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Kelis Food

Art-pop pioneer Kelis has never been more soulful or more intimate than she is on her sixth album.

Christopher R. Weingarten | Rolling Stone Magazine

Cash + David Announce New Single 'Pulse'

London duo Cash + David have announced their new single, the follow up to their debut track 'Funn', the Eastern-inspired song 'Pulse'.

The mysterious duo (whose real identities are unknown) released their first single in March and was supported...

Artswrap | Emma Clarendon

The Pierces Invite Creatives to Design Artwork for Limited Edition Merchandise

Coinciding with their new album Creation, the LA-based band The Pierces has teamed up with Talenthouse to invite artists, illustrators and designers to produce portraiture with the winning art work being turned into a limited edition print.

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Artswrap | Emma Clarendon

Kelis – Food

Food is awesome. Poutine, macaroni and cheese, crab sandwiches with provolone cheese drizzled on top – does it even need to be said, or can we all agree that food is just fantastic?

Dylan Kilby | Music OMH

Paolo Nutini - Caustic Love (Album Review)

‘Caustic Love’ finds Paolo Nutini giving in to ambition and making it work.

Gavin Rees | Stereoboard

Kelis: Food

R&B singer swerves back in time for retro-soul sound, all horns, organ and warm guitar.

Ludovic Hunter-Tilney | The FT

17/04/2014

Martin Freeman, star of The Hobbit, talks about acting in sub zero temperatures for his latest role in the television adaptation of cult Coen brothers film Fargo. And from the snow to the stage: he discusses his next project - playing Richard III.

BBC Front Row | John Wilson

Ramona Lisa - 'Arcadia'

Caroline Polachek has decribed 'Arcadia', her first solo album under the name Ramona Lisa, as a "document of being alone," after creating the record on her laptop in private moments while touring with her band, Chairlift.

David Renshaw | NME

EMA – 'The Future's Void' album review

Taking a dystopian turn, the LA singer-songwriter's latest is as coruscating as anything she's done so far.

Bella Todd | Time Out

Ramona Lisa: Arcadia review beguiling side-project from Chairlift singer

This solo album from Chairlift singer Caroline Polachek was apparently recorded on a laptop in various hotel room cupboards, airport terminals and – if we're to believe Caroline Polachek herself – aeroplane toilets, presumably mid-flight when you're...

The Guardian | Tim Jonze