Coldplay – Everyday Life I try not to listen to Coldplay. Despite hating when people divide artists’ discographies into “good old” and “crappy new” stuff, I have to admit that Coldplay should have ended at its peak with Mylo Xyloto and the viral single Paradise. Or maybe even earlier, sometime around “Fix You”, which is … Continue reading The worst songs I heard in 2019
If we met at least once then you know how much I love Lana Del Rey. She's my number one artist and I can't imagine my relationship with music without her. Ironically, New-York-born queen of disaster and hopeless romanticism was first introduced to me at the age of fifteen by a middle school friend, a … Continue reading Lana Del Rey appreciation post
Madame X is a dog's dinner, but delicious! Annoyingly, Madonna somehow managed to become a joke, at least within my circle of friends. That is not because of her age as many would assume, but her rather desperate efforts to follow the trends and appear "on top of the music world". The last few albums … Continue reading Madonna “Madame X” – Review
This Detroit-born flute-handling singer-songwriter and her major-label debut "Cuz I love you" cuzed a little stir in the music industry due to the loud, body-positive image and often genreless (technically confusing?) tunes. Her newest album is full of musical influences, energetic beats and obviously confident phrases - sung, rapped, yelled... The record opens with a … Continue reading Lizzo: “Cuz I love you”
Amy Schumer is probably the most hated stand-up comedian on the planet. Constantly criticised in America for her controversial jokes and topics she likes to choose for her TV and stand up content, but somehow still influential and loved by lots of famous people in the perfect world of showbiz, glitter and NYC penthouses. I've … Continue reading Equality, feminism, gender roles… My thoughts on Amy Schumer and her new film “I feel pretty”
I remember when I was seven, I had my first English lesson in Poland, in school. We learned how to introduce ourselves to others and say words apple and pear in English. It seems pretty basic, I know, but trust me. Just a few weeks and shit got real. We were translating Dido’s song “Thank you”, together with … Continue reading 5 things I hated while living in London.