Brian Eno

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Born trippy: Brian Eno and Karl Hyde

One song has got to work pretty hard to link Jeremy Clarkson, Nick Clegg, the Apollo moon walk, an Olympic opening ceremony, any number of videogam(...)

They should have called this album Chris’s Cri de Coeur as this short (42 minutes), nine-track affair is lyrically dominated by tear-soaked sentime(...)

Improbably hirsute drummer Seb Rochford and his genre-defying Polar Bear have been shaking up London’s experimental music scene for the best part o(...)

Wild Beasts:  Chris Talbot, Tom Fleming, Hayden Thorpe and Ben Little

When does a band go from being “good” to being “important”? For Wild Beasts it happened around 2011, when their third album, (...)

Movie music: Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, scored by Howard Shore, in concert
They shoot, they score

To show the power of a film score, Conrad Pope suggests a simple experiment. Go to the end of a movie you know well and watch the final scenes with th(...)

This concept record, postponed for several years, finally gets two kinds of releases – one last September and one this week. It straddles dissent a(...)

The Perm State Ballet production of ‘Romeo and Juliet’: ‘a rare privilege’
Our cultural highs and lows of 2013

Patrick Freyne Arts writer What were your highlights of the year? The beauty of Matthew Baynton and James Corden’s great comedy series, Th(...)

There’s a precedent for Damon Albarn and friends taking over a Bambako youth centre (which gives Maison des Jeunes its title) and working with local m(...)

Israeli soldiers arrest two Palestinian boys during clashes after Palestinians reportedly tried to reach Al tour area for a snowball fight near the Jewish settlement of Brakha, near Nablus, West Bank, last week. Seven Palestinians were reportedly arrested and five wounded. Phorograph: EPA/Alaa Badarneh
US academics back Israel boycott
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  • December 17, 2013, 20:20

A prestigious US academic body has joined a growing movement to boycott Israel in protest at its treatment of Palestinians, in a move both welcomed an(...)

The Soulful in The Sugar Club, Dublin. Photograph: Dylan Madden

Singing in unison has a kind of magic that connects us all. You can’t be mad at a choir. One of the biggest advocates of choirs is longtime chorister (...)

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