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Nokia Launches Intuitive MixRadio Service

Yesterday, at a star-studded launch in New York, Nokia unveiled its new MixRadio service: an intuitive, user-oriented, on-demand streaming service that might just revolutionise the way you consume music on the move. Off the back of some seriously impressive research into global listening habits (more on that below), the Finnish …



Festival Preview: Les Eurockéennes de Belfort 2013, 4-7 July

This year marks the 25th anniversary of what’s been dubbed ‘The French Glasto’ and there’s a fantastically eclectic line up to celebrate this milestone. From headliners like Blur and Phoenix providing the arms in the air anthems, through to acts as diverse as A$AP Rocky, Parquet



Track Premiere: Alex Barck – ‘Don’t Hold Back’

Here at PlanetNotion, we always dig a downright sensual, love-making oriented dance tune; so, when we heard that legendary Jazzanova man Alex Barck‘s new track – the indicatively titled ‘Don’t Hold Back’ – celebrates “the coitus interruptus until it hurts”, we knew we just had to share it with …



Aiden Grimshaw’s YouTube Playlist

Another goodie for the Grimlins right here. After our two-month fling with Mr Grimshaw, he’s given us a little souvenir of his time as the face of the mag in the form of a little playlist. Here are some songs wot Aiden likes.

Bill Withers – Use Me

Jamiroquai – …



Sam Sparro: The Meaning Of Pop

An incredible, classic photo-story with a man who makes incredible, classic pop music: SAM SPARRO returns with his second album and, in conversation with Seb Law, unpicks the meaning of the music we call pop. Taken from Notion Magazine Issue 58.

Pop music, it’s the elixir of musical life: …



Interview: Monarchy Talk Space

Monarchy is a band of mystery, so we were as excited as anyone when we got a chance to ask them a few questions. We talked about identities, singles, and the long awaited album.

PlanetNotion:  Why is it that you choose to keep your identities under wraps?

Monarchy: When we …



EXIT Festival 2011: In Review

This year’s EXIT Festival was built on a line-up that had somehow been procured from Marcus Barnes’ brain – so naturally he had to return to Croatia.