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January 6, 2021

Sam Richards PJ Harvey announces Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea vinyl reissue

PJ Harvey has announced that the vinyl reissue of her Mercury Prize-winning fifth album, Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea, will be released by UMC/Island on February 26.

As with the other albums in PJ Harvey’s current reissue series, it will be accompanied by a standalone album of previously unreleased demos (available on vinyl, CD and digital formats). Listen to the demo version of “This Mess We’re In” below:

Pre-order Stories From The City, Stories From The Sea here and pre-order the demos album here.

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Happy heavenly birthday dear Syd. The original psychedelic renegade… xM

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Sam Richards Watch Goat Girl play a live version of new song, “The Crack”

South London’s Goat Girl are poised to release their second album On All Fours via Rough Trade on January 29.

One of its tracks is entitled “The Crack” – watch them play a live version below, recorded at The Nunhead Alhambra:

Ahead of the release of On All Fours, the band will perform live from Rough Trade East on January 27 – you can buy tickets for the livestream here.

To read a full-page review of On All Fours, along with a Q&A with singer/guitarist Lottie Pendlebury, pick up the latest issue of Uncut which is available to buy online here.

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Henry Bruce-Jones Terrence Dixon embarks on a poetic journey through Detroit

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Sam Richards Neil Young sells 50% of catalogue rights to Hipgnosis Songs Fund

Neil Young has sold a 50% share of his 1,180-song catalogue to Hipgnosis Songs Fund in a deal worth an estimated $150m, according to the BBC.

The fast-rising company, founded by former Sanctuary CEO and Elton John manager Merck Mercuriadis, has made music industry headlines over the last couple of years by buying up the catalogues of major artists such as Blondie, Chic and Steve Winwood.

Earlier this week, Hipgnosis acquired 100% of Lindsey Buckingham’s 161-song catalogue, including hits he wrote for Fleetwood Mac.

Hipgnosis makes money when its songs are used in TV, films, adverts and other ‘sync’ deals, but Mercuriadis claims that this imperative won’t clash with Neil Young’s staunchly anti-commercial stance: “I built Hipgnosis to be a company Neil would want to be a part of,” he said. “We have a common integrity, ethos and passion born out of a belief in music and these important songs. There will never be a ‘Burger Of Gold’, but we will work together to make sure everyone gets to hear them on Neil’s terms.”

Last month, Universal Music Group bought 100% of Bob Dylan’s catalogue of over 600 songs for a figure believed to be upwards of $200m, the biggest publishing deal ever.

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New video by Gramophone on YouTube

The Truth sent from above (arr Ralph Vaughan Williams and Owain Park)
To mark Epiphany, our video of the day is a performance of The Truth sent from above, arranged by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Owain Park.

Filmed at Castle Howard, North Yorkshire, in association with the Ryedale Festival and Tidze, the singers were the combined forces of Echo Vocal Ensemble (directed by Sarah Latto), The Swan Consort (directed by Anita Datta) and Gesualdo Six (directed by Owain Park). The soloists are Sam Mitchell, Luthien Brackett and Michael Craddock. Filmed and recorded by Patrick Allen.

The full series features performances by each group and is available till the end of January:
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New video by Gramophone on YouTube

The Truth sent from above (arr Ralph Vaughan Williams and Owain Park)
To mark Epiphany, our video of the day is a performance of The Truth sent from above, arranged by Ralph Vaughan Williams and Owain Park.

Filmed at Castle Howard, North Yorkshire, in association with the Ryedale Festival and Tidze, the singers were the combined forces of Echo Vocal Ensemble (directed by Sarah Latto), The Swan Consort (directed by Anita Datta) and Gesualdo Six (directed by Owain Park). The soloists are Sam Mitchell, Luthien Brackett and Michael Craddock. Filmed and recorded by Patrick Allen.

The full series features performances by each group and is available till the end of January:
https://ift.tt/3pYv2c5

View on YouTube

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