Kylie Minogue Jessie Ware Kiss of Life

"Kiss of Life": Kylie Minogue & Jessie Ware Meet in the Middle of the Dance Floor

"Give me the kiss of life..." During the most locked-down, isolated of days amid the pandemilovato last year, several of our most beloved artists sought to keep us sane by supplying a much-needed escape via the dance floor in our minds - two of whom being Jessie Ware with What's Your Pleasure?…


Jessie Ware Please

Say 'Please': Jessie Ware Extends the 'Pleasure'

Hello! It's been a while. I moved back to New York City this past weekend. Eight years in Manhattan just wasn't enough, I guess. I sort of forgot (okay, minimized in my mind) how much unpacking, buying, fixing and doing is involved in uprooting your life, as well as all of the heavy emotions and…


Jessie Ware What's Your Pleasure

'What's Your Pleasure?': Jessie Ware Finds What Feels Good Again

"Push, press, more, less...here together, what's your pleasure?" Jessie Ware is no stranger to dance music. That's how we first met her a decade ago, crooning across skittering, mind-melting productions from acts like SBTRKT and Joker, as well as lifting off with the popular Disclosure remix of…


Jessie Ware Save A Kiss

'Save a Kiss': Jessie Ware Supplies the Disco Optimism We Need

For just under a decade, Jessie Ware has proven she is physically incapable of leading us astray. The English singer-songwriter's supplied sophisticated, succulent disco servings for the past few months from her forthcoming fourth studio album What’s Your Pleasure? pre and mid-quarantine, from…


MuuMuse Approved: Little Boots - "Shake"

It's been just over two years since BBC Sound of 2009 winner Little Boots, née Victoria Hesketh, unleashed Hands. The stunning dance-pop debut (read the MuuMuse review now!) resulted in several gems, including the hypnotizing "Stuck On Repeat" and the RedOne-produced "Remedy" a storming pop tune…


Florence And The Machine: Lungs (Album Review)

"Happiness hit her like a train on a track, coming towards her stuck still no turning back," Florence Welch whispers above the lulling ukulele of "Dog Days Are Over," the opening track off of her first full-length release. And before anyone can say much of anything, the ropes have been let loose,…