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What’s in your super-duper soaraway copy of The Ticket tomorrow: The fight against files – Lauren Murphy on innovative new formats and ideas (including USB keys and album badges) in the fightback against the demise of the physical format. Your …

Thu, Apr 14, 2011, 15:06

   

What’s in your super-duper soaraway copy of The Ticket tomorrow:

The fight against files – Lauren Murphy on innovative new formats and ideas (including USB keys and album badges) in the fightback against the demise of the physical format.

Your Highness – Danny “Eastbound & Down” McBride gets medieval on our asses.

Gavin Friday – does anyone give a damn that Gavin Friday has a new album out? Tony Clayton-Lea calls round to Gav’s gaff for tea to find out what’s up with the “so-called illiterate from Ballymun”.

Dappy from N-Dubz – “I’m not a plonker”. Indeed.

Plus reviews of new albums (including Tune-Yards, Gavin Friday, Guillemots, Explosions In the Sky, Katy B, Alela Diane, The Head and the Heart, Amy Lashley and About Group), movies (including Your Highness, The Last Picture Show, Little White Lies, Meek’s Cutoff, Winnie the Pooh and Red Riding Hood) and games (Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12 ), listings, news and much, much more.

That’s your winning Ticket, tomorrow in The Irish Times in print, online and the best of The Ticket on the app.

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