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Pusha T – King Push

Originally one half of hip hop duo Clipse, Pusha T has courted a significant amount of controversy both during his early years and later as a solo artist. A long running feud

Echo & the Bunnymen Announced UK Tour

The evergreen Echo & the Bunnymen have announced a series of UK and Ireland tour dates this autumn. The tour coincides with the release of their new album The Stars, Th

Kanye West- Love Everyone

An American rapper, singer, songwriter Kanye Omari West may have just revealed the title and cover of his much-talked-about next album. Taking to Twitter on Saturday (Apr. 28)

Diljit Dosanjh Acquires Status as Biggest Selling Indian Artist for Arena Birmingham

Diljit Dosanjh has been confirmed as the biggest selling Indian artist (to date) for a single concert at Arena Birmingham. The successful singer is one of the principal 

Kamasi Washington – Heaven & Earth

There’s a dearth of good old fashioned brass led music at the moment, mostly because it’s old fashioned and has a hard time competing with buff manufactured pop and angry

Katy Perry Announces UK & European Tour Dates

Katy Perry has just announced the UK & European leg of WITNESS: The Tour. This is in light of the huge success of her US tour, which led to the artist adding further date

Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy – Raazi

The music director and composer trio Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy is back with lyricist Gulzar for the soundtrack of the upcoming film Raazi, an espionage thriller based on Harinder Sik

Christina Aguilera – Liberation

The girl with the golden voice has been in decline for a number of years now, and although "Liberation" does have some memorable moments, it still feels a little like

The Coral Announced UK Tour

The Coral have announced plans for a lengthy UK tour kicking off this Autumn. Fresh off the back of supporting Manic Street Preachers on their recent UK arena tour, The Coral

George Fitzgerald – All That Must Be

No longer focused on making beats exclusively for the dance-floors of 5am nightclubs, Fitzgerald's second album “All That Must Be” crosses further again into the indie and