PJ Harvey was interviewed and performed three songs from her Mercury Prize-nominated album Let England Shake on Absolute Radio recently. The session and interview can now be heard on demand on Absolute Radio’s Web site.
Noel Gallagher made his first public comments about the breakup of Oasis and also talked about his two forthcoming solo albums at a press conference on Wednesday, July 6th at London’s Electric Cinema.
The most recent documentary in XFM London’s excellent XFM 25 series focuses on The Smiths’ seminal 1986 album The Queen Is Dead.
Beady Eye’s tour hit New York City’s Webster Hall on the evening of Thursday, June 23rd, and in what was a hot, sweaty, and absolutely packed, sold-out venue, the former members of Oasis delivered a show that left the raucous crowd quite pleased.
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The Slough, England-based quartet Brother is one UK band that is poised for success both in their home country and elsewhere.
Adele performed her top-selling songs of heartbreak at a sensational sold-out show at New York City’s Beacon Theatre on Thursday, May 19th.
Glasgow’s Button Up harken back to the Northern Soul sound with their brilliant single “Listen To Your Heart (Beat).”
The video for “Do You Remember?”, the latest single from Glasgow’s GoGoBot, pokes fun at the absurdity of daytime TV talk shows.
PJ Harvey and her band performed her new Let England Shake album in its entirety as well as some older gems at the second of two sold-out shows at New York City’s Terminal 5 on Wednesday, April 20th.