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Luna Rossa : The Borderline

Stripped-down intimacy rather than full-on rock. Luna Rossa at the Borderline...

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Max Richter : Royal Albert Hall [Live]

The final word is this was a truly historic evening for music, and Vivaldi’s reputation to wow audiences shines undimmed. ...

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The Eye of Time : Acoustic

The album Acoustic places you in a paused sense of feeling, a disruptive and causal sense that yesteryear and future are being played out....

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Blake / St. Mungo’s Broadway : Interview

Homelessness can affect anybody and everybody. Homelessness is not a class or economic problem. It’s a social and support problem....

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And Phil Kept Falling

Berkeley in the early fifties was a hotbed of radical thought and a young Phil stumbled through it with an impish sense of humour alienating Marxists, Trotskyites and ‘free thinkers’ alike with...

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Jaga Jazzist : Live with the Britten Sinfonia

A crazy band who make crazy music, then. And their latest album is suitably mental....

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Marketing Stereotypes to Gender

Marketing technique: Activating gender stereotypes just to knock 'em down....

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I have not gone out of my way to mythologise myself, but… Michael Finnissy

dropcap style=”font-size:100px;color:#992211;”S/dropcapince the late 60’s Michael Finnissy has been composing classical work that challenges, shakes and agitates the listener from...

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Cambridge Folk Festival 2012

As I helped what could only be someone’s Gran onto a chair so she could get a better view and was hugged by a crazed hippy forcing me to eat some one of her love heart sweets, I could only think...

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Araxie Kutchukian: Beyond

Araxie likes to keep it fresh, sees her paintings as a platform, a stage for the contemporary and antique at the same time. Changing scales and working against the viewer’s expectations make her...

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UFOMammut: instinctual tones – interview.

With a name that combines the weighty presence of an extinct mammal and the fancy of controversial space vehicles expect herbal smoke tinged religious commentary, long hair, and unhurried...

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MB + ICS: Vir.uz

'a phenomenal portrait of the human soul', MB + ICS: Vir.uz...

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Mike Patton – The Solitude of Prime Numbers

The Solitude Of Prime Numbers by Mike Patton is out now on Ipecac...

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Kid Koala – Space Cadet

Typical. You wait all year for an album playing on the sound of the internal mechanisms of the piano, and then two turn up within a fortnight.  On first impressions, Kid Koala's Space Cadet...

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Child in Time: Sculptor Emily Young

An interview with sculptor Emily Young...

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The Being Beyond Feeling: Peter Van Dyck Pt 2

An interview with perceptual painter Peter Van Dyck pt 2...

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Neunau: Sound Art from Ancient to Modern

Neunau is a connection between worlds that might seem distant from one another, this allows me to work on various levels...

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Hardeep Sahota: Illuminating the Art of Dance

Dancer and researcher Hardeep Sahota discusses the art and origins of Bhangra, and his series of 'light paintings' at YSP...

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Big Star Falls in We Travel Time

The giant shifts in chords and sonic layers creates classical headspaces and feels orchestral in its depth and shifting subtlety. We travel Time...

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We Travel Time: James Johnston and Steve Gullick

Where music and visual art meet. The talents of Steve Gullick and James Johnston combine on We Travel Time to poignant effect. ...

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Axel Stocks: Blood Painting Genealogist

Axel Stocks: A Blood Painter and Genealogist by Jeffrey Wengrofsky...

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Barbican Announce First Ever Major Michael Clark Exhibition

Contributions from cult icons of London’s art scene in Michael Clark: Cosmic Dancer establish his radical presence in Britain’s cultural history....

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Barbican Announce Michael Clark First Major Exhibition

2020 marks the 15th year of Michael Clark Company’s ongoing collaboration with the Barbican as an artistic associate....

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‘Landscape’ & ‘Contemporary Painting’

The Brick Lane gallery showcases works of talented practitioners from London, these shows include photographs and painting. ...

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Black Sabbath: Black Magic

Whatever Tony Iommi was thinking when he wrote the riff to "Black Sabbath", he conjured something into being which made metal and the devil indivisible forever. ...

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Chapters by Penguin Cafe Orchestra [Video]

The captivating new single-shot video for ‘Chapter’ was filmed in New York on The Roosevelt Island Tramway at Queensboro Bridge. ...

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Abstract Formalism and Grafisk Världsbyggnad

Understanding formal tendencies in Ambient Drone music through the work of France Jobin (Solitude) and Ager Sonus (Mithra)...

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A Warrior Soul Cradled In Tradition – Amy Montgomery

My music has a powerful message behind it and I think that the Celtic tradition cradles that. The stripe is a symbol to remind me of the warrior within me and when people look at it, it reminds them...

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Compressing Parliamentary Love Time with Actress

Interview with electronic musician Actress: Reworking Stockhausen around a contemporary issue ...

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Sons of a Galactic Wasteland

Sons Of Alpha Centauri get a little space-y with latest instrumental release 'Continuum' - but is it cool, Sci-Fi space or just the dark bits in between?...

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