Road Works Band
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June 19 2013 Latest news:
Their trademark glacial, widescreen and delicate beauty is blown into stormier waters following the departure of multi-instrumentalist Kjartan Sveinsson. The result? No lifeboats needed.
The Paul Weller-endorsed, choppy Brit-rock boy returns, but is there any staying power beneath the bold sonic bluster?
Innovative band lends traditional Indian music with elements of soul, blues, jazz and reggae
Josh Homme spreads his creative wings, with startling results.
Fleshing out their understated but beautiful debut, this London duo deliver a beguiling follow-up.
More than 45,000 music fans are expected to descend upon Finsbury Park today as legendary band The Stone Roses take to the stage.
Marling reveals a new, assured maturity in this extensive, 16-track album. And it’s a cracker.
None-too-clever satire laps against the shores of humdrum jazz-pop in Pando’s latest excursion into the obscure.
Don’t assume the light’s fading in this star. Her return offers more than meets the eye, if you’re willing to look past the odd mistake.
A debut record that offers plenty of tunes to move your feet – and maybe even your soul, too.
Niblett’s trademark intensity is met with softer elements that will widen her appeal without diminishing her gritty vitriol.
The founder of the Crouch End Project talks Bob Dylan, backstage tours and homemade brownies.
The chairman of Haslemere Road Residents’ Association asks why local talent and effort is done a disservice by the local authority.
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