Living Streets Conference
Living Streets, the old Pedestrian Association, is running a free conference on Saturday at Coin ...
June 18 2013 Latest news:
Their trademark glacial, widescreen and delicate beauty is blown into stormier waters following the departure of multi-instrumentalist Kjartan Sveinsson. The result? No lifeboats needed.
The Paul Weller-endorsed, choppy Brit-rock boy returns, but is there any staying power beneath the bold sonic bluster?
The Sixteen choir had its roots in classic repertory but its programme is now a ‘mixed bag’ with modern contributions
Innovative band lends traditional Indian music with elements of soul, blues, jazz and reggae
Josh Homme spreads his creative wings, with startling results.
Fleshing out their understated but beautiful debut, this London duo deliver a beguiling follow-up.
This year’s Proms at St Jude’s Festival includes three top quality concerts for kids and families, and what’s more, they’re all free!
Marling reveals a new, assured maturity in this extensive, 16-track album. And it’s a cracker.
None-too-clever satire laps against the shores of humdrum jazz-pop in Pando’s latest excursion into the obscure.
Pioneering musician juggles fame with fatherhood as London beckons
Don’t assume the light’s fading in this star. Her return offers more than meets the eye, if you’re willing to look past the odd mistake.
A debut record that offers plenty of tunes to move your feet – and maybe even your soul, too.
When the Sex Pistols broke up, it was seen by many as the definitive punk statement. Much like the genre’s trademark three-minute songs, they shone brightly and burnt quickly. For Irish rockers The Undertones, it was a route they had initially intended to follow themselves.
Niblett’s trademark intensity is met with softer elements that will widen her appeal without diminishing her gritty vitriol.
Primary school pupils held a rally to raise awareness of children around the world who do not have access to education.
In the latest of our series commemorating the life and work of people honoured with blue plaques, Adam Sonin explores the fascinating history of soap manufacturer and philanthropist William Lever.
The son of the man who wrote the cycling world’s bible paid tribute this week to his late father, who died aged 72.
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