Top 5 Tunes (14)

Top 5 Tunes (14)

Here’s another Top 5 Tunes to add to your earphones or stereos.

Madonna feat. Nicki Minaj – B*tch I’m Madonna (Sander Kleinberg Remix)

The best version of this song and forget about all the celebrity music stars involved, this one is rockin’ thanks to the mix of Sander Kleinberg. What a tune. Instant replay!

Tough Love – So Freakin’ Tight

A funny and cool poolside beat.

Jinny – Keep Warm

An original come cheesy pop beat with Summer thrill that is nothing cheesy at all.

Lunch Money Lewis – Bills

A cheeky Jazz-esq/ blues footapper about today’s painful finances.

Rumors – Pep and Rash

A cool club feel sound.

Eurovision 2015 Top 40 Songs (Video)

Eurovision Top 40 2015

A list of the Top 40 songs in the Eurovision Song Contest entries for Saturday’s live contest in Vienna, Austria.

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Check out the video and join us.

Enjoy your Eurovision parties!

Thank You Europe!


Top 5 Tunes (13)

Top 5 Tunes (13)

We do apologise for the delay intended for Friday, past, but due to a technical glitch, the tunes are here for you to add to your playlists now!

Tori Kelly – Unbreakable Smile

A new, urban sound with a fresh approach to current affairs.

Beastie Boys feat. Santigold – Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win (SebastiAn Remix)

Never attempt to fight someone you simply cannot beat. Even if you think you’re above the system.

DJ Snake feat. Lil John – Turn Down For What?!

One of America’s biggest musical hits last year, don’t turn down the amplifier for moany petulance.

Javeon – Intoxicated

A subtle sound to chill to.

Dan Balan – Chica Bomb

One from the past with a cool club beat.

Top 5 Tunes (12)

Top 5 Tunes (12)

Here are another five tracks to fill your playlists.

Madonna – Living For Love

The Queen of Pop is back with another powerful smash hit vital for any playlist this month.

Walk The Moon – Shut Up and Dance

This group number is a fun filled, fruity pop sound with a cool groove to please.

Years & Years – King

After proving to be one of the new musical acts of this coming year, impressing with Desire, Y&Y’s adding another sweet melody.

Above & Beyond feat. Alex Vargas – All Over The World

This dance trio have taken the world stage by storm on their own merit. Think of Swedish House Mafia’s hole (respectfully) filled without any comparisons of either taking the other over.

Jess Glynne – Hold My Hand

After making her name on the hit record Rather Be with Clean Bandit, Jess Glynne has made her name in the pop field. Here’s her newest and fresh tune for you to add to the list.

Top 5 Tunes (11)

Top 5 Tunes

Apologies for the brief time out to all our followers and friends. We’re back with another Top 5 Tunes to expand your playlist!

Majestic & Jungle 70 – Creeping In The Dark (Armand Van Helden Remix)

One for the ravers, dance boppers and groovesters hoping it won’t end.

Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk

Haven’t got this yet? Why not and where have you been? Smooth, fun and a cool beat.

Polyna – Angel

A smooth, slick and stylish sound that is simply stunning.

Nick Jonas – Teacher

Here’s a sweet tune with some sweeter visuals for all concerned.

Gorgon City feat. Jennifer Hudson – Go All Night

A cool pop groove with some silky R ‘n’ B freshness.

Top 5 tunes (10) (Xmas Special)

Top 5 tunes (10) (Xmas Special)

Need 5 top jingles for a last minute Crimbo playlist? We’ve got you covered.

Elton John – Step into Christmas

A bouncy bauble jingle sure to please.

The Pogues Featuring Kirsty MacColl

Classed as the best Christmas song, one listen explains it all.

Mariah Carey – All I Want For Christmas Is You (Dance Remix)

This classic has undergone a makeover with a twist, a dance version!

Brenda Lee – Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree

Remade lots of times, here’s the original in all its beauty.

Celine Dion – Oh Holy Night

A smooth and classic song, made current by this beautiful rendition by Celine Dion.

Barclaycard Mercury Prize 2014 Awarded

Barclaycard Mercury Prize 2014

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The Barclaycard Mercury Prize has been awarded for 2014. Of the twelve nominated contenders the winner was Young Fathers.

