Kate Bush

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Look out for pre-lit Christmas trees to remove the annual light detangling from your to-do list

Turkey bought? Done. List made and checked twice? Check. Champagne on ice? Of course. Yet even the best-laid plans can be derailed by last-minute issu(...)

Kate Bush will release a book of lyrics, called How To Be Invisible, this month.

When Kate Bush released Wuthering Heights as her debut single in 1978, it did not happen without a fight. She supposedly railed against her record lab(...)

For nearly three decades, Bristol has thrived on a unique underground music scene. Founded on arresting compositions informed by trip-hop, techno, and(...)

Claire Roche From Then to the Here and Now

To say that Claire Roche’s music is otherworldly is to state the blatantly obvious. But this harpist, pianist and singer treads a fine line between sa(...)

There was always something a little different about Saint Sister. When the Northern Irish duo first arrived on the scene in 2014, it wasn’t just Gemma(...)

Kate Bush: treasure trove of lyrics. Photograph: AFP/ FIsh People/Trevor Leighton

She is famous for incorporating the work of Emily Brontë, James Joyce and Grimm’s fairytales into her work: now Kate Bush will publish her first book,(...)

Reinen. Photograph: Luke Archer

What: Jai and AK Paul’s pop factory Where: Somewhere in London Why: The story of Jai Paul and AK Paul – two brothers from London and two of the most(...)

Gareth Southgate, England’s bespoke coach, seems incapable of uttering a graceless remark or behaving with anything other than class.  Photograph: Giuseppe Cacace/AFP/Getty

A friend of mine spent a few weeks in the summer of 1996 tumbling through Galway pubs watching the European football championships. Naturally, he did(...)

She is known for her big, blustering operatic pop songs, but Florence Welch’s fourth album finds her in comparatively contemplative mode. Perhaps it’s(...)

A Broken Frame by Depeche Mode. Photograph: Brian Griffin

Despite being one of the foremost documentarians of late-20th-century music, Brian Griffin is not sentimental about his role in cataloguing many of hi(...)

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