Tinie Tempah Sweeeet was the level of energy that hit the room when Tinie Tempah began with the intro from his album Disc-Overy. It was like a lyrical machine gun blasted the crowd as every person in the room, arms raised, jumped to the base line. It was a perfect start to his gig, the room was pumped. You could feel the love when he began Wonderman and each raised pair of hands in the room swiftly made the W sign. Everything was going great..


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Brother "Little fucking posh lads with tattoos" as Liam Gallagher calls them, or as small but ever growing 'in-the-know' pockets of the country refer to them - Brother - rocked up at the tiny The Bodega in Nottingham. It was gonna be interesting...


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Rumer Imagine, just imagine, that The Graces of poetry and music summoned the likes of The Carpenters, Carole King, Julie London, Dusty Springfield, Bert Bacharch, Mary Coughlan and Herb Albert and asked them to kiss some of their magical muse upon this unassuming, singularly charismatic young lady, (BB already has) Sarah Joyce, who goes by the professional persona of Rumer (after a poet). She records an album; lovers go all moonstruck, kittens and puppies are sighed at in pet shops and your what to get you know who Christmas present dilemma is solved. Of Anglo/Pakistani descent and a history worthy of a tale she’s no overnight success but has worked doggedly these past six years to gain her deserved recognition.


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