We went on the BBC Radio 1 Review Show for the sixth time earlier this month. Come and listen to what happened when our Deputy Editor, Hugh Platt, got Shrine their first ever play on national radio, and had to describe what listening to a rubbish Rita Ora song was like without resorting to a stream of expletives.
Louisa Rose Allen (born 29 April 1989), better known by her stage name Foxes, is a British singer and songwriter originally from Southampton and now based in London. She is best known for her featured vocals on Zedd's song "Clarity", which peaked at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number one of the US Hot Dance Club Songs, and "Let Go for Tonight" which entered the UK Singles Chart at number seven on 8 March 2014. On 26 January 2014, she won her first Grammy Award Read more on Last.fm
Foxes on Thrash Hits
March 31st, 2014
We’re going back on the Radio 1 Review Show this week – our sixth time in total. It’s April Fools’ Day too, but we’re maintaining that’s merely a co-incidence, rather than a cutting social comment on our critical faculties that’s being delivered thanks to some fortuitous scheduling. Anyway, you can tune in to the show on Tuesday evening at 9pm BST to hear our Deputy Editor Hugh Platt and fellow guest Foxes talking about a whole load of fresh new music with the show’s host, Edith Bowman . You can listen in through your web browser, via your digital TV (it’s on Freeview channel 700, or thereabouts), or by tuning your old fashioned analogue radio to 97-99FM. You can tweet in using the hashtag #r1review, and tell Hugh that his taste in music is nothing but hipster nonsense and/or mainstream false metal. We leave it up to you.