Mr Moth returns with his usual mix of cheap jokes and even cheaper knowledge of popular music.
So it’s that time of year again. On Wednesday we’ll be writing about some of our favourite telly of the year, and next week we’ll bring you some thoughts on some of the films of the year. But first, a musical palate-cleanser.
Mr Moth fires the first shot in our Christmas assault with this festive edition of Europe’s Best Popular Music Review Column, looking at contenders for Christmas Number One.
High on legal marijuana, Mr Moth takes a look at the New Music Friday list on YouTube and makes notes (disclaimer may not have been high on the drugs, probably just having some Ribena).
Another month, another selection of pop songs for excruciating “cool dad” Mr Moth to judge on the basis of whether or not they have “a good beat”.
Mostly Pop! A semi-regular wander down the highways, byways and alleyways of popular music with your genial and frankly beautiful host MrMoth.
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Mostly Pop – the unstoppable (we’ve tried) juggernaut of low culture commentary – returns with Mr Moth behind the wheel as usual.
More pop reviews from MrMoth, more machine now than man. This month will go down in history as “The month Moth reviewed Mumford & Sons without swearing”.
Mostly Pop returns from its winter slumber, and finds MrMoth full of the joys of spring. No, honestly.