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Posted 4 Aug 2014 @ 6:38pm


There’s a lot of people who love and adore Lily Allen. These people aren’t exclusively female, and these males and females aren’t just teenagers. Tonight at Festival Hall the crowd ranged from middle-aged women admiring the mother of two, to teenage boys excited by the saucy star’s recurring sexual innuendo.
So, what sets Lily Allen apart from your regular pop star? When...

Posted 11 Jun 2014 @ 10:20am

Lily Allen knows exactly what it takes to be a pop star. And she’s not interested in doing it anymore – not one bit. Her first two albums, Alright, Still and It’s Not Me, It’s You, crowned her as both the darling of the British pop media and the queen of the sales charts, but her return this year with Sheezus brought with it a shock backlash of criticism in the mainstream press and on social...

Posted 16 May 2014 @ 7:45am

Alongside her headline duties at Splendour In The Grass, Lily Allen will stop by Melbourne for a one-off performance this July.


The sharp-witted and ever-talented Lily Allen is no stranger to Australian shores, having visited in 2009 on her It’s Not Me, It’s You world tour and then on the 2010 Big Day Out bill.
Allen's 2014 visit follows the release of her latest...

Posted 12 May 2014 @ 12:37pm


After bursting onto the scene with hit Smile back in 2006 via debut album Alright, Still and consolidating her reputation as pop's First Lady of the outspoken with 2009's follow up It's Not Me, It's You, Lily Allen is back with Sheezus.
A five-year musical hiatus that was initially a full blown retirement saw Allen do some growing up, get married in 2011 and have two...

Posted 6 May 2014 @ 1:51pm


It’s sad to see Lily Allen, once a compelling, dangerous pop star, exacerbate her wit with a dumbfounding propensity for contrived meme cultivation in each of Sheezus’s featherweight singles so far, here with the slightly passable title track. The talking point is the name-checking chorus, merely listing the popstars who slayed in 2013, treading water in their wake without a tell-don’...

Posted 13 Jan 2012 @ 4:06pm

Fiery English singer-songwriter Jessie J is on her way, both for Future Music Festival and a series of sideshows to follow – who’s keen? 


We sure are, especially with news that she’ll have fellow Brit and Future Music act Professor Green in tow. The Hackney wild child’s debut album Alive 'til I'm Dead was a surefire chart-stormer, featuring appearances from the likes of Lily...

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