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April 20 2014 Latest news:
Like Howie B, Paolo Nutini is another Scotsman who’s spent half a decade perfecting his next release, and by this evidence, patience is a virtue.
Heralded as one of the lynchpins of the ‘90s trip-hop scene, Howie B has always treated genre as a fluid concept, but even by his standards Down with the Dawn is a diverse affair.
It’s not often that a writer unhappy with the ending of his film gets to change it 28 years later.
It’s telling that Harry Hill’s eccentric take on ITV’s X Factor required the invention of only a handful of new characters.
The CBeebies will be appearing at Wembley Arena as part of an Easter tour of the UK.
A surprising - and welcome - debut that spits out grunge, pop and electro cuts with beguiling confidence.
The latest salvo from the unlikely heroes of stately and understated English songwriting.
Don’t expect another slice of The English Riviera’s slick electro-pop from Joseph Mount et al. Awkward, inward... lovable?
Third outing for the girl who clearly wants - and arguably deserves - more than Motown re-rubs and peppy wronged-woman rants. Maybe next time?
Propulsive beats and surreal, attention-grabbing electro makes for a record that punches above it weight.
Josh Mease’s introspective, ambient pop proves there’s more to Lapland than reindeer and a bearded jolly man.
More tape-deck recordings and song scraps obscure a smattering of minor gems from the Ohio veterans.
You’ve watched them on your television sets now it’s time to see them live at Wembley Arena this weekend.
The former Smiths frontman’s third LP from the early ’90s gets remastered - and kicks harder.
As midwestern stereotypes go, Eric Wininger had it all. Living a small-town life in Bloomington, Indiana, the married father of three was a wood-chopping, motorcycle-riding churchgoer who earned his keep selling ink toner from door to door.
Northerners’ debut strives to hit the mark with a dose of classic, orchestral retro-pop and melancholy.
A New York City garage guitar band all wrapped up in the highs and lows of the city’s underbelly. But 10 years too late? Not quite...
David Attenborough introduces you to his favourite extinct creatures as they come alive on one magical night in London’s Natural History Museum.
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