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What Can We Expect From The New Xx Album?

By George Percival | 10th June 2014

The XX are a band who have achieved the rare accolade of matching their critical success with a commercial viability after the minimalist electronic strains of 2010’s self-titled record altered the face of popular music...

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A Week In News: Havoc As 'Godzilla' And Kardashians Unleashed On Unsuspecting Cities

By Lauren James | 23rd May 2014

Cannes Continues: We're nearly at the end of the second week of the Cannes Film Festival and have been mentally noting which new movies have soared or been scorched at the hands of critics. Map...

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Ivor Novellos Victory For London Grammar As Mercurys Snub Forgotten

By Lauren James | 23rd May 2014

London Grammar lead the honours at last night's 59th annual Ivor Novello awards in London. The trip-hop trio, Dominic Major, Hannah Reid and Daniel Rothman, won Best Song Musically and Lyrically for their track 'Strong.'...

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After Mercury Snub, London Grammar Score Ivor Novello Nomination

By Michael West | 24th April 2014

Last year, the bookies had London Grammar as the 6/4 massive favourites to win the Mercury Music Prize, even before the nominations had been announced. And so it raised a few eyebrows when the London...

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Coldplay Debut New Album Material At Lauded Sxsw Comeback Show

By Lauren James | 12th March 2014

Last night, Coldplay took to the stage at Texas' South by Southwest Festival where they debuted new material from forthcoming album Ghost Stories alongside well-worn favourites. Support acts London Grammar and Imagine Dragons were big...

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The Act That Should Have Won A Brit Award, London Grammar

By Sophie Miskiw | 24th February 2014

Bastille may have walked away with the BRIT Award for Best British Breakthrough Act, but were they the most deserving winners of the gong? Their 2013 debut album ‘Bad Blood’ did reach number one in...

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Sxsw 2014: 10 Acts You Cannot Afford To Miss

By Stephanie Chase | 24th February 2014

Every year, hundreds of bands descend upon Austin, Texas to make the South by Southwest Festival one of the most anticipated of the year. Featuring musical acts from all over the world, the music section...

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Sxsw Announces First Performers For 2014 Festival

By Michael West | 18th October 2013

The South by Southwest Music Festival has released its first list of artists for the 2014 festival, notably the New Orleans rapper Vockah Redu, indie-trio London Grammar, Drenge, the Texas country singer Rodney Crowell and...

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London Grammar Admit Disappointment At Mercury Music Prize Snub

By Michael West | 8th October 2013

A strange thing happened last month. While most of the music press were speculation on whether David Bowie, Disclosure and Arctic Monkeys would be nominated for the Mercury Music Prize, the bookmakers had cut indie...

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Arctic Monkeys Make History With Their Fifth Consecutive Number One

By Joe Wilde | 16th September 2013

The Arctic Monkeys have done it again! Their fifth album to date has entered the chart at number one after a strong week of sales since last week's release, with AM racking up more than...

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#Ladz: Radio 1 'Regrets' Tweet About London Grammar's Hannah Reid

By Michael West | 11th September 2013

If for some reason you were still searching for that reason to stop listening to Radio 1, than the good people at the BBC have just handed it to you on a plate.The station has...

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