Love London Love Culture’s Picks of Albums Coming Soon: Saturday 4th September

Here’s a guide to some of the albums Love London Love Culture can’t wait to listen to… What the Future Holds Part 2 – Steps: following on from last year’s album What the Future Holds, Steps are set to release its follow up on the 10th September. Featuring 10 new songs as well as special… Read More

Love London Love Culture’s Romantic Playlist: 2021

With Valentine’s Day upon us, Emma Clarendon (with assistance of her friends) selects 10 songs that should be on your romantic playlist…. How Long Will I Love You – Ellie Goulding: delicate but heartfelt, Ellie Goulding’s song is a real must-listen to on Valentine’s Day. It feels genuine and never over the top, thanks to… Read More

Review Round Up: No. 6 Collaborations Project by Ed Sheeran

The singer has collaborated with artists such as Stormzy, Justin Bieber and Camila Cabello for his latest album.   Pitchfork: “few releases have been as baldly transparent and destined for ubiquity as No.6, which has all the conspicuous mining of a Drake album, but very little of the finesse or cultural fluency.” Rolling Stone: *** “Sheeran’s… Read More

Review Round Up: ‘÷’ by Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran returns with his third studio album which includes the songs ‘Shape of You’ and ‘Castle on the Hill’. But what have critics been saying about it?  Consequence of Sound: “Each passing cycle saps a little more life from the record, until we’re left with background music, fluff that goes in one ear and… Read More

New Albums to Expect in 2017…

2017 looks set to be a big year in music – particularly with all these albums coming out…  ÷- Ed Sheeran: having taken a break from music for the lat year, the singer has been dropping massive hints about his new album – including the release of two tracks from the upcoming album today (6th January).… Read More

Most Played Artist and Pop Track for 2015 Revealed

Music licensing company PPL has today revealed its annual PPL People’s chart, which shows that Ed Sheeran as the Most Played Artist, while Mark Ronson’s release of Uptown Funk was named the Most Played Pop Track of 2015.  This latest People’s chart means that Ed Sheeran has jumped from third on last year’s survey to… Read More