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Interview with Lauv

11th June 2017 | Music

Lauv (aka Ari Leff) is almost as complex as his stage name is to pronounce (we’re under good authority that it’s pronounced LOWV – but we’re still not quite sure).

Once of the brightest new sparks in the world of pop, his debut single ‘The Other’ launched him into the stratosphere. With over 84M streams of the track on Spotify, it’s fair to say it’s quite a banger.


Having released EP, ‘Lost In The Light’ in 2015, featuring the single ‘Reforget’ which topped the Spotify Global Viral Chart – he then had a slight dry spell, and it was until this year that he caught our attention once again, with latest single ‘I Like Me Better’.

The pop-turned-R&B-kinda-but-not-really track shows just how ‘on it’ Lauv is with his lyricism and his ability to make tracks which are just pure audio heroine (slight Lorde reference there).


James Gilmore interviewed Lauv about touring, how he writes massive pop tunes and what we can expect next…

Broadcasted exclusively worldwide on W!ZARD Radio Station.

James Gilmore interviews Lauv

James Gilmore interviews Lauv about touring, how he writes massive pop tunes and what we can expect next. (7 minutes)

21 Questions with Myles McCaulskey - Episode #1

10th June 2017 | Music

Music is apart of every day life – but how much do you actually know about it?

In his new game 21 Questions, Myles McCaulskey tests the public’s general knowledge on their music trivia.

Participants answer, you guessed it, 21 Questions – 10 questions on a special subject of their choice, and then 11 general knowledge music questions.

You’ve got 21 Questions to get right, how many can you get?


This week, Myles McCaulskey plays 21 Questions with caller Tora.

Broadcasted exclusively on W!ZARD Radio Station.

21 Questions with Myles McCaulskey - Episode #1

Myles McCaulskey plays his new game 21 Questions with caller Tora. (15 minutes)



You can hear Myles McCaulskey exclusively on W!ZARD Radio Station, every Saturday from 4pm (UK time). Hear his latest episode on W!ZARD Repeats, here.

James Gilmore on Taylor Swift v Katy Perry

9th June 2017 | Music

When it comes to feuds, this one’s pretty petty.

Taylor Swift and Katy Perry have been battling it out for a while now. It all started back in 2012 when, after Taylor had broken up with John Mayer, Katy started dating him (this happened after the slight Russell Brand glitch in history).


Skip a few years – three of Katy Perry’s dancers for the California Dreams tour received a place on Taylor Swift’s Red tour. The dancers skipped on to Taylor’s tour, but with an understanding that they would be needed for Katy’s Prism tour which would start before the Red tour was over.

Comprendé?

As planned, the dancers moved back to Katy Perry’s tour before the Red tour was complete and then the beef really started.

Taylor Swift released Bad Blood about Katy Perry – and more recently Katy Perry released Swish Swish about Taylor Swift.


So – why are we telling you this very long story?

Friday 9th June was the release date of Katy Perry’s much anticipated album Witness and guess what surprise dropped that very same day? TAYLOR SWIFT PUTTING ALL OF HER MUSIC BACK ON SPOTIFY.

Although there’s no official confirmation that these are connected, we love drama. Here’s what James Gilmore had to say.

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James Gilmore on Taylor Swift v Katy Perry

James Gilmore is outraged by the latest episode of Katy Perry and Taylor Swift's drama. Here's what he has to say... (5 minutes)