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Robyn to Release 3 albums Across 2010

"Five years after the release of her 2005 eponymous masterpiece, Swedish pop genius Robyn is coming back with three new albums that will roll out across 2010, according to an interview in Swedish magazine Bon.



Among her bounty of new, more "dance-oriented" songs is a "rap duel" with… Continue

Added by Cherrytree on February 26, 2010 at 2:00pm — 2 Comments


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Night Train - Biography 2010



Not many British bands these days have more than one album, which sells a million copies, let alone three. Fewer still manage to replicate - and maintain - that success outside the UK. And only a tiny number are able to continually develop their sound as their career progresses. But, in the last decade, Keane have achieved all of those things and a whole lot more. After selling 10 million copies of their three award-winning albums, it's no… Continue

Added by Keane on February 24, 2010 at 9:00am — No Comments

Space Cowboy - Going Gaga and Beyond



Check out the Space Cowboy feature below taken from the January Issue of the DJ Times. Click the images to enlarge.…











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Added by Space Cowboy on February 18, 2010 at 2:30pm — 10 Comments

Blog Entry from Noah and the Whale: European Tour

Hello



We have some new European tour dates posted on our myspace. Take a look see if it's in a town near you.



Things are going extremely well in the studio, we've got seven tracks written and nearly demoed now and we're starting to wind up for the Roundhouse show in March. However despite this great mass of activities our bass player Urby Whale seems to have found his way back onto the silver screen.



Here are some recent photos of Urby;…



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Added by Noah and the Whale on February 17, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments

New Blog from Noah and the Whale - James Robinson

Have you ever wondered what our photographer James Robinson looks like? Ever wondered who the man behind the camera was for almost all the photos in our album photo booklet? Well wonder no more.....







www.jamesrobinsongallery.co.uk… Continue

Added by Noah and the Whale on February 11, 2010 at 8:30am — No Comments


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Feist Featured on new Broken Social Scene Album

Broken Social Scene have recorded and are set to release the follow up to their self-titled 2005 album. As of yet the new LP is untitled but we can tell you it will feature the exquisite vocals of Cherrytree's very own Feist.



"There is one tune where all the ladies sing together--… Continue

Added by Feist on February 1, 2010 at 7:30am — 1 Comment

9/10 Review of 'The First Days of Spring' on Stereo Subversion

"Second albums can be somewhat crucial, especially to a band that has already garnered some attention. Critics can speak of the “sophomore slump,” where a band with a decent debut leaves fans disappointed, be it because of too much evolution too quickly, or just a mailed in, re-hash of the original formula. Of course, sometimes bands get it right, and Noah and the Whale leaves little room for argument that they have done just that on The First Days of Spring."



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Added by Noah and the Whale on January 25, 2010 at 2:47pm — No Comments


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Vote for Keane at the BRIT Awards!

On Monday it was announced that Hopes And Fears has been nominated for the Best British Album of 30 Years award at this year's Brit Awards. The winner will be decided by an online vote - please click here and vote for Keane. Registration is quick and easy and then you just hit the 'vote' button to make your voice…

Added by Keane on January 21, 2010 at 1:04pm — 1 Comment


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Keane Nominated for Best British Album of 30 Years

Keane have been nominated for Brits Album of 30 Years, for their debut album Hopes and Fears, which was released on 10th May 2004.



In 2004 Island Records released the best-selling British album of the year, Hopes and Fears, garnering two Brit Awards, Q Award for Best Album of the Year and winning Tim Rice-Oxley an Ivor Novello for “Composer of the Year”. The album was also voted one of the “Best British Albums” in a Q Magazine/HMV poll in 2008, the first of two Keane albums to… Continue

Added by Keane on January 20, 2010 at 12:15pm — No Comments

Top 100 Albums of 2009 - The First Days of Spring at Number 9

The Times Online have just published the list of their top 100 albums of 2009, placing Noah and the Whales new album "The First Days of Spring" at an outstanding 9th place.



