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A lot’s happened since we last heard from Ladyhawke. There’s been a General Election. Plan B did the soul singer thing. Nicola Roberts released a solo album. Some genius made…

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Teaming the theme from Minder with Supergrass’ ‘Alright’ might not sound like a recipe for anything but a Cockney knees up, but these are key ingredients of Ladyhawke’s new track.…

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Given that it’s taken her nearly four years to follow up her debut, this endlessly fretful Kiwi should by rights be a mere footnote from the summer 2008 electro revival…

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Four singles from the album in and the lady’s still hawking her whistlestop excursions into the synthier side of the ’80s, which of course is by no means a bad…

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Ladyhawke is away. Like any superheroic alter ego, there’s always a high comedy moment mid-way through the second series when the Batsuit gets accidentally locked in a cupboard, and our…

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This sounds like The Human League, so it’s basically game over. At first Ladyhawke is going on about a stalker outside banging on the wall “from dusk till dawn”, then…

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Like Keith Richards, heavy metal and the clap, the ’80s refuse to die. There’s been bands trying to revive them since about 12.30am on January 1, 1990. Many Kings Of…

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Ladyhawke? Oh, she’s just fine: sitting pretty backstage, mentioning to people how made up she is to be in Spain for the first time. But it’s not her that needs…

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Is it? Jesus! Quick, loot the Louvre! Oh, sorry, Paris isn’t ‘burning’ in a Bastille-storming, Coldplay way, but rather its dancefloors have ignited to this marvellously funksome throwback, a song…

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Ballooning faster than the career of a Ting Ting in an iPod advert, Nottingham’s Dot To Dot is fast establishing itself as the best urban new music festival there is.…

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Not to be confused with the other Ladyhawk who are knocking about right now – a hairy, rowdy bunch of brutes and no mistake – this Ladyhawke is a young…