Monday, September 17, 2007


I Scratching the Surface of 21st Century Music (Cool English Magazine, 01 Sep 2007, Page 6)

I Scratching the Surface of 21st Century Music
by Christine Brandel
Cool English Magazine
01 Sep 2007

“ You call that music?” I suppose this phrase has been uttered from parents to children since the beginning of time. Even Mozart in his day was too out there for many people. But in the ‘50s, with the introduction of Elvis Presley’s rock and roll (not... read more...
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Monday, August 27, 2007


Pack the dancing shoes

The New Zealand Herald
24 Aug 2007

OLIVER Mtukudzi has produced about 50 albums in a career that started in the 1970s, and is thrilled to get the opportunity to notch up another couple of live shows here. He says a visit to Auckland a few years ago for a music collaboration with local... read more...

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Old music, new fans Tunes from the ’80s, ’90s sell well with young buyers
The Washington Times Daily
22 Jul 2007

M NEW YORK uch of the rock ’n’ roll and pop canon is well established. Buying the albums of ’60s and ’70s acts like the Beatles, the Beach Boys, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley is akin to a rite of passage for any young music fan. These are... read more...

Monday, July 16, 2007

Back in the groove: young music fans ditch downloads and spark vinyl revival
Katie Allen Media business correspondent
The Guardian
16 Jul 2007

The format was supposed to have been badly wounded by the introduction of CDs and killed off completely by the pod-generation that bought music online. But in a rare case of cheerful news for the record labels, the latest phenomenon in a notoriously... read more...

Monday, July 02, 2007

Sentiment and spontaneity at Wembley as the princes throw a party for Diana
Esther Addley
The Guardian
02 Jul 2007

They came with their plastic macs and Marks & Spencer carrier bags full of sandwiches, filing towards the enormous Wembley arch. It was to be a lighthearted celebration, the event’s organisers had insisted, and certainly the snaking queue of couples... read more...

Monday, June 18, 2007

Your festival survival guide

The Jewish Chronicle
15 Jun 2007

S Hell-raising North London diva Amy Winehouse, who shared a stage with Mick Jagger last week at the Isle of Wight Festival, is a major draw at this year’s Glastonbury, the granddaddy of the festival scene. She will headlining on the Jazzworld stage... read more...

Monday, May 28, 2007


The Business
26 May 2007


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