Check out the full Top 100 list at the TimeOnline.co.uk and you can re-read The Times Online's 5-star review of The First Days of Spring… Continue

Added by Noah and the Whale on December 11, 2009 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Noah and the Whale on 'One Tree Hill'

'Blue Skies' will be featured this coming Monday (Dec 7) on One Tree Hill. Tune in to The CW on Monday at 8/7c.

Added by Noah and the Whale on December 4, 2009 at 12:37pm — No Comments

Space Cowboy Album Release Party - Cambridge, MA

HEROES at T.T. The Bear's Place in Cambridge, MA will be host to a Space Cowboy album release party next Saturday 21st November with lots of great giveaways.



Check out the flier below for full details.…



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Added by Space Cowboy on November 13, 2009 at 2:34pm — No Comments

Noah and the Whale on the cover of East Coast Rocker

Noah and the Whale grace the cover of last weeks East Coast Rocker magazine and give an in-depth interview discussing the new album 'The First Days of Spring'



"As we progressed and wanted to do other things, we kept the violin and some of the instrumentation, which gives it something unique."



Check it out in the scans below (click the picture for larger size)…



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Added by Noah and the Whale on November 4, 2009 at 2:16pm — No Comments

New York Times Reviews Noah and the Whale Live Performance

"The title song of its current album - "The First Days of Spring" (Cherrytree), a promise of renewal based only on "hoping that one day you may come back" - the coda rang with piano chords like a buildup by Bruce Springstreen's E Street Band."



Check out the full interview online here, or in print below (click picture for larger image)…



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Added by Noah and the Whale on November 4, 2009 at 2:00pm — No Comments

About Natalie Janz

Natalie Janz is a Canadian singer/songwriter. She comes from a musical family and is currently based in Europe.

Her father, Daniel Janz was part of the group Deliverance in the 1970’s.

Through her music and her unique voice, she has created her own sound - a magnetic one.

And to achieve that sound on her first album -Magnetic- she rallied around her some of the best musicians who will be joining her worldwide tour in 2010.

The tour will start in Europe and the USA in early… Continue

Added by Natalie Janz on October 31, 2009 at 6:36pm — No Comments

Noah and the Whale Feature in Mix Magazine

Noah and the Whale are featured in the current issue of Mix Magazine over a three page spread. Check out the interview and what they had to say below:



"I think we're really capturing the essence of the record live and all of the old songs have been given a new varnish. They've been arranged more like the new songs and the set feels really fluid. I think it's the best we've ever sounded"



Click the scans below to read the full article.…



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Added by Noah and the Whale on October 30, 2009 at 7:30am — No Comments

Noah and the Whale - The Aftermath

Choosing Noah and the Whale's new album "The First Days Of Spring" as Thursday's Pick, NPR music reviewer/producer Stephen Thompson writes:



""The First Days of Spring" opens with a drum beat that's part heartbeat, part funeral dirge — which makes sense, given that it kicks off a song cycle about… Continue

Added by Noah and the Whale on October 30, 2009 at 7:00am — No Comments


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La Roux in The New York Times

Check out the New York Times' review of La Roux's live performance in NYC earlier this week.



"The self-titled La Roux debut album, released in the United States last month (it was a hit in England this summer), is dizzying fun. Ms. Jackson, who recalls early Madonna, or even Neneh Cherry, sounds coy even when she's mad, but thanks to the lush, throbbing arrangements, she is never chilly, never off-putting"…



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Added by La Roux on October 28, 2009 at 11:57am — 1 Comment

First Days of Spring is Album of the Year by Q Magazine

Noah and the Whale's "The First Days or Spring" has been selected by the UK's Q Magazine as one of the best ALBUMS OF THE YEAR. You can check out the full article below!





Noah and the Whale will be in NY performing at the Mercury Lounge on November 2nd, 3rd and… Continue

Added by Noah and the Whale on October 28, 2009 at 11:32am — No Comments


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Sting on TV

Tune in this week to see Sting on The Today Show (October 27th), The View (October 28th) and Letterman (October 29th).

Check your local listings for times.

Added by Sting on October 26, 2009 at 5:15pm — 1 Comment

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