Category : Groupe

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 listening to rather a lot over the subsequent yr concerning the Magna Carta, because in 2015 it is going to be 800...

by Heidi Harley - 7 years ago

Human Rights, Human Wrongs

It is 20 years in the past immediately that the primary Human Rights Day celebrated the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. An enormous amount has been achieved since then in lots of nations around the globe, but not every...

by Heidi Harley - 8 years ago

Noel Gallagher; Damon Albarn & Graham Coxon – review

Royal Albert Hall, LondonThe cessation of hostilities, when it got here, was virtually poignant – nicely, for many who remembered the mid-90s feud between Blur and Oasis, which gave the era's two largest British bands licence to insult each other eac...

by Heidi Harley - 8 years ago

Example: The Evolution of Man – review

(Ministry of Sound)Judging by the readers' comments, Instance gained few buddies in a recent Guardian interview. But the consensus – that the Fulham singer/rapper is an disagreeable hardnut – might be overturned by his fourth album, which is loaded w...

by Heidi Harley - 9 years ago

Reading festival 2012 gets an A* in Having It

Graham Coxon cranked it up, and Kasabian set their phasers to fun, as Reading syndrome set in en masse. Perhaps the Remedy's punishing set had one thing to do with that"They're either celebrating their good outcomes, or they've abandoned life because...

by Heidi Harley - 9 years ago

Blur release Olympic closing concert as live album

ParkLive is already obtainable on iTunes, and a deluxe box set is due in November that includes a 60-page e-bookBlur have released a stay album of their Olympic closing concert. Just days after the band played Hyde Park in London, a recording of the...

by Heidi Harley - 9 years ago

Blur: 21 – review

It is a hardy soul who'll get via all 21 discs, however Blur's full works make for an interesting pay attentionThere's one thing oddly last about lavish CD field sets. Their completeness appears to say: "That is it." Those interested by Blur's future...