New Music I’m Loving This Week!

So this week, I have come across some great new songs I’m loving at the moment.  I have a mixture of commercially successful artists that you will most likely already be familiar with as well as some new and/or DIY Artist that you may not have heard before, but I am sure you will also love them just as much as I do once you hear them. Some of the songs I have been kindly sent by the artists themselves which I have mentioned which ones they are, and others I have found on my own. I hope you enjoy this week’s picks. And just to note there are so many great new songs out at the moment but I can’t realistically fit them all into one post, but I really wanted to share these ones this week. Continue reading New Music I’m Loving This Week!

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The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill: Album Review

“I wrote these words for everyone who struggles in their youth who won’t accept deception, instead of what is truth, it seems we lose the game before we even start to play, who made these rules? (who made these rules?) we’re so confused (we’re so confused), easily led astray, let me tell ya that”

For this weeks album from the past, I found myself re- listening to an album I’ve heard in its entirety since I was a little kid and that’s ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’. It was another album Continue reading The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill: Album Review

New Music Wednesday: First Post

So recently I’ve been loving doing my #MusicMondays which has been mainly picking songs from the past that I remember and then looking into and reviewing the album it came from, which I really enjoy doing and will continue to do every Monday. However, I also want to explore and find new music out there right now, as there are so many awesome new songs yet to be heard.  Continue reading New Music Wednesday: First Post

9 to 5 And Odd Jobs; Dolly Parton: Album Review #MusicMondays

So I was listening to “The Very Best of Dolly Parton” Album and thought hey this will be a perfect album to review because I love every single song , but then I was like wait a minute I love Ms Dolly Parton and her music, yet Continue reading 9 to 5 And Odd Jobs; Dolly Parton: Album Review #MusicMondays

Born In The USA, Bruce Springsteen: Album Review #Music Mondays

So it was late in the evening and I was washing up the dishes, usually I have my headphones and playlist on to keep me company while doing such chores, however this time I left them upstairs and didn’t fancy going up to get them , so I put the radio on,  and Fleetwood Mac “Dreams” just finished playing, and Continue reading Born In The USA, Bruce Springsteen: Album Review #Music Mondays

Album Review : (Whats the story) Morning Glory, Oasis: #Music Mondays

So this is first of many music reviews I’ll be doing as part of my Music Mondays! I’ll be reviewing both new and old albums. And to start off with today I’ll be reviewing a classic album that I grew up listening to Continue reading Album Review : (Whats the story) Morning Glory, Oasis: #Music Mondays

Old Music Discoveries Found New Again!

The other day, I came across some great discoveries of good old CD Albums!  From some of the artists  that I grew up listening to. The most surprising part of it all was that I Continue reading Old Music Discoveries Found New Again!

John Stuart Mill: On Defining Pleasure

“Better to be Socrates dissatisfied than a fool satisfied” John Stuart Mill

Pleasure; is an interesting word indeed, it can mean many things, but what is its true worth? Obviously, we all want to enjoy the great pleasures in life, but, what is the definition of a pleasurable life? Are our ideas of pleasure really what pleasure is? How do we measure it?  Continue reading John Stuart Mill: On Defining Pleasure