Whilst the group are a cool batch an shouldn’t be upset with the fallout, fans, critics and professional musicians could not see the barmy decision with credible light.

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Winner of the Prize 2014, Young Fathers.

The decision was clear from the Mercury Prize institution. They wanted to choose an outsider to seem like FalseFabs didn’t have influence over the ceremony yet lost credibility as a result. Last year we foresore the deserving winner James Blake, which no one else could predict as the winner. This year the Mercury Prize did not want to seem obvious to us so instead chose a random act. This did not really benefit tonight’s winners, made the Mercury Prize look institutional weak and disrespected its own standpoint as a prize.

Last month, when the shortlist was revealed we wrote of the potential winners who could win.

We will share our winning option nearer the time, to maintain a fair judging process. Though we have narrowed down three potential winners. We would hope the Mercury judges panel do not chose to ‘go against’ the deserving winner as an attempt to add difference to FalseFabs being musically in-tune with deserving talent.

As a tough choice, we would have picked GoGo Penguin. You can read the original article here –

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The ceremony was hosted by the ever dry and humourless Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw. Whenever Grimmy is booked for media ‘numbers’ the show fails. Lesson be learned? Probably not.

Well, if there’s an extra space on the panel, drop us an email from the contact tab above.

Though we do congratulate and do not wish to take away from Young Fathers for their contribution to music as a whole.


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Top 5 Tunes (9)

 Top 5 Tunes

Another top 5 cool sounds to get you going.

Charli XCX – Break the Rules

The new one from the Boom Clapper is here equally exciting and fun.


Capital Cities – One Minute More

A cool kick to start the day.

Meghan Trainor – All About That Bass

Popular beat and not siimilar to the mass typical adds a diffferent sound here.

Lorde – Yellow Flicker Beat

Soundtrack to The Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 1 comes from the outstanding musical talent Lorde setting the tone of the song.

East 17 – House of Love

One of the classic bands in the 1990’s, East 17 had a bundle of hits. This was one of their best.

Top 5 tunes (8)

Top 5 tunes (8)

Another 5 smooth grooves to add to your playlist are below.


Cascada – Blink

Never failing a strong club classic, Cascada have another long-stay here.


Katy Perry – This Is How We Do

Perry returned a few weeks back with a tongue in cheek sound. Bubblegum pop? Everyone likes a guilty pleasure.

Tom Novy – Your Body

Just as the new series of Strictly Come Dancing is set this Friday in the UK, here’s one to set the groove mood.

Storm Queen – Look Right Through

A club classic with a difference. Mellow, hip and groovy, let your inner jive bunny out. That is a bunny, right?

Snow – Informer

A blast from the past, in 1992 saw one of the alltime classics from an urban badboi. With an I, boi.

Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize 2014 list released

Barclaycard Mercury Prize 2014 albums listed

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There is no denying 2014 has become ‘The Year of the Woman’ with the UK flurrying to boost females in top dog positions with government and corporation institutions. Last year FalseFabs foresore and predicted the leading winner James Blake, an outsider no-one recognised, except for the judges as well. The list, revealed last week on Thursday is below.

This year a woman should not win ‘just because’ but there are some strong credentials on offer from them. Though the boys are providing strong competition too. We have a few faves based on their talent and leading acts are – (in no order) Anna Calvi, GoGo Penguins and East India Youth.

We will share our winning option nearer the time, to maintain a fair judging process. Though we have narrowed down three potential winners. We would hope the Mercury judges panel do not chose to ‘go against’ the deserving winner as an attempt to add difference to FalseFabs being musically in-tune with deserving talent.

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2013 Mercury Prize holder James Blake

The prize is awarded on October 31st.



Anna Calvi – One Breath

Bombay Bicycle Club – So Long, See You Tomorrow

Damon Albarn – Everyday Robots

East India Youth – Total Strife Forever

FKA Twigs – LP1

GoGo Penguin v2.0

Jungle – Jungle

Kate Tempest – Everybody Down

Nick Mulvey – First Mind

Polar Bear – In Each and Every One

Royal Blood – Royal Blood

Young Fathers – Dead



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