It’s the weekend baby, and what better way to celebrate than with a bangin’ remix to get us shimmying: Niall Horan style.
The Ting Tings have got a fab new album out next week – check out our review here - and current single ‘Do It Again’ has just gotten one hell of a re-swizzle from DJ and producer Max Sedgley. The laid back disco cut gets an injection of full on funk madness with added strings and brass all over the shop, not to mention some excellent 70s cop show style guitars.
We LOOOOVE this.
Both The Vamps and Neon Jungle have taken part in the chicken challenge as part of Heat’s Challenge Tuesday in no other than a Nando’s restaurant. They all had thirty seconds to fold a paper napkin into a chicken – sounds tricky right? It certainly looked it. Take a look below to see which band did better.
Swipe left. Swipe left. Swipe left.
Outside of the dating realm Tinder can be a fun app or a place where you can do your own sociological experiments: people posing with tigers, guys on their boat and other things that made you swipe left for sure.
But this time Tinder gets arty and classy with TINDER GUYS POSING WITH ART.
Because girls love art.
To celebrate the release of Taylor Swift’s new album ‘1989’ AND the release of her limited edition ‘Sneaky Cat’ Keds, we’ve teamed up with the fashionable people at USC to bring you a money-can’t-buy competition.
5 of you lucky lot will be able to get your hands on a pair of Taylor’s limited edition ‘Sneaky Cat’ Keds – but that’s not all, you’ll also get a Keds goodie bag and a pair of ‘Red’ sunglasses. Don’t say we don’t treat you.
To be in with a chance fill out the form below, and then shake it off.
‘1989’ is available to preorder now and available throughout the universe on 27th October.
YOU REVIEW: MP!er Jennifer shares her thoughts on ‘Sick’ by Tom Leveen. His first step into the realms of horror YA fiction.
Describe the plot of ‘Sick’ in a tweet – Less than 140 characters please!
A story of high school friends and the battle they have to stay alive while all around them there are infected students killing any living person they see. [MP! note: Slightly more than a tweet but we'll let you off.]
What genre would you class the book as?
What was the best bit?
For me there wasn’t a best bit I found it additively page turning from start to finish. It really surprised me as I wouldn’t usually go for a book in the horror genre. I really engaged with the storyline between Brian and Kenzie as it was very true to life, almost all of us have known someone affected by cancer and it helped me connect to the characters on a personal level.
Anything you didn’t like?
I don’t think I disliked any part of the book, only the cover as it lacked imagination. The content was well written and kept me engaged though out.
Would you recommend ‘Sick’ to your friends?
I would recommend this book to anyone, it’s easy to read and very well written.
Do you think it would appeal to girls or boys more? Or both?
I think it would appeal to both sexes, there’s different layers to the book and underlying stories.
Anything else you’d like to tell us about ‘Sick’?
The characters in the book were all very believable, Brian and his friends all came to life on the page. This book would make an incredible film!
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After months of speculation, selling out UK arenas multiple times, headlining Hyde Park and hot off the heels of announcing their debut single ‘Air Guitar’ McBusted have announced their first album as a supergroup the catchily titled…..’McBusted’. OK it’s minus 2 for the album title.
And then plus 36986 for this snazzy little dance they do, even Harry would join in while drumming if he could.
Let’s have a butchers at the track listing then:
Hate Your Guts (Feat. Mark Hoppus)
What Happened To Your Band
Get Over It
Riding On My Bike
Beautiful Girls Are The Loneliest
Before You Knew Me
Back In Time
How’s My Hair?
Getting It Out
Additional Deluxe Edition Tracks:
In Da Club
I See Red
‘Hate Your Guts’ is said to have whiffs of punk thrash to it, ooer. ‘Get Over It’ is a super infectious pop hit and ‘Beautiful Girls Are The Loneliest’ is the best ballad since ‘Sleeping With The Light On’ that’s the one you’re going to have to sway with your arms held high.
This album also see’s the lads collaborating with one of their all-tome heroes – Blink 182’s Mark Hoppus who helped them pen ‘Sensitive Guy’ and sing on ‘Hate Your Guts’. Speaking about the experience Tom said: ‘He’d been such a huge influence on our song writing that to finally get in a room with him was so fun, if slightly surreal!’
‘McBusted’ the album is available to preorder tomorrow and will be released December 1st.
We all stayed up late in the UK wondering, guessing, dreaming what Tay Tay’s big announcement would be at her Yahoo! live stream. After listening to ‘Shake It Off’, ‘Out Of The Woods’ and ‘Welcome To New York’ on repeat 89 times each we’re more than a little bit excited for the release of ‘1989’.
To coincide with the release of Ms. Swifts new album Keds have announced the ‘Sneaky Cat’ shoe. Lets have a closer inspection.
You can tell this is Swifty inspired by the, you guessed it addition of a cute kitty. Move over Meredith & Olivia, there’s a curious cat peeking over the outer sides of each of these shoes.
You can never ever EVER have too many black shoes, with the addition of Taylor’s birthday 12-13-89 on the heel in gold script, there’s enough cuteness overload for anyone to rock these over the Autumn months.
Visit www.keds.co.uk for more information on the Sneaky Cat shoe.
Our favourite super boyband One Direction have officially been voted the best act from UK and Ireland for the MTV EMA awards. The boys championed over the likes of Ed Sheeran and Cheryl to win the award which at MP! we believe is pretty darn cool to get.