The Army of Lovers is celebrating 20 years of Crucified. This song was so incredible and shocking for it's time. So infectious and likeable, the imagery, probably tame now, was slightly shocking to see gay people portraying themselves his way. Very post-modern and aware.
Fashion & Music in the & I loved TLC as well! In conjunction with grunge, another fashion trend that was seen in the was inspired by the influx of hip-hop artists as the sagging-jeans era began in the early and carried through into the
London Grammar - If You Wait. Hannah Reid of London Grammar is like Florence Welch with restraint added, which somehow makes it even more powerful. Possibly my favorite album of the year it has touches of Portishead, which is a huge compliment in my book.