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When David, Met Ziggy………It Changed the World

9 April 2016

by Joe McNulty In  the  early  1970’s,  a  creature  never  before  seen,  except  in  the  imagination of  one  David  Jones,  broke  into  the  limelight  of  popular  music  and  culture  in  Britain.  This  extra-terrestrial’s  brief  existence  would  pave  the  way  for  a  new  era  of  musical  and  cultural  exploration,  whilst  having  a  profound  effect  on  society,  and  […]

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7 Things You Didn’t Know About: London Grammar

19 November 2015

London Grammar’s inaugural album, If You Wait, debuted at Number two in the UK charts. Well done! Those in the know – us music journos – have described the London-based trio as: ‘elegantly minimalist’ (The Telegraph), ‘beautiful’ (Sunday Times Culture), and ‘every track on their debut album is beautifully constructed’ (Observer). Vocalist Hannah Reid and guitarist Dan Rothman originally from […]

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Cowell Photographed to Launch Cruelty Free International Global Campaign

16 November 2015

Simon Cowell was joined by Squiddly, Diddly and Freddie in Rankin’s London studio to tell the world that dogs do not belong in laboratories. Cowell stated: “I have always loved dogs but had no idea how much happiness they would bring to my life. Squiddly, Diddly and, now, Freddie are hugely important members of my […]

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Watch: Lianne la Havas Wows @ MOBO Awards

11 November 2015

Lianne la Havas impressed onlookers at last night’s MOBO Awards with a stunning performance of her track Unstoppable. La Havas was nominated for Best Female and Best Album for 2015’s Blood.  The beautiful Brit has been working hard on the American leg of her current tour, and she’ll dock in Dublin on December 3rd, at […]

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Banks – ‘Better’ single review

10 November 2015

Californian singer/songwriter Jillian Rose Banks has two E.Ps and one studio album under her belt. She has toured with The Weeknd, performed at Coachella, and more recently, St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival. Better is her newest single and she will be releasing an album early next year. The single is slow and murky, with only her vocals […]

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Deuce Music – Rob Saunders Interview

2 July 2015

Pop into any small-town bar on a Friday night and you’re sure to find a local singer/songwriter performing. Sonder through a bustling pedestrian street, on any given day, and you’ll be serenaded by a busker, belting out melodic offerings. Switch on Saturday night Television and what will you see? Hordes of wannabe stars taking a […]

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