“It was chunky.”
Performing around the country.
“I remember being inspired.”
Including Australian Marriage Equality.
A one-off, exclusive performance.
Something is going on.
That must mean it’s coming soon.
Sam Smith also popped by.
“It was the worst moment of my life”
Sam Smith has won the Golden Globe for Best Original Song this year, winning for his Bond theme Writing’s On The Wall
ARIA release the end of year album and singles charts with Mark Ronson and Adele the big winners of 2015
Putting Sam Smith‘s recently released Bond theme to shame, this mash-up of Adele‘s theme song for Skyfall and Queens Of The Stone Age‘s No One Knows is the Bond theme we always wanted but never knew existed. Expertly mixed by DJ Poulpi, the mash-up blends Josh Homme’s vocals from the driving lead single off 2002’s
His name is Smith. Sam Smith . And he’s just unveiled a new tune called Writing’s On The Wall, which just so happens to be the official theme song for the new James Bond flick, SPECTRE. The coiffed R&B crooner is the first solo British male to perform a Bond theme in 50 years, since
Disclosure and Sam Smith know they’re the perfect pairing and they’re milking it for all it’s worth, this time teaming-up for a flawless cover of Drake’s Hotline Bling. For BBC’s Radio 1 Live Lounge, which is the same sort of deal as triple j‘s Like A Version, Smith and Disclosure added some club vibes to
After teasing the news on social media, British singer Sam Smith has confirmed he has recorded the new theme song for the next James Bond film SPECTRE. The song, titled Writing’s On The Wall, will be released later this month. Smith sent fans into a frenzy today after posting a photo (below) to social media
With music streaming services now dominating the global music market, the huge amounts of data created by the likes of Spotify, SoundCloud and YouTube say a lot about which artists we’re listening to the most. In the first six months of 2015, music streaming services clocked up over one trillion track streams, according to Next
There’s no doubt that Sam Smith is a big name in modern pop, but he’s gone completely unrecognised during an expertly-handled TV photobombing, and there’s footage to prove it. While in the US city of Denver recently, Smith swung by the Red Rocks Amphitheater just a few hours before his performance there, but the English
Never afraid of sharing his opinions on the world of pop music, Morrissey has taken a swing at pop heavyweights Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran, saying that “things can’t possibly get any worse” now that there’s no spontaneity in pop. When asked about the success of pop musicians in a recent interview with Boulder Weekly,