2020 the highest grossing year in music since 2002- but who are the real winners?

Adele | Hello

Last year broke all streaming records since records began over a decade ago. Commercial radio play listeners were though the roof across all genres and stations across multiple states and countries. It was the toughest year for many industries, but the music industry had somewhat of a revival. The disastrous effect of the pandemic haltered […]

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The many faces of SC.Undercover- Predicting the rise of a Pop megastar

SC.Undercover | Deeper Love

SC.Undercover is the British R&B and Pop artist who has recently been on the radar of bloggers far and wide. But why? Back in 2017 “Broke and Sober” and “5AM on the Eastside” the artists first two singles found their way onto a number of Youtube channels. The songs received acclaim by various music enthusiasts. […]

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Radiohead\’s Kid A, nostalgia of a different kind

Radiohead | Kid A

To those who know, they know. If you ask a Radiohead fan to describe Kid A you’ll probably get a different response every time. Serene, transcendent, manic, discordant, and well, just about every other word that attempts to describe the ineffable. Pretty broad and abstract I know. However, they’ll also probably agree on one thing, […]

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Why is Queen (Still) Such an Iconic Band

Queen | Bohemian Rhapsody

Queen has gained major popularity alongside the years not only for amazing songs such as “Under Pressure”, or “We Will Rock You”, but also for Freddie Mercury’s amazing stage presence. Since Freddie’s passing, actor and singer Adam Levine took his place in the band, and even if his vocals are impressive, there isn’t going to […]

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How music had taken some influence from other timelines along the years

Led Zeppelin | Stairway to Heaven

When you think about music, the first thing that may pop on your head is how much it has changed throughout the years. Music evolved from classical Beethoven to classic rock Led Zeppelin… and it doesn’t stop there either. With the coming of pop music, many artists decided to jump on the wagon and decided […]

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The curse of the successful working class raconteur

Arctic Monkeys | When the sun goes down

There’s a great relatability in a working class person singing songs about their hometown. Especially one with a way with words who can create a captivating story in a three minute song. Think early Oasis or the fantastic “Word Gets Round” by the Stereophonics. But it’s a relatability that often means their music diminishes or […]

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From the blog

Three for Friday – 26th March

If you’re new to the Three for Friday quiz it’s just a bit of fun that goes up on Instagram every week. Three quick questions to test your musical knowledge. Check it out on instagram or Mumubl.com’s other social media sites and let us know how you get on!

Welcome to Version 1.0

So if you’ve never visited before you’re going to notice the site is looking a little different now. It was a lockdown project that has seemingly forever taken a backseat to family life and other paid work and the likes but finally here it is. The previous site incarnation (now archived at historic.mumubl.com) was a […]

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