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The Script - No Sound Without Silence (Album Review)

Someone should really have copied the Script in on those Apple/U2 emails.

Lia Ices Ices

Singer/songwriter Lia Ices' sophomore effort, 2011's Grown Unknown, was a gorgeous collection of subdued, ethereal textures and melancholic hooks.

Impressions - Music Go Music

This is the follow up to the trio's debut album 'Expressions'. It includes the tracks 'Love is all that I can hear' and 'People all over the world'. The Guardian gave it four stars saying it is: "so perfect it’s unnerving".

No Sound Without Silence - The Script

The Script's latest album includes the tracks 'No Good in Goodbye' and 'Man on a Wire'. But the Guardian wasn't impressed awarding it one star and saying: "like the pseudo-profundity of its title, it amounts to very little".

Paloma Faith: Arena Tour

Paloma Faith has announced dates for her 2015 arena tour, following the success of her November dates which are now sold out. A new version of her latest album 'A Perfect Contradiction' will be released in November, featuring five brand new tracks.

The Vamps: Arena Tour

Following on from the premiere of their brand new video for Oh Cecillia (Breaking My Heart), The Vamps have announced a UK Arena tour for next year, starting in April.

Partners - Barbra Streisand

Partners is comprised of 12 inimitable new Streisand duets, many of which are regarded as Streisand classics, with the world’s greatest male vocalists. The UK version of the album also has 5 additional bonus duets including “Guilty” with Barry Gibb.

Ices - Lia Ices

'Ices' is a celebration of flight, levity and the conviction that you can leave Earth. You take wing in an aeroplane, you go to real places when you dream, you have out-of-body experiences, you get high, you lose yourself in someone else. In Lia's own

The Script: No Sound Without Silence review stadium rock lacking in substance

There's a close symbiosis between the chest-beating music of Irish behemoths the Script and the pop-rock theatre of their live shows.

Music Go Music: Impressions review fantastically, excessively perfect

The second album by LAs Music Go Music is so perfect its unnerving.