The Fields by Kevin Maher (Abacus £7.99)
Non Us Pop Bands And Artists 80's
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Sunday 20 May 2012
The production team of Rich Machin and Ian Glover previously recorded with Mark Lanegan as primary vocalist (with cameos from the likes of Mike Patton and Gibby Haynes).
Tuesday 01 May 2012
Duran Duran are to represent musical talent from England at a concert marking the start of the Olympic Games.
Wednesday 25 April 2012
“Man, I’m nervous,” admits Green Gartside, the notoriously stage shy Eighties pop star, before a faultless rendition of his perky paean to hip-hop “The Boom Boom Bap”, from 2006’s White Bread Black Beer.
Friday 06 April 2012
The pop music of the Eighties was bright, bouncy and shiny – and the biweekly magazine Smash Hits displayed the same qualities while providing the perfect handbook for teenagers throughout the British Isles and beyond to follow the latest bands and trends. A mainstay of the much-loved publication throughout the first half of the Eighties, the photographer Eric Watson shot many of its iconic covers, including those featuring Madonna, Madness and Morrissey, and helped define the "heroic" look of many of the acts from the period.
Thursday 05 April 2012
Chris Ronnie, the former chief executive of JJB Sports, was yesterday charged by the Serious Fraud Office over an alleged £1m fraud relating to contracts entered into by the sportswear retailer in 2008.
Wednesday 21 March 2012
In news to dismay many music fans, Stock, Aitken and Waterman are getting the gang back together for a reunion gig. But will Kylie come too? By Simon Usborne
Friday 02 March 2012
The Ting Tings threw away an album's worth of material before completing their new release, they tell Andy Gill
Friday 23 December 2011
Singer George Michael has returned home to the UK after leaving hospital in Vienna.
Monday 19 December 2011
Aliona Vilani received plaudits – and plenty of jealousy – for partnering Harry Judd to victory
Friday 09 December 2011
Martin Kemp is Emeritus Professor in the history of art at Trinity College Oxford. He so is: he has written extensively about Leonardo da Vinci. He is conceivably the world's top go-to guy for Leonardo studies. Certainly, his blog contains a warning to any passers-by who might want to waste his time by knocking at his North Oxford door to ask him about the dodgy Leonardos they've bought in Romford market recently.
Sunday 13 November 2011
Producer Joe Henry writes a brilliant sleevenote arguing that great artists transcend genre.
Sunday 06 November 2011
The Subo story is a feel-good potboiler brought to life: dowdy Scottish introvert turns up at Britain's Got Talent to initial audience titters, but wows the world with her untutored perfect pitch and West End-worthy projection.
Thursday 25 August 2011
Thursday 11 August 2011
Thursday 04 August 2011
In defence of liberal democracy
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