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The Coral break indefinite hiatus to release eight-year-old album

Psych-folk album Curse of Love from 2006 will be released in the next few weeks Two years into an indefinite hiatus, the Coral have announced they will unveil a full-length recorded almost a decade ago. Curse of Love is described as an unreleased psych...

Sean Michaels | The Guardian

Manufacturers are struggling to keep up with the resurgence in vinyl records

The crackle of a vinyl revival has been getting louder this year as dropping the needle on a record becomes ever more in vogue. But what has been championed as a victory for music purists is putting a strain on a creaking industry.

ALEX LAWSON | The Independent

Kate Bush: Before the Dawn, Hammersmith Apollo - review: Kate Bush was so obviously, so unambiguously brilliant

This extraordinary mix of magical ideas, stunning visuals, attention to detail and remarkable music left the crowd well-pleased.

Evening Standard | John Aizlewood

Junto

Basement Jaxx were early dance polyglots in the Nineties, incorporating global sounds into their house and U.K. garage beats.

Julianne Escobedo Shepherd | Rolling Stone Magazine

My Everything

Ariana Grande showed promise on her 2013 debut, Yours Truly – a classic case of "great voice, shame about the tunes," overseen by Nineties R&B god Babyface.

Rob Sheffield | Rolling Stone Magazine

Jesse Eisenberg, Kate Bush, Karl Ove Knausgaard, Our Zoo

The Social Network's Jesse Eisenberg discusses his latest role as a radical environmentalist in his new film Night Moves; Norwegian novelist Karl Ove Knausgaard on Boyhood Island, the latest addition to his autobiographical My Struggle series; Lucy...

BBC Front Row | Kirsty Lang

An Ultrahuman: Kate Bush Reviewed Live, By Simon Price

As Kate Bush plays her first concert in decades, Simon Price looks at her wonderful legacy and reports on a vivid, magical, and overwhelming evening.

Simon Price | The Quietus

Kate Bush concerts: tears and awe, but no phones

Fans who had waited 35 years to see and hear their idol play live are united in their praise for comeback show.

Hannah Ellis-Petersen | The Guardian

Kate Bush: Before the Dawn review a lithe grace and note-perfect vocals

For someone who's spent the vast majority of her career shunning the stage, she's a hugely engaging live performer.

Alexis Petridis | The Guardian