6 Music festival review – Damon Albarn’s Everyday Robots is up there with his … – The Guardian

Only four years ago, the BBC’s alternative radio station 6 Music was threatened with closure and a petition was launched to save it. Today, audiences have doubled and if it’s not quite “the nation’s favourite”, it’s certainly one of it’s best-loved. Taking itself into the live arena – with a two-day, live-broadcast, mud-free indoor festival [...]

  • March 3rd, 2014 by Google News

‘Without music, would we even be Jewish?’ – The Guardian

Early in the 1980s, a pop legend in a mid-life lull reached back into ancient history for inspiration. The song did not come easy. Banging his head in frustration on a hotel-room floor, Leonard Cohen ground out about 80 stanzas before finally achieving the perfect anthem that is “Hallelujah”. And no one got it. CBS [...]

  • March 3rd, 2014 by Google News

6 Music festival review – Damon Albarn’s Everyday Robots is up there with his … – The Guardian

Only four years ago, the BBC’s alternative radio station 6 Music was threatened with closure and a petition was launched to save it. Today, audiences have doubled and if it’s not quite “the nation’s favourite”, it’s certainly one of it’s best-loved. Taking itself into the live arena – with a two-day, live-broadcast, mud-free indoor festival [...]

  • March 3rd, 2014 by Google News

6 Music festival review – Damon Albarn’s Everyday Robots is up there with his … – The Guardian

Only four years ago, the BBC’s alternative radio station 6 Music was threatened with closure and a petition was launched to save it. Today, audiences have doubled and if it’s not quite “the nation’s favourite”, it’s certainly one of it’s best-loved. Taking itself into the live arena – with a two-day, live-broadcast, mud-free indoor festival [...]

  • March 2nd, 2014 by Google News

The National bring first ever BBC 6 Music Festival to a close – NME.com

The first ever BBC 6 Music festival ended yesterday (March 1) with a headline performance from melancholic Brooklyn rockers, The National, at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse. The group’s eighteen song set spanned across their six album career and ended with an acoustic rendition of ‘Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks’, which was un-amplified by microphones and caused the crowd [...]

  • March 2nd, 2014 by Google News

‘Without music, would we even be Jewish?’ – The Guardian

Early in the 1980s, a pop legend in a mid-life lull reached back into ancient history for inspiration. The song did not come easy. Banging his head in frustration on a hotel-room floor, Leonard Cohen ground out about 80 stanzas before finally achieving the perfect anthem that is “Hallelujah”. And no one got it. CBS [...]

  • March 2nd, 2014 by Google News

The Week in Music Writing – Complex.com

There is as much good music writing now as there has ever been. There are gross inequalities in the system still, in who gets heard and who is silent. But more than ever, people are able to let their experiences and expressions be heard. Thinkpieces, essays, reviews and features: the internet has overwhelmed us [...]

  • March 2nd, 2014 by Google News

America’s Most Hated Bands, by State – PolicyMic

Earlier this week, we revealed your state’s favorite band. Mostly, the results made sense — Springsteen for New Jersey, George Strait for Texas — but some were pretty bizarre — Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeroes for Pennsylvania, for starters. I mean, really, were the creators of that map just polling art school students in Philadelphia? [...]

  • March 2nd, 2014 by Google News

‘Without music, would we even be Jewish?’ – The Guardian

Early in the 1980s, a pop legend in a mid-life lull reached back into ancient history for inspiration. The song did not come easy. Banging his head in frustration on a hotel-room floor, Leonard Cohen ground out about 80 stanzas before finally achieving the perfect anthem that is “Hallelujah”. And no one got it. CBS [...]

  • March 2nd, 2014 by Google News

Damon Albarn, Kelis perform at BBC 6 Music Festival – watch – Digital Spy UK

More: Music, Showbiz, Damon Albarn, Kelis, Bird, Haim, Metronomy, Bombay Bicycle Club, The Staves, Wild Beasts, Nick Mulvey, Lykke Li, Jagwar Ma, Kiran Leonard, James Blake Previous: OneRepublic, Dierks Bentley unite for CMT Crossroads Next: The Wanted’s Nathan Sykes: ‘Break will be lengthy’ Source Article from http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/news/a554831/damon-albarn-kelis-perform-at-bbc-6-music-festival-watch.html

  • March 2nd, 2014 by Google News

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