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The Top 3 Kate Bush Albums of All Time: A Love Letter (1 of 3)

Maybe there is no point to this list. There’s no conflict here. There was never a time that I didn’t love Kate Bush. No hard won battle to overcome her progressive rock-opera proclivities. 1,448 more words


Kirin J. Callinan

For some performers, the weird is not something they rinse off after the show. Their weirdness runs soul-deep. Such a performer is this week’s artiste… 790 more words


Tori Amos talks about her new Album

Tori gives us an insight into the making of her new record  Unrepentant Geraldines.


Rufus Wainwright at Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London 06/04/14

“Any questions or comments?”

Yes, as it happens, Lucy Wainwright Roche, I do have some questions or comments. How on earth does your half-brother Rufus Wainwright hold those notes? 607 more words

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The Limit to Your Love - Feist and James Blake

The original by Feist, and the cover by James Blake.  A nostalgic ode to human incapability to love.

There’s a limit to your care, so carelessly there


Pharrell ~ Happy (Woodkid Sad Remix)

No more remixes of Happy, please. There have been some excellent contributions (Neus, Robots With Rayguns, Mountal) but this one is definitely the last for me, and a fitting way to kill the trend dead, simply for the ingenuity in taking the bright majors of the original and transposing down to the minor chords, giving the track a sombre, melancholy alter ego. 26 more words

Listen: Tori Amos' new song "Trouble’s Lament"

Following her recent dabble in classic musicalTori Amos returns to “thoughtful contemporary pop” with her 14th studio album, Unrepentant Geraldines, due out May 13th via Mercury Classics. 125 more words