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Al Horner

Posted on Wednesday, July 23, 2014

 
Track Premiere - Electronic Duo Honne's Lusty 'Warm On A Cold Night'

Honne might hail originally from the British Isles' sleepy south west but you wouldn't know it from the lusty, late night, urbanite feel of 'Warm On A Cold Night'. The latest release from electronic imprint Super Recordings, responsible for early singles from likes of AlunaGeorge and Bondax, this debut single sees the pair - identified in their press release as Andy and James, two music teachers from Somerset and Wiltshire via Bow - pit fizzing James Blake electronics against Frank Ocean style croons honey-dipped in soul.

 

NME Blog

Posted on Wednesday, July 23, 2014

 
View From The Crowd: What Fans Thought Of No Devotion's First Ever Gig

It was one of the most extraordinary gigs of recent times. Not because of the music but because of the circumstance. No Devotion, a fresh group made up of the five remaining members of Lostprophets after lead singer Ian Watkins was jailed in December 2013 for a series of heinous child sex offences, played their first show last night (July 22) at CF10 Cardiff. Having recruited former Thursday member Geoff Rickly as lead singer, they released their debut single ‘Stay’ at the start of July. In interviews they've said they would never be able to listen to, or play, Lostprophets songs ever again.

 

Al Horner

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

 
These Cornflake Portraits Of John Lennon, Michael Jackson And More Are Pretty Awesome

Let's face it, breakfast is probably the least rock 'n' roll meal of the day. Maybe it's something to do with the fact any rock star worth his salt isn't likely to wake up before lunch - and even then, their first meal of the day is more likely to be two aspirins and Bloody Mary. That didn't stop New York artist Sarah Rosado creating these awesome cereal portraits of musicians from Jimi Hendrix to Amy Winehouse, though.

 

Lucy Jones

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

 
Chart-Ruling Super Producer Greg Kurstin: 'Guitar Music Is At An All-Time Low'

You may not be hugely familiar with the name Greg Kurstin, but you'll have heard scores of songs he's written and produced over the last decade. The sought-after super-producer has defined 00s chart-pop, working with a real mix of artists, from The Flaming Lips to Beyoncé, Karen O to Kylie and Donna Summer to Devo.

 

NME Blog

Posted on Tuesday, July 22, 2014

 
Stream Lxury's Remix Of 'Time' By Jungle

This week's issue of NME sees us chew the fat with the man who's being tipped to steal Disclosure's crown, Lxury. To celebrate, here's a new remix he's done on 'Time' by Jungle. Pick up the mag to read James Bentley's interview with the man himself.

 
 
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