Here’s the first installment of my top 50 Christmas songs ever. As we hit the month of December and the decorations start to go up (at least a month or so after the shops!) it’s time to whip out that old copy of ‘Now! That’s What I Call Christmas’ and enjoy the festive-flavoured songs that […]
My office has a tradition in having themed summer parties. As last year’s general theme was sports, this year we decided to spice it up. Being a democratic organisation and all, themes were suggested and votes were cast as to see what everybody would like to do. Democracy prevailed and the theme was sorted out: […]
Finally, Edwin Ortiz Mac Miller is here with new album “Swimming” It is a 13-track project and a proper follow-up just of his “The Divine Feminine”. For his fans, Miller shared three songs including “Small Worlds” at end of the May. After that, Miller dropped “What’s The Use?” featuring Snoop Dogg, Syd, and Thundercat. Mac […]
Ennio Morricone, The Sound Of The American West, Dies At 91 The iconic Italian composer, who scored The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and more than 500 other films, died Monday in Rome.
It wasn’t a hard job putting together a playlist for May, as it’s been a good month for great new music. The below playlist features the pick of what I’ve covered over May on All-Noise – plus a few extras I’ve not had time to feature. Stream the full May playlist here, and see below […]
It’s been another busy month in the world of awesome new music, and we’ve done our best to collate the creme de la creme of all that was amazing in May 2014 into the below playlist. In it you will find a fair amount of La Roux, who burst back onto the scene this month […]
April was a pretty busy month in music – just a quick read through the music news will tell you that. Kasabian announced their new album, Liam Gallagher sent everyone into a mini-meltdown about a possible Oasis reunion, Glastonbury announced the first raft of acts for this years festival and there was also the small […]
Your Anti-Anxiety Playlist: ‘Xanadu’ Listeners share the songs that make them feel calm during this stressful time. Read more on NPR
Two new tracks from the Klaxons, a new one from Gruff Rhys, the return of both Howling Bells and Little Dragon, killer remixes from Four Tet, Kanye West, Mssing No and brand new tracks from exciting up-and-comers like JUNGLE, Circa Waves, Hockeysmith and more. It’s safe to say February was a pretty awesome month in terms of great new music.
Below I’ve put together the cream of the February crop into a handy playlist – which you can also find on the All-Noise Soundcloud page. Check it out and let me know what you think…
The past year or so of film has been full of major events, from huge sequels to award-winning masterpieces. But among all of the spectacular film events, one thing not to overlook is the fact that we heard some truly incredibly soundtracks and scores. 10. Cloud Atlas Like the film itself, the “Cloud Atlas” score […]