REVIEW: Symphonic Suites by Andrew Lloyd Webber/ The Andrew Lloyd Webber Orchestra

This sumptuous recording highlights the power of music in terms of storytelling. Recorded at the Theatre Royal Dury Lane, this gorgeously put together album features three symphonic suites composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber – one each for The Phantom of the Opera, Evita and Sunset Boulevard and showcases the music in a beautifully clear way.… Read More

NEWS: Tom Solomon to Release New Album

The West End actor has confirmed that he will be releasing his new album Musicals Vol.1 on the 10th December. Following on from his 2016 album Beautiful Day, which went to No.1 on the iTunes Classical Chart, Tom Solomon has announced that his new album focusing on songs from the musicals will be released next… Read More

REVIEW: 30 by Adele

The singer is back with a brand new album – but has it been worth the wait? Adele is certainly in a reflective mood on her fourth eagerly anticipated album which sees her dealing with divorce and its impact on her and son Angelo’s lives. On the surface if you have not gone through a… Read More

NEWS: Jonas Kaufmann to Perform at the Royal Albert Hall

The opera singer has announced that he will be bringing his Christmas show to the iconic London venue on the 16th December. The news of this concert will mean that the international opera star will be returning to the Royal Albert Hall for the first time since his performance at the Last Night of the… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Favourite Britney Spears Songs

As Britney is released from the 13 year conservatorship, we pick some of our favourite songs from the singer. Lucky: while musically this song seems to be upbeat, by really listening to the lyrics it is about the perils of fame – of having to be happy in front the camera all of the time… Read More

REVIEW: Into the Unknown by Samantha Barks

This new album from the singer and actress is filled with plenty of treats and is a delight to listen to. Currently starring as Elsa in the London production of Frozen the Musical, it seems appropriate that the album title and opening track from Samantha Barks’s new album is from the second Frozen film and… Read More

REVIEW: Voyage by ABBA

The group are back with their first new album in nearly 40 years – has the wait been worth it? The hype and excitement that has been building up surrounding the release of this album has been extraordinary and now that it is finally here – has it all been worth it? The answer to… Read More

REVIEW: = by Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran is back with a consistently heartfelt and thoughtful collection of songs that reflect the changes in his life since his last album nicely. Uplifting, positive and romantic are just three words that apply to this new album from the singer – which delivers a lovely collection of songs that reflect on the changes… Read More

REVIEW: The Lockdown Sessions by Elton John

Elton John’s latest album is intriguing to listen to as it can’t be easily defined into one particular category – embracing all genres of music. Creating music during 2020 certainly forced artists and musicians alike to find innovative ways to create new albums – but in doing so allows them to really embrace new possibilities… Read More

REVIEW: Music of the Spheres by Coldplay

This latest album from the group once again shows it was designed to be performed live than simply to be enjoyed at home. It would be fair to say that Coldplay are masters of creating songs that really explode into life when performed live on stage as opposed to being simply listened to at home… Read More