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the general population. Do it off the field. Think there will be a discussion about the entire issue including the policy, including all of the various elements that have been raised over the last four weeks, Lockhart said. It will be interesting to see how this ends up.. Smart, contentious player, McVay said. Gary Kubiak […]

In the same week that saw him surpass a cool 200 million streams on Spotify, the new single from Ireland’s Gavin James – ‘I Don’t Know Why’ has been added to the Radio 2 A-list, alongside a Record of the Week slot at Virgin Radio. Ahead of a sold-out headline tour running through April – including London’s Kentish […]

Irish singer-songwriter Lisa Hannigan is premiering the latest video to be taken from her critically acclaimed album, At Swim. The video is for the album-track ‘Undertow’ and is premiering over at NPR now, you can head to the premiere here or find the video below. “Hannigan’s soaring vocals never falter” The Guardian **** “Music that sneaks up and […]

Benjamin Clementine has been confirmed to appear at this year’s Coachella Festival, performing at the Californian festival on Friday April 13 and Friday April 20 alongside headliners Beyoncé, Eminem and The Weeknd. News of the festival appearance arises following an extensive EU and UK tour, which included a stop at London’s Brixton Academy in early December. The […]

Hannah Georgas has been announced to play The Great Escape’s First Fifty showcase which will take place in East London on the 22nd of November. Hannah’s latest album, For Evelyn came out earlier this year to widespread praise (Uncut, Q, Sunday Times, NPR), with Tegan and Sara also being vocal fans, you can read what they said here.​ Inspired by her […]

Rachael Yamagata has announced details of her fourth LP, Tightrope Walker, which will be released via Frankenfish/Thirty Tigers on October 7. Tightrope Walker follows 2011’s Chesapeake and documents a thematic shift for Rachel as she has become part-influenced by the highrise tightrope enthuasiast, Philippe Petit. Petit famously walked between the two World Trade Centres back in 1974 without ever giving any reason […]

Welsh singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Georgia Ruth has announced a new album Fossil Scale, due for release on October 7, 2016 via Navigator Records. The record is the follow up to 2013’s Welsh Music Prize winning Week Of Pines – a feat Georgia never contemplated she’d achieve for her critically acclaimed, bilingual debut album. The first track to emerge from the record –  ‘The Doldrums’ […]

James Vincent McMorrow will release a new album We Move, via Believe Recordings / Caroline on September 2nd. This follows 2010’s platinum-selling Early In The Morning, which also reached number 1 in Ireland, and acclaimed follow-up Post Tropical (nominated for the Choice Music Prize. James’s latest single, ‘Rising Water’, has been receiving regular spins on Radio 1 (Annie Mac, Huw Stephens) and 6music […]

Platinum-selling British singer-songwriter Rumer has announced the release of her fourth album This Girl’s In Love: A Bacharach And David Songbook through East West / Warner Music on November 25th. In support of This Girl’s In Love, she plays her first live show in two years at London’s Cadogan Hall on 17th October. The album features some of Burt Bacharach and Hal David’s most memorable co-compositions and sees Rumer […]

Daphne Guinness releases her debut album, Optimist In Black, via Agent Anonyme/Absolute on May 27 2016. The album was produced by the great Tony Visconti, in sessions recorded at New York’s fêted Avatar Studios (formerly the Power Station). It receives a 4 star review in the new issue of Q Magazine (out now)- Its main […]