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Celebrating a phenomenal career that has spanned the best part of the past 40 years, national treasure Alison Moyet has little left to achieve as one of the most successful and cherished singers, songwriters and musical pioneers of British music. As latest album Other continues to inspire fans who have helped the deep-voiced superstar shift...

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With latest record Silver Eye still relatively warm on the digital shelves, UK synth-pop icons Goldfrapp have been celebrating one of the finest releases of their career to date with a tour of the UK; translating their latest masterpiece onto the stages and giving fans something truly unique and captivating through their flawless performances. Dressed...

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Amy Macdonald is trying something a little different on her current tour, stripping back her sound to an acoustic set which last night landed itself amongst the pews at St John’s Church in Hackney. The Scottish powerhouse took to the stage in front of statues depicting the crucifixion, her voice transcending the high ceilings to...

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Brother band and YouTube sensations Boyce Avenue – made up of Alejandro, Fabian and Daniel Manzano – are currently doing another trek around the world with a heavy songbook in hand, ready and willing to offer their enormous fanbase a night to remember as part of the bands Be Somebody World Tour. Ticking off the...

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I don’t think there was a single person around the world that could escape Riptide; the catchy pop hit that took the summer of 2013 hostage. The track, accompanied by a mesmerizing video where each word is artistically depicted, propelled Australian singer/songwriter Vance Joy to the top of the charts and the musician very quickly...

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The return of The Corrs is something we thought we would never witness again at one point. After selling millions of records thanks to globally successful albums including 1995’s Forgiven Not Forgotten, 1997’s Talk on Corners and 2000’s In Blue, the band decided to put the themselves on indefinite hiatus and pursue solo careers and...

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I have to start this review off by saying: I feel very spoiled lately. It seems London is getting one hell of a smorgasbord of superstar performances this year with some of the music industry’s most talented acts delivering some of the finest shows of their respective careers for U.K. fans. With London being such...

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With the help of one of the eighties most successful and defining acts, London IndigO2 was taken back in time last night with hits that shaped a generation of music fans and sweetened the landscape of pop music. Belinda Carlisle touched down in the capital; the final UK performance and the very last date of...

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The Royal Albert Hall is no stranger to iconic singer-songwriter Tori Amos. Having performed in the opulent venue in the heart of London several times over the course of her career, it has acted as an applaudable stomping ground for the classically trained songstress as she has delivered her sets to adoring fans who often...

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Grammy award winning New York hard-rock band Living Colour achieved mainstream success with the release of Vivid in 1988. After more than 30 years in the business, the band is re-emerging with their first studio album in 8 years, Shade. The thirteen track album is a blend of blues and metal, with a healthy dose...

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Glastonbury’s finest alternative foursome, Reef returned to London last night for what was to be their final show before the outfit return to their studio dwellings to piece together studio album number 5 of their 20+ year career on the British indie scene, and their first full-length release since 2000’s Getaway. The band, led by...

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Husband and wife duo The Rails were welcomed home to London by an enthusiastic crowd at London’s Borderline venue. Transforming the edgy and angular space into a homely acoustic haven. Playing songs from both their debut album; Fair Warning and latest release Other People to a mixed crowd of fans and friends, Kami Thompson and James Walbourne pulse off...

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Glasgow pop rockers Texas have always been one of my favorite bands. Growing up – and even to this day – the majority of my playlists are occupied by pop tunes of the eighties and nineties with a handful of edgier acts making the cut from time to time. The Glaswegians made a heavy impact...

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