THE FRIDAY FIVE – 16.11.2018

1. Jade Bird – Love Has All Been Done Before
2. Johnny Marr – Spiral Cities
3. Editors – Cold
4. Razorlight – America
5. The Strypes – Get Into It

This Monday, sees International Men’s Day. So, as is tradition, here’s a series of musical charts. If you’re celebrating, that’s cool. If it’s just another day for you, that’s cool. Just don’t be a self-hating dick fishing for likes on Social Media about it.

FIVE SONGS BY MALE SOLO ARTISTS

1. Prince – Gold
2. David Bowie – Let’s Dance
3. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – AKA … What A Life
4. Falco – Rock Me Amadeus
5. Kyle Falconer – Family Tree

FIVE SONGS WITH BOY OR MAN IN THE TITLE

1. The Killers – The Man
2. T-Rex – 20th Century Boy
3. Aneka – Japanese Boy
4. Andrew Gold – Lonely Boy
5. Bronski Beat – Smalltown Boy

FIVE SONGS BY ALL MALE GROUPS

1. Europe – The Final Countdown
2. Duran Duran – Ordinary World
3. A-Ha – Take On Me
4. U2 – The Fly
5. Queen – I Want It All

FIVE SONGS WITH MALE NAMES IN THE TITLE

1. Bat For Lashes – Daniel
2. Toni Basil – Mickey
3. Oasis – Little James
4. Sister Sledge – Frankie
5. Fine Young Cannibals – Johnny Come Home

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THE FRIDAY FIVE – 26.10.2018

1. Chvrches – Graffiti
2. Ian Brown – First World Problems
3. U2 – You’re The Best Thing About Me
4. Editors – Cold
5. Mumford and Sons – Guiding Light

THE FRIDAY FIVE – 5.10.2018

1. Pale Waves – Eighteen
2. Muse – Pressure
3. King Princess – 1950
4. Charles Aznavour – She
5. George Ezra – Shotgun

I hate it when Belsonic announces concerts by acts I like and want to see. Pissed up schoolkids, people too thick to put empty bottles in a bin, and scummy tramps stinking of cigs and vapes. I would have preferred it if George Ezra did an Odyssey concert on his March tour.