisingly, is X-Factor winner Sam Bailey with ‘Barrel scraper’, I mean, Skyscraper. No, I was right the first time. As such, Lily Allen‘s drippy Keane cover of Somewhere Only We Know goes down to No.6. This year’s “Let’s try and get an […]

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