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Eve Barlow

Posted on Tuesday, September 30, 2014

 
The First Taste Of Lorde's Work On 'The Hunger Games' Soundtrack Is Deeply Tantalising - Review

Few teen-orientated, inspirationally-messaged phenomena have taken off at the speed of The Hunger Games in the past few years. Besides, of course, Lorde. Which why it makes total, utter sense that New Zealand’s prodigal daughter has curated the soundtrack for the next movie installment (titled The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1).

 

Matt Wilkinson

Posted on Tuesday, September 30, 2014

 
Watch Scotland's Neon Waltz Play New Song 'Sundial' Live In A Castle

There are some bands who come bursting out of the traps – no holds barred, everything online, straight into the press/radio conveyor belt. Neon Waltz are not one of those bands. I love how slowly they're taking things. It's refreshing, and you can see it paying off already. Here is a band who you can still catch playing incredible sets to clubs that are only two-thirds full, meaning you can tell your mates you were onto them before anyone else.

 

NME Blog

Posted on Monday, September 29, 2014

 
Exclusive Stream: Zola Jesus's Spectacular New Album 'Taiga' - Listen

Zola Jesus has always possessed some of the mightiest lungs in music: her belting, strident voice boomed throughout the moody melodrama of debut 'Stridulum II' and the glitchier follow-up 'Conatus'. New album 'Taiga', though, marries those impressive pipes to some of her biggest, most accessible songs yet. Speaking about the LP herself, the singer – aka Nika Roza Danilova – says: "The music on the record is massive, with big brass and beats, crystal clear vocals... It's the most accessible music I've ever made, but also the most earnest and passionate.

 

NME Blog

Posted on Monday, September 29, 2014

 
AC/DC: What Next For The Band After Malcolm Young's Departure?

A new AC/DC album was announced last week - but without founding guitarist Malcolm Young. Reports soon surfaced that the 61-year-old is suffering from dementia under constant care in a Sydney nursing home.

 

Lucy Jones

Posted on Friday, September 26, 2014

 

There's a lot to Thom Yorke outside of Radiohead. His 2006 solo debut 'The Eraser' was icy electronic proof that he's as formidable a songwriting talent alone as he is in the company of Mssrs. Greenwood and co. Despite his reputation for being unapproachable, he's also made music with a varied bunch of musicians outside of Radiohead, from Björk to Burial, Modeselektor to PJ Harvey. As we get to grips with the Oxford man's new solo album 'Tomorrow's Modern Boxes', what's his best solo tracks until now? Here's our top 10.

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