15 songs by Bob Mould from Hüsker Dü to Sugar and his solo works.
#AtoZBest90sAlbum Week 1
Following up from the really successful #AtoZBest80sAlbums Twitter music challenge by @Pia_Lemonade and @sotachetan, we are back with what is my favourite decade music wise. Lots of albums have lost out but these have been my daily picks throughout the month of April.
Music life in lockdown week 40 – the final edition
Since I started working from home back in March, I had no idea that by Christmas I would still be writing this. This is the final entry for the Music life in lockdown review series. I have really enjoyed going through my collection and listening to lots of music from over the years especially listening … Continue reading Music life in lockdown week 40 – the final edition
Music life in lockdown week 15
This is a review of the albums that I have been listening to whilst working from home. Albums listened to for week 15 cover from 29 June to 3 July.
Music life in lockdown week 10
This is a review of the albums that I have been listening to whilst working from home. Albums listened to for week 10 cover from 25 May to 29 May.
Music life in lockdown week 4
Back for another instalment of what I have been listening to during the Covid-19 lockdown. Working from home has given me the freedom to raid my CD collection and to date I have been enjoying browsing through my collection, picking stuff out that I haven't listened to in ages and creating some themes. This is … Continue reading Music life in lockdown week 4
What leap year was the best for music?
1992 is my pick. What is yours? Based on the music released, which year would you pick? Leap years to choose from:1960, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976, 1980, 1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016. For me it was 1992 and here’s why. What a great year for albums! 1. Rage Against The … Continue reading What leap year was the best for music?
25 albums for 1994
A not so exhaustive list of my favourite albums from 1994.
1993 part 1
1993 kicked off with the Belfast debut of Alice in Chains at the Ulster Hall on 06/03/93 promoting their breakthrough album Dirt. Quite possibly one of the loudest gigs I had been too since AC/DC. This was an amazing show and it was great to see the late Layne Staley live on stage. Alice in … Continue reading 1993 part 1