Mount Kimbie are playing this year's Festival No. 6.
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Wednesday 20 October 2010
Sunday 08 August 2010
Jah Wobble has lived an eventful life: bass player in PiL, solo musician and influential figure in the popularisation of world music, as well as London Tube driver, warehouse manager, chronic alcoholic and book reviewer for the Independent on Sunday.
Saturday 24 July 2010
Saturday 17 July 2010
Saturday 10 April 2010
Friday 09 April 2010
Thursday 01 April 2010
Rio wheels in the big guns in China
Friday 26 February 2010
Anna Wintour has placed a Louboutined heel on yet another rung of the Establishment ladder.
Sunday 20 December 2009
Friday 18 December 2009
While John Lydon's cultural impact will always be measured by his time with the Sex Pistols, his artistic reputation is more reliant on his subsequent work with Public Image Ltd, most notably the groundbreaking Metal Box, which borrowed the reggae sound-system notion of earth-shaking 12-inch dubplates, three of which were included in the circular tin.
Thursday 17 December 2009
The sneering "'ello-'ello-'ello!" that began the song "Public Image" and the band Public Image Ltd in 1978 reintroduces both as, for the first time in 17 years, John Lydon fronts the band with which he followed the Sex Pistols. Then his trousers nearly fall down. "All that butter," he moans, not missing a beat, "and I've still lost weight... "
Wednesday 16 December 2009
Friday 11 December 2009
Friday 11 December 2009
Books on classical music are these days as rare as hens' teeth. Indeed, only Faber, with its links to Benjamin Britten, features at least one title per season. And for the true Britten aficionado (or those whose curiosity was piqued by The Habit of Art), there's John Evans's Journeying Boy: The Diaries of the Young Benjamin Britten (£25). Of broader appeal is Susie Gilbert's Opera for Everybody: The Story of English National Opera (Faber, £25). The company, product of late Victorian philanthropy, began life at the Old Vic and Sadler's Wells before settling at the Coliseum in the 1960s – a people's opera to rival Covent Garden. Thatcherism inflicted more damage than two world wars, and it has never entirely recovered.
Saturday 28 November 2009
Nathan Collier: Montana man inspired by same-sex marriage ruling requests right to wed two wives
Greece crisis: IMF was pushed around by Angela Merkel and Nicholas Sarkozy – and now it is being humiliated
'I wish the BBC would stop calling it Islamic State' – David Cameron unleashes frustration at broadcaster
Forget little green men – aliens will look like humans, says Cambridge University evolution expert
Girl, 7, stares down hate preacher at Ohio festival with pro-LGBT rainbow flag gesture
More Britons believe that multiculturalism makes the country worse - not better, says poll
- 1 Isis propaganda video shows 25 Syrian soldiers executed by teenage militants in Palmyra
- 2 Nathan Collier: Montana man inspired by same-sex marriage ruling requests right to wed two wives
- 3 Right to die: Belgian doctors rule depressed 24-year-old woman has right to end her life
- 4 The biggest first date turnoff has been revealed
- 5 German man found living with 300 rats in tiny apartment