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Roger Daltrey (left) and Pete Townshend performing last year

The Who star bemoans the current state of music
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William Doyle, better known by his stage name East India Youth, is an electronic musician from Bournemouth. His first album, Total Strife Forever, was released by Stolen Recordings on 13 January 2014. It was nominated for the 2014 Barclaycard Mercury Music Prize Album of the Year award.
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Top of the world: Dave Grohl in New York
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The pop group earned more than £49 million last year
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Kate Bush: 'I'm going to miss everyone so much'
Fans gave the singer 'one of the most extraordinary experiences' of her life during her comeback concerts

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Michael Jackson as a zombie in Halloween hit 'Thriller'
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Performance poet Kate Tempest started rapping on the bus
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Johnny Marr performs on stage at Brixton Academy
reviewA bass-heavy, thickly menacing rumble
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Fearne Cotton and Chris Evans will present the first ever BBC Music Awards at Earls Court in December
Coldplay will also play at the first ever event in December
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The Gutter bowling alley and music venue that Dr Craig Spencer visited before being diagnosed with Ebola
The CMJ Music Marathon was cancelled on Thursday night
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'Right Here' singer Jess Glynne is nominated for Best Newcomer at the MOBO Awards 2014
'It's about music and not the colour of your skin'
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High notes, flat performance: Jake Bugg
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Serge Pizzorno of Kasabian and Noel Fielding backstage at the Teenage Cancer Trust concerts
Online shopping instead of causing 'carnage' is (apparently) not cool
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Pitbull as we're used to seeing him
The rapper will open the 2014 ceremony next month
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Zane Lowe is re-scoring the film
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Elvis Costello performs on stage
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Friends and family will soon be able to use your premium subscription
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Joy Division photographed around Waterloo Road, Stockport, near Strawberry Studios. The band are Bernard Sumner (guitar and keyboards), Stephen Morris (drums and percussion), Ian Curtis (vocals and occasional guitar), Peter Hook (bass guitar and backing vocals).
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