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It’s been called a revolution in music PR: a brave new world that involves sitting around doing naff all. When David Bowie released his comeback single last January, with no great strategy beyond “Look! I wrote a song!”, his “anti-marketing” approach seemed to be a one-off.

Reggae singer Junior Murvin dies aged 64

'Police and Thieves' became an anthem in British inner cities of the late Seventies

Lots under the hammer at the Raisa Gorbachev Foundation Annual Gala include a dinner cooked by the model-turned-chef Sophie Dahl, with musical accompaniment by Jamie Cullum

Jamie Cullum and Sophie Dahl announce birth of second daughter

Jazz star Jamie Cullum has become a father for a second time after wife Sophie Dahl gave birth to another daughter.

Ben Howard arriving at the Brit Awards 2013

Ben Howard wins best British breakthrough act and best male solo artist at Brit Awards 2013

Ben Howard, an artist who found little mainstream success until his inclusion on the Mercury Music Prize shortlist last year,has landed two Brit Awards.

Tragedy strikes Britain's only band of sea-shanty singers

After winning major record deal, Fisherman’s Friends manager is killed in freak accident at gig

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One to Watch: Angel Haze, Rapper, 21

That’s the goal. I want to be an artist you cannot categorise at all .” On her new song “Cleaning Out My Closet”, from her new mixtape ‘Classick’, she raps about being sexually abused.

One To Watch: Josh Osho, singer, 20

The south London pop-soul singer has supported Rizzle Kicks, Jessie J, Giggs and Emeli Sandé on their UK tours.

Brown on stage last year in St Lucia: his repertoire, with its pulsating rhythyms, blended jazz, funk and blues

Chuck Brown: Musician hailed as the creator of the Latin-tinged genre of funk known as 'Go-Go'

Known as the "Godfather of Go-Go", the bandleader, guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Chuck Brown was the originator of the infectious, Latin-flavoured, percussive-heavy, call-and-response funk variant from Washington, DC.

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Jess Mills performs with Leftfield at the Coachella Valley Festival, California

Can you guess whose daughter this is?

Meet Jess Mills – rising star of British music, and offspring of some very well-connected people

Pictures from home: Bamako, Mali 1948-1963, is a weighty new coffee-table book from Steidl that collects previously unpublished portraits from the archives of Seydou Keïta - whose stylised studio shots documented life in his hometown in the colony of French Sudan, then a bustling transport route to Dakar - with some of his most celebrated work. £86; steidlville.com
Goldeneye: What was once scrubby shoreline has been transformed into a sandy playground for the well-off

Bond-style luxury with a Jamaican vibe

A resort has opened at GoldenEye, former home of Ian Fleming. It's a tourism model the island should copy

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How live cinema screenings can boost arts audiences

Broadcasting plays and exhibitions to cinemas is a sure-fire box office smash
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A Canadian festival has banned Native American headwear. Haven't we been here before?
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Boris Johnson's war on diesel

11m cars here run on diesel. It's seen as a greener alternative to unleaded petrol. So why is London's mayor on a crusade against the black pump?
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