What an interesting year for music. The hits that weren’t. But that doesn’t mean we didn’t have great tracks and albums, it just meant you had to look for them. And look I always do.
Welcome to the newest Annual, the Annual 2013. Back again, its been a real pleasure selecting my favourite tracks from the past year.
2012 has definitely been a good year for music. The Annual 2012 still stands the test of time. Looking back, late additions like Levels by Avicii (First time on The Annual) went on to be big hits in 2012. But equally one of my first choices Turn It Down by Kaskade with Rebecca & Fiona still regularly plays on dance radio.
Kylie Minogue sparked a small controversy recently over comments she directed about Madonna’s latest MDNA tour. The negative comments were about her flashing her boob at a recent concert and the style of a particular majorette or cheerleader outfit.
Kylie Minogue is celebrating 25 years in the industry this year, dubbed K25. As part of the celebrations, each month has a surpise for fans. This month it was an explosion with her newest single Timebomb.
It is here again! A collection of my favourite tracks from the past year. A wonderful birthday tradition! Yes, it is The Annual 2012.
Madonna has just released her latest track entitled Give Me All Your Luvin. She had taken a four year break from music after her last album Hard Candy didn't fair so well. So has she improved her game?
She has been called Australia's biggest export. She has been called the face of Australia. She is Australia's biggest selling artist and now she has been inducted in to the ARIA Hall of Fame during the Australian Record Industry Association awards on Sunday November 27th 2011.
Every year since 2002 for my Birthday I have created a compilation of my favourite music discoveries from the past year.
The music album of the year for me was easy. It hit number on the UK charts, has spun off a world tour and has brought the clubs dancing. I’ve always been a dance music fan, and this artist is known for her dance music.