Swearing slurs, bemusing behaviours and pop-punk family reunions. Panic! At The Disco dazzled and delivered a borderline contentious act of uncontrollable crowd interactions and candid discussion admitting actions, with a blazing display of illustrious instrumentals and charismatic dispositions at Alternative radio KROQ’s annual Weenie Roast Festival. Backstage at the StubHub Centre in Carson California, a congregation of pop-punk supremacy sent social media into a state of reminiscent satisfaction. A snap…

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Phlegmatic presence, mollified melodies and a demure deportment. Liam Payne’s BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge performance was a short lived stint of a prepossessing boyband member turned sleek solo singer whom is able to balance Pop, R&B, slow jams and acoustic atmospheres in the confines of the Live Lounge. To lead on from Payne’s circlet current sabbatical solo entities debut record entries from the glam Gucci emblazoned Harry Styles’ self…

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Golf buggies, gold microphones and generous flower gifting beside a bombardment of backflips, bar trips and bold hits. Panic! At The Disco’s‘Say Amen (Saturday Night)’ measured up to be a melodramatic sequence of stunts, swedges and scraps synonymous to its sought out super altercation saga, bearing an aptness afterthought of sinners praying for the fighters who fought and fell at the feet of the opposed wondrously wicked Brendon Urie. Collecting…

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Chunky chains, costly cars and characteristic close ups. Liam Payne and J Balvin’s visual for ‘Familiar’ features a sizzling showcase of a jam packed jamboree displaying a suave selection of some of the most superior motors, with a feisty flaunting of frolicking and rollicking that sees Payne strip it down to his toned up torso for a searing, scorching and sultry ‘Familiar’ music video. A track that was tantalised to…

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The meticulous mechanics behind Styles’ dazzling Disco ball hanging, rubix cube representations and circular centre stage are all parties making the tour tick over venue to venue, city to city. Whilst the ‘Kiwi’ crooner conforms to a caring charismatic character comprehended by a crowd of consumers who demand a system of endless support for the live music sector to successfully prosper, it’s the first people in and the last people…

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