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December 12 2013 Latest news:
Composer Ilan Eshkeri and musician Andy Burrows explain the eternal appeal of The Snowman and how they soundtracked its sequel
Hermit-like folksters plough some fertile fields of hazy soundscapes, occasionally unearthing a ‘proper’ song, for their debut album proper. Is it a good yield?
Once again Goat does what most bands wouldn’t dream of, releasing a live album with just a single LP under their belt. Good job it’s packed with scintillating Afro-flavoured post-punk, then.
This time last year, when the Highgate International Chamber Music Festival first launched, I was bemused by the name – which sounded impeccably old-guard, established and a touch grand for what was actually a brand new venture running over a weekend and set up by three young musicians who happen to live off Highgate West Hill.
A bumper catch of themed compilations trawl through Virgin’s eclectic, impressive past.
The Detroit rapper finds his form and his profane wit once more on this impressive eighth studio album.
The darlings of warm folk-rock somehow keep the show on the road despite the departure of their lead singer and songwriter.
Four piece born out of St Albarns get ready to shake Alexandra Palace
The once notorious Happy Mondays frontman has put his E-popping, pigeon popping days behind him - to go off trekking in search of aliens
‘We’ve been a fake band since 19-fakedy-fake,’ quips frontman Win Butler of The Reflektors – or as they’re better known, Arcade Fire.
A change in direction sees the Ashby-de-la-Zouch outfit go bold and brave, and pull it off.
Leftfield indie stalwarts pull another clutch of vibrant, accessible tunes from their bottomless creative sack.
The songstress tells Alex Bellotti why she’s hoping to pave the way for a new generation of songwriters
Faccini evokes comparison to some of the best names in folk and alt-folk with this lean but poetic self-released LP.
Former students of a Belsize Park arts college including pop star Ms Dynamite returned to their old school to celebrate the centre’s 35th birthday.
Trailblazing innovations saw master organ builder Henry Willis become the darling of the Victorian age - and his work can be seen to this day at Alexandra Palace and cathedrals across the country, discovers Adam Sonin.
Peter Gorb, businessman, pioneering design management teacher, and one of Hampstead’s most charismatic champions, has died aged 87.
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