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What Do You Do With a Problem Like Elbow?

Elbow has yet to make it big in Jap. . . the United States.  I’m not sure why.  Their sensibilities should be perfect for a variety of radio formats here.   281 more words

Progressive Rock

Elbow's Guy Garvey says he'll have to ditch the tour if wife goes into labour

Elbow fans might have a problem if frontman Guy Garvey’s wife goes into labour during their tour – as he says he’ll ditch his gigs. 506 more words

TV

Elbow's Little Fictions - Album of the Week #15

My introduction to Elbow’s new LP, Little Fictions, has followed a familiar pattern to previous new output from one of my very favourite bands. On first listen I was a little underwhelmed, but a couple of tracks stood out and pulled me back for an instant second listen. 231 more words

Music

‘Magnificent (She Says)’ – Elbow ‘Little Fictions’ Opening Track Fuels New Personal Journey

There’s something “magnificent” about Guy Garvey’s voice.

It soothes my musical soul and provides a lush sonic backdrop on a warm Saturday afternoon in mid-February. 581 more words

Songs

Elbow - Little Fictions Review 

Whether it is the crowd’s roar of their earnest rock anthems, or the lyrics to the anthems themselves, Elbow have always been a band to unify the masses with their track lists. 445 more words

Music

Review: Elbow - Little Fictions ‘Elbow find a fresh perspective on life and love’

Elbow – Little Fictions

Review

8/10

As Elbow turn 20 years old, they release their seventh album ‘Little Fictions’ which shows that neither the loss of drummer Richard Jupp or age can slow them down as a besotted Guy Garvey sings of love and life in a much more upbeat record than they’ve attempted before. 907 more words

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M.I.A. to curate Meltdown 2017

Southbank Centre have announced the curator for this years Meltdown Festival and it’s the cultural innovator, rapper, producer M.I.A. She’s beloved by both critics and fans alike, a woman that’s never afraid to speak her mind and stand up for those without a voice such as the refugees. 257 more words

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