Tag Archives: Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Five Great British Songs That Offer Romantic Advice

Valentine’s Day is one of those events that serves to teach us all an important lesson, namely that no two romantic entanglements (or the lack thereof) are the same. It might seem like everyone is all hearts and flowers all day ...

Doctor Who’s Day Roundup: Matthew Graham Shares His ‘Rebel Flesh’ Secrets

If you’ve been watching “The Rebel Flesh” and enjoying a break from the big story arc stuff of the early episodes in this series, well, we can tell you it’s quite deliberate, AND a throwback to Doctor Who‘s ...

Anglo For Your Ear: Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s “Murder on the Dancefloor”

Can you tell from my Best of 2007 list that I adore Sophie Ellis-Bextor? She’s a pop star, nothing more, nothing less, and she seems to have a good understanding of what’s expected of her.

Sophie Ellis-Bextor Defines Pop; Joss Stone Defends Robbie Williams

I quite like Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Her album, Trip the Light Fantastic, is unavoidable if you go to a New York City bar or club, but she’s still a cult figure stateside.