Category : Groupe

by Heidi Harley - 5 years ago

Blur: 'We used to take it in turns to punch each other'

Again in Hong Kong, where they recorded their album The Magic Whip, Damon, Graham, Alex and Dave speak about falling out and making up, the state of British pop music and why 90s Britpop was a wasted alternativeHong Kong in July is usually a disorien...

by Heidi Harley - 5 years ago

On my radar: Thea Gilmore’s cultural highlights

The singer-songwriter on the return of Blur, the loneliness in Edward Hopper’s work, BBC TV satire W1A and the inspirational environment of LiverpoolSinger-songwriter Thea Gilmore grew up in Oxford earlier than leaving house in her teenagers to work...

by Heidi Harley - 5 years ago

Make sure you can vote on May 7th

It’s crucial election in many years – however are you positive you’re going to be able to participate? To be able to vote, it is advisable be on the Electoral Register. Are you? In the previous days, one individual from each family...

by Heidi Harley - 6 years ago

What are the best anti-riffs in rock?

BBC Radio 2 listeners have picked their favorite riffs in music, with Led Zeppelin’s Entire Lotta Love topping the record. But what of the more unconventional methods of enjoying? BBC Radio 2 listeners have picked their top riffs from of an inventory...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

Justice for the rich, McJustice for the poor.

This is the speech I made to the #Just4Justice Legal Assist protest on 7 March 2014. As you in all probability know, we’re going to be hearing so much over the subsequent yr concerning the Magna Carta, as a result of in 2015 it is going to be 800 yea...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

Human Rights, Human Wrongs

It's 20 years ago at this time that the primary Human Rights Day celebrated the adoption of the Common Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. A huge quantity has been achieved since then in lots of nations all over the world, however not all the things...

by Heidi Harley - 8 years ago

Noel Gallagher; Damon Albarn & Graham Coxon – review

Royal Albert Hall, LondonThe cessation of hostilities, when it came, was virtually poignant – properly, for many who remembered the mid-90s feud between Blur and Oasis, which gave the era's two largest British bands licence to insult one another ever...