Belgian pop with a cinematic twist? Ca plane pour moi...
I want doesn't get for Natalie Imbruglia's brilliant, searing break-up record.
The tricky art of going out on a high and how almost no-one gets it right.
Luke gets a lesson in anatomy from Florence Welch and discusses the art of single picking.
2008, and Cyndi Lauper hits the dance floor with predictably brilliant results.
Breathtakingly exciting giggly jazz-pop courtesy of Akiko and Swing Out Sister.
Niall asks the most important question in pop: what happened to Rachel Stevens' career?
This isn't going to be standard confessional pop - if anything it's pop as evidence.
If Into the Popvoid ever creates it’s very own ‘Hall of Fame’ – please Niall, can we have a ‘Hall of Fame’ – my first nomination would go to Roseann […]
I reserve a special place in my heart for the music genre that I shall refer to from now on as the ‘ice cold electro banger’. This relatively niche category […]
Cast your mind back to 2008/09; 80s synth pop revivalism was at its height and it seemed every act (new or established) was trying on a shiny synth style in […]
The legendary music industry figure Simon Napier-Bell probably knows more about creating popstars than Simon Cowell, Pete Waterman and Simon Fuller combined. His career as an artist manager started in […]
The 90s were truly a golden era of female solo singers and whilst many of their careers were short, I still treasure the CDs I hoovered up from Woolworths during […]
Out of all the reasons for a band splitting up, nothing will ever beat the apocryphal tale that All Saints imploded during a row over a jacket. It remains one […]
As Donna Summer (memorably) and Sophie Lawrence (less memorably) pointed out, Love’s Unkind – but if there’s one thing more unkind than love, it’s pop. And specifically pop’s footsoldiers, i.e.) us. […]
Whilst it’s laudable that the good folk at Into The Popvoid seek to give credit to the should’ve-beens of this world, it sometimes feels like the actually-were-hits-but-nobody-seems-to-remembers could do with […]
Over the years, the relationship between reality TV and the pop charts has been a bit of a rollercoaster to say the least. Most obviously, there’s the endless parade of […]
There’s a Christmas cracker worthy pun which states, ‘Nostalgia is just a thing of the past,” but when it comes to pop, it’s always been very much a part of […]
Nowadays we live in a rather lawless society – in terms of music at least – and there’s a battle raging right now to determine the manner of its consumption […]
It might be hard for us to imagine there was ever a time B.T. (Before Taylor), and as painful as it is to remember, we Brits were a little slow […]