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Bastille “Man on Fire” Cover Story

Often epic, sometimes incendiary, always brilliant: BASTILLE have conquered our charts and our hearts. Alex Lee Thomson has closely followed their rise, starting from a little canal boat tour up the Regents Canal three years ago all the way to Dan Smith and his band’s chart-topping success. 

 

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Southsea Fest – The Only Music Festival You Need This Autumn

With over 120 live acts playing in a dozen venues this September 20th, Southsea Fest is just about the only new music event you need to be worrying about this side of summer. Now on its eighth voyage, the freshers favorite has seen the ilk of Bastille, Django Django, Dry

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Premiere: Holly Walker ‘Now That I Am Nothing’

Holly Walker is an artist that manages to convey so much with so little. There is a subtlety to her song writing that explores soul, folk and jazz, while her lyrics have a deep impact, creating a wholeness not found often. London-born Walker is in fact a classically trained pianist, …

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News: Summer Series @ Somerset House 2014

We love summer, especially those long hot days in the city. One of our favourite summer occasions is the Summer Series @ Somerset House, and luckily this year’s event looks to be amazing. Set amongst one of London’s most breathtaking settings, the intimate summer festival, which takes place between …

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News: Angel Haze x Bastille – ‘Weapon’

Angel Haze and Bastille have been working together – Say WHAT!? The two artists are on tour atm, and have obviously found some time to record some sweet music. One such song, ‘Weapon’, is a departure for Bastille, as the song sees Haze take front of stage. It’s a dark …

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Meet our BOTW: Clean Bandit

Sometimes, modern music can feel like one big advertising budget-fueled game of who can cry the loudest; of who can make the most provocative statement and summon up the most linkbait. London-based Baroque house quartet Clean Bandit have been moving in a more subtle, cunning way.

Whether it be their

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Replay takes over Bestival

It was another year of success for Replay as they continued their partnership with Bestival, one of the most renowned UK festivals.

This year became even better than expected at the Replay and Rob da Bank stage which brought festival-goers some of the best music from the inside of …

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Album review: Naughty Boy – Hotel Cabana

2013 has been an impressive year for UK based producer, Shahid Khan, aka Naughty Boy. Not content with having the UK’s biggest selling track by a British artist in ‘La La La’, he has now dropped his highly anticipated debut album, Hotel Cabana. When we interviewed him

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Bastille release new video

It is less then a year since Bastille stormed the charts, and captured the hearts of the UK with their hit ‘Pompeii’. The debut album, ‘Bad Blood’, is now set to produce the sixth single, ‘Things We Lost in the Fire’, and we assure you, it is the soundtrack to

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Festival Review: Blissfields 2013

Ready, set… GO! The festival season has begun! And these next few weeks will see a steady stream of heady weekends of music, alcohol and ripped denim shorts, attempting to capitalise on what we like to call the British “summer”. Regular Notion readers will know that we have already provided …

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