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The Bowers & Wilkins Society of Sound release for February is an exclusive preview of new music from electronic-pop pioneers Heaven 17.
To date The Apples have released five full length albums and have been featured on Bowers & Wilkins live stage at WOMAD UK.The songs on Wandering Heart were written about London life and summers travelling along the coasts of France and Italy with long term collaborator Adam Beattie who plays guitar in Brooke's band but who is also a singer/songwriter in his own right.A vocal style that switches effortlessly between lithely melodic and fiery, set against a deeply atmospheric musical backdrop, have led to comparisons with the likes of Kate Bush, Ane Brun and Cat Power.Totó La Momposina's entire life has been dedicated to representing the music of Colombia's Caribbean coastline.As a singer, dancer and teacher she embodies that fertile place where Colombia's African, Indigenous Indian and Spanish cultures mingle to create a unique musical tradition."We wanted to show partially-finished versions and to be honest about how things are created.
It's still skeletal in a lot of ways, it's still open to change and it's not mastered."This Society of Sound release is the only way to get these new songs in a digital form.
Brooke and her band play London's Bush Hall on Friday 27 January.
22, exactly a decade will have passed since MTV premiered the 18th season of its long-running reality trainwreck “The Real World,” which chose the Mile High City as the backdrop for its 2006 incarnation.
The tour dates are:27 May HAMBURG, Nochtspeicher29 May DÜSSELDORF, Zakk30 May MUNICH, Milla1 June BERLIN, Club Auster2 June ERFURT, Frank Mehlhose Tickets are on sale now.
Les Amazones d'Afrique, a newly-formed collective of west African musicians campaigning for gender equality, will release a new LP on Real World Records called République Amazone on 10 March 2017.
We're delighted to see that both 9Bach and The Gloaming have been nominated in the category of Best Group at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for 2017.