New Music Friday: Dan off Bastille watches the world but all...

The BriefingPosted on April 26, 2019April 26, 2019Popjustice The Song Of The Week is Doom Days by Bastille. No dis­respect to the Good Grief hitmakers but it feels a bit strange to make Bastille Song Of The Week when Taylor Swift's got a single out. Still, here we are. Doom Days, a claus­tro­phobic love song…

Time once again to update the Best Madonna Lead Singles list

The BriefingPosted on April 17, 2019April 17, 2019Peter Robinson Dancer. Professor. Head of state. Whore. Spy. Traffic warden. Alpaca whisperer. Plumber. Madonna returns today with Medellin which, what with it being the first single from Madame X, means it's time for each and every one of us to fire up the spread­sheets and recon­sider our…

New Music Friday: Lykke Li lays in silence, the silence talks

The BriefingPosted on April 12, 2019April 12, 2019Peter Robinson The Song Of The Week is Midnight Feelings by Mark Ronson and Lykke Li. When you factor in the blissful sad­banger­dom of Nothing Breaks Like A Heart and now the emodisco flour­ishes of this perkily bleak second single, Mark Ronson's forth­com­ing album is already a miser­ab­list…

Marina’s half album drop counts as a semi-beyoncé

The BriefingPosted on April 4, 2019April 4, 2019Popjustice A few years ago, after Beyoncé did the first big surprise album drop thing and changed pop forever and everyone started talking about which artists were going to Do A Beyoncé, Popjustice went into some detail regarding what did and didn't con­sti­tute a 'beyoncé', where Beyoncé's name…

Half a million views in half an hour

The BriefingPosted on April 4, 2019April 4, 2019Peter Robinson Not a bad start for the new BLACKPINK video. I suppose something would have to go very wrong indeed for a new BLACKPINK video not to explode imme­di­ately, con­sid­er­ing they're a) fairly popular and b) have form when it comes to watch­worthy videos. This is such…

Stronger together: Europa, LSD, Silk City and the rise of mergepop

The BriefingPosted on March 29, 2019March 29, 2019Popjustice The only bad thing about March 29 not, after all, being the day the UK throws itself down the toilet is that Brexit doesn't now coincide with the launch of Europa, a col­laboramic superduo com­pris­ing Jax 'Jaxit Means Jaxit' Jones, who is from London, and noted Frenchperson…

Seriously though. THIS GEORGIA SONG

The BriefingPosted on March 29, 2019March 29, 2019Peter Robinson Yes I've already done it as Song Of The Week in the New Music Friday post but you have 100% got another thing coming if you think I'm not going to give About Work The Dancefloor a second post in its own right. What a song.…

New Music Friday: Georgia doesn’t have much in terms of money...

The BriefingPosted on March 29, 2019March 29, 2019Peter Robinson The Song Of The Week is About Work The Dancefloor by Georgia. Georgia's 2018 single Started Out was a slowburn stormer that even­tu­ally found its way into the Radio 1 playlist; Work The Dancefloor somehow ramps up both the pop and the art at the same…

It’s Marina’s Orange Trees video

The BriefingPosted on March 22, 2019Peter Robinson Did you know that by 1987, orange trees had become the most cul­tiv­ated fruit trees in the world? 25 years later, sweet oranges made up 70% of all citrus business. People just fucking love oranges don't they? And there is no doubt that oranges taste delicious. What's better,…

And it FEEEEEEEELS like nudity

The BriefingPosted on March 22, 2019March 22, 2019Popjustice Will Young's new video features the following: Will Young talking into a shoeA motorbikeNumerous bales of hayWill Young's bottom The song's very nice as well though, obviously!! It's the first single from Will's seventh (!) album Lexicon, which is out in June and features col­lab­or­a­tions with Richard…
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