Win: Tickets To See The Springbok Nude Girls

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Photo Credit – SNG

It’s happening, on the 4th of June Springbok Nude Girls are coming together for a rare live performance at Assembly.

The prolific band who effortless blends pun, jazz, reggae and more will be taking to the stage after the premiere of ‘Spingbok Nude Girls’, which follows their journey.

You’ll also get to see Retro Dizzy and Bam Bam Brown perform alongside Springbok Nude Girls .

Want to win tickets for you and a friend to see them perform at Assembly? It’s simple, all you have to do is:

1. Like Musical Mover on Facebook.

2. Post on the wall stating why you would love the tickets. It can be a few lines / a story / video / photo or anything you can come up.

Tickets are courtesy of Mount Gay Rum.

I’ll see you there!

Watch This: Where Are U Now

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It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of BBC Radio 1 and their Live Lounge sessions. They take the top artists of the moment and give them a new / old / classic / fun song to cover. The results are always interesting and sometimes better than the original.

It spawned some of favourite covers, including Kygo and Parson’ James spin on Tove Lo’s ‘Habits’, The Maccabees, take on ‘Lean On’ by Major Lazer,  Chvrches take on Justin Timberlake’s ‘Cry Me A River’, Ed Sheeran with an old classic by Christina Aguilera, with ‘Dirrty’ and Hozier taking on Ariana Grande’s ‘Problem’.

I recently stumbled upon Florence and The Machine’s cover of ‘Where Are Are Ü Now’ by Skrillex and Diplo, featuring Justin Bieber. It is toned down, in Florence’s signature ethereal and haunting style and promises to be a special listen.

Which do you prefer?

Listen To This: This Is What You Came For

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Photo Credit – Unknown

There isn’t much more I like than an incredible song, that is until it is an incredible cover by some of my favourite artists.

EZY Lima, Koni and Lea Bailey, among others come together on this special rework on Calvin Harris and Rihanna’s latest single, ‘This Is What You Came For’.

The rework is a slowed down, melodic and enchanting take on the upbeat original and it is utter perfection.

You’ll be sure to love it.