Music Video of the Week: Disconnected, Jennifer Davies

Our selection for music video of the week is Jennifer Davies’ Disconnected. The video, which was directed by long-term collaborator Maxx Peter, features fashion pieces from designer Nabil Nayal and captures the defining moments of Davies’ career by using a snappy Polaroid picture format. It was filmed in the wind farms of Palm Springs in…

Music Video of the Week: The One, Wolf Colony

Music Video of the Week: The One, Wolf Colony This week’s music video of the week comes from anonymous singer-songwriter Wolf Colony with his stunning new track The One. The video features real life couples doing normal and everyday things such as strolling, shopping and jogging. It’s a simple and sweet accompaniment to the catchy track. In Wolf…

Music Video of the Week: Ghosts, Laura Welsh

Music Video of the Week: Ghosts, Laura Welsh Laura Welsh’s Ghosts is not only our music video of the week, but it’s also our first video pick for 2015. Starting with the background sounds of city life, this simple yet beautifully shot video switches between footage of New York’s cityscape and Welsh singing. In keeping…

Culturefly’s 13 Best Albums of 2014

Culturefly’s 13 Best Albums of 2014 My two albums picks have been featured on Culturefly’s best albums of the year. Royal Blood -Royal Blood My outstanding album of the year is Royal Blood’s self-titled debut. As the recipient of the BBC’s Sound of 2013, Royal Blood gained a lot of media attention for being a rock band…

Music Video of the Week: Run -San Cisco

Music Video of the Week: Run -San Cisco This week’s music video of the week is San Cisco’s bold and colourful Run.  The fun-filled video was created by filmmaker and photographer Matt Sav, who also produced an unofficial version. It features stock-footage, lots of shiny lycra and a bit of casual exercise, resulting in a multidimensional video that has trippy…

Lionel Richie To Play Glastonbury 2015

Lionel Richie To Play Glastonbury 2015 Lionel Richie has been announced to play the Sunday teatime slot at next year’s Glastonbury festival. The singer, who is set to follow in the footsteps of Dolly Parton, Shirley Bassey and Neil Diamond, is the first big name confirmed for Worthy Farm. The festival slot will mark the…