Shout-out to the Jessicas and Ambers of the world.
For me, X-Factor Fright Night was the best night of the competition until now this season. The majority of the songs (5/9
I like the nod the film gives to Cool Runnings. Of course, this film has a lot to owe that and is in many ways the spiritual sequel. But you've got to commit to the good vibes otherwise you're going to want to faceplant the floor.
Everyone is wearing a Fitbit. Everyone that is except me. I am not wearing a Fitbit and nor shall I in the foreseeable future. I am not even a "bit fit" so it probably is not the gadget for me.
Well, I say 'terrible'. But in creating these, some of them suddenly started to seem strangely profound...
Something about the release of Lost In The Dream seems to make the circle complete. This record is by no means an eighties pastiche (single Red Eyes nods to, if not current Arcade Fire, then certainly The Suburbs) and very much belongs to 2014.
Kevin Bacon would like a word with you about 80s awareness. "Awareness of 80s culture and technology has been in a significant
Sam is five - and his mother Lori is, by her own admission, obsessed with the 1980s. Sam's first drawing inspired by the
In May, we brought you 30 Great Things About Growing Up In 1970s Britain. So we thought it only right that we move it along
Siouxsie has a feline grace from the wildness in her eyes to the way she paces about the stage, tossing her jet black mane, moving around in circles like a caged jungle cat. She was in full command of everything on the stage.