Swedish singer/songwriter Tove Styrke has followed up her excellent 2015 album Kiddo with a super-catchy new single ‘Say My Name’. If you’re a Tove fan, you’ll know she also released a song called ‘Call My Name’ in 2010, and she says, “it’s kinda funny, because no one actually knows how to say my name properly!” In case you’re wondering, it’s Tuuur-Vey.

I recently had a chat with Tove for Women in Pop magazine, and you can check it out here.

Michael from Tea or Copy.

Do people get involved with Flashback Friday? Is that still a thing?

Here’s one, anyway.

Five years ago – eeeek – Kylie Minogue returned to Australia for a series of lo-fi, low-key shows as part of her Anti Tour.

Featuring incredible B-sides, rarities and album tracks – and not a feathered boa in sight – it was Kylie at her most authentic.

On the eve of the 30th anniversary of her breakthrough debut hit Locomotion, Ms Minogue is in the studio at the moment recording her new album.

While we wait for that, check out my review here of Kylie’s Anti Tour on the UK review site MusicOMH. 

Women In Pop.

It’s the name of a new magazine dedicated to fearless females in the world of muzak.

The first edition features … ummm…. features on Madonna, Blondie, Rihanna, KLP and Jackie Tech.

The magazine is glossy, colourful and treats female musicians with the respect they deserve. I’m proud to have contributed reviews and features for this issue, so make sure you get out there and support music – and especially females in music – by purchasing a copy.


Michael from Tea or Copy.


Van Halen is one of the loudest, most epic bands on the planet. And, yes, the boys had a reputation for being the most badly behaved! That legendary reputation was confirmed for me five years ago by Ted Cohen, the man responsible for making sure no one died keeping them in check on tour in the 70s and 80s.

If you want to read more about their wild antics, check this article I wrote for LA Weekly back in 2012 just as the band were in the midst of a mammoth comeback tour:  http://www.laweekly.com/content/printView/2175110

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