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Tim Burton’s movie soundtracks to be performed live

Composer and four-time Oscar nominee Danny Elfman’s soundtracks for Tim Burton films, including Batman, Beetlejuice, The Nightmare Before Christmas and Edward Scissorhands, will be performed at Birmingham’s NIA in October.

Danny Elfman’s Music From the Films of Tim Burton will celebrate a film partnership that has lasted almost three decades, …

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Jamie Liddel @ Oval Space, London – 11th July

“I WANT HIS BABIES!” is not something I often declare about a fellow man, given that I have neither the sexual inclination nor the requisite equipment for this to materialise. But Jamie Lidell is not your average man. He is an incredibly endearing, super-talented, enigmatic sexy bastard of a man …

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Mazzy Star announce new album Seasons Of Your Day

After a 17-year album hiatus since 1996′s Among My Swan, shoegazers Mazzy Star are set to release Seasons Of Your Day on September 24th. Album track California can be listened too right now:

Recorded in California and Norway, the eagerly anticipated album will feature all original members of the group …

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News: NCS Gig Lineup & Special Offer

Nation Citizen Service (NCS) is pleased to announce its upcoming gig, featuring some of the UK’s brightest musical stars. Rudimental, The 1975, Goldierocks, and Clean Bandit are all playing live at the NCS gig at Gorilla in Manchester on 4 May.

Now, as NCS is an organization …

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Caravan Palace

Caravan Palace: Live

This is a band that that’s become synonymous with a great festival feeling – that razor edge of being deeply into music while at the same time floating into the nether regions of your own mind, snapping back into focus with a drop, wallop or screech of vocal. Taking a …

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Interview: Kristina Train

After hearing her gorgeous new single Dream of Me, people have had a lot to say about Kristina Train; The Sun labelled her “The next Karen Carpenter”, while The Sunday Times likened her to Aretha Franklin and Dusty Springfield. Here at Planet Notion we think she’s just addictive, but

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Fred Perry gets Hurts

Us Brits are well known for our pioneering spirit, groundbreaking music and cultural heritage.  The infamous laurel wreath has adorned the chests of many iconic stars making their ascent to notoriety and Fred Perry Subculture are bringing you our next generation of trailblazers, shot beautifully in intimate surroundings.  Take these …

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