Watch: Thom Yorke performs new song Daily Battles

Watch: Thom Yorke performs new song Daily Battles

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has performed new solo song Daily Battles on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert – and you can watch it here. Daily Battles is taken from Motherless Brooklyn, the film based on the 1999 novel of the same name by Jonathan Lethem. The film is written, produced and directed by Edward Norton. Yorke recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel to play three songs from his new album, ANIMA. Yorke will visit Scotland…

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AAA’s Hottest Record of the Week: Chvrches, Death Stranding

AAA’s Hottest Record of the Week: Chvrches, Death Stranding

Scottish synth-pop trio Chvrches have shared new track Death Stranding — and it’s our Hottest Record Of The Week. The Lauren Mayberry-fronted group debuted the track on The Late Late Show With James Corden. The song is for Hideo Kojima’s new game, also titled Death Stranding, and Chvrches band member Iain Cook has revealed to the BBC that the famed video game designer said it “made him cry”. Fellow band member Martin Doherty added: “He…

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The Walking Dead boss reveals why Daryl Dixon has never been in a relationship

The Walking Dead boss reveals why Daryl Dixon has never been in a relationship

The Walking Dead’s show runner has revealed why fan-favourite Daryl Dixon has never been in a relationship. The loveable redneck, played by Norman Reedus, is one of the hit zombie series longest-serving characters – but he has never found love and struggles to get close to those around him. Show runner Angela Kang has explained why Daryl struggles to connect with people, citing his difficult childhood and guarded personality. “Daryl’s such an interesting character that…

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Goldfrapp to visit Edinburgh on 2020 UK tour

Goldfrapp to visit Edinburgh on 2020 UK tour

British electronic duo Goldfrapp have announced a UK tour for spring 2020 – and it includes a visit to Edinburgh in March. Felt Mountain: The 20th Year Tour will see Goldfrapp play tracks from the album for the first time since its original release in a brand new show featuring lush and intimate takes on classics from across their 20-year career. “Looking back, Felt Mountain represents a very special period in my life,” says Alison…

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Review: Cabaret, Festival Theatre ****

Review: Cabaret, Festival Theatre ****

Bill Kenwright’s multi award-winning production of Kander and Ebb’s Cabaret was never going to disappoint, and if you like your musicals with all the glitz and glamour of a 1930s nightclub then it is not to be missed. Based on the musical adaption of Christopher Isherwood’s novel, Goodbye to Berlin, Cabaret tells the story of an aspiring young writer named Clifford Bradshaw (played by Charles Hagerty) who becomes involved in the wonderfully debauched lives of…

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Watch: Dua Lipa shares video for new single Don’t Start Now

Watch: Dua Lipa shares video for new single Don’t Start Now

New Rules hitmaker Dua Lipa has shared the video for her new dancefloor-friendly single, Don’t Start Now – and you can watch it righ there. The Brit Award-winner described Don’t Start Now as a “pure adrenalin fuelled, feel good dance floor anthem of positivity and self-empowerment”. “I chose to put this song out first so I could close one chapter of my life and start another,” she said. “Into a new era with a new…

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Review: The Rocky Horror Show, Edinburgh Playhouse

Review: The Rocky Horror Show, Edinburgh Playhouse

Suspenders at the ready, The Rocky Horror Show is back in town. Based on Richard O’Brien’s cult 70s musical of the same name, The Rocky Horror Show is a mind-warping production that’ll transport you straight to Transexual, Transylvania. This outrageous horror/comedy musical is like nothing else – it’s camp, it’s queer, it’s intergalactic and it will have you dancing all night, or at least doing The Time Warp. The Rocky Horror Show tells the story…

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‘Unbelievable Jeff!’ Chris Kamara announces debut album

‘Unbelievable Jeff!’ Chris Kamara announces debut album

Chris ‘Kammy’ Kamara has announced his debut album, Here’s to Christmas, will be released on 15 November on So What. The presenter, known to many as being the voice of Saturday afternoons, lends his expressive croon to the sounds of brass, strings and swing on Christmas standards including Winter Wonderland, It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, and Santa Baby. ‘Unbelievable Jeff’? Maybe not! A love of big band music has always been in…

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The Walking Dead 2020 spin-off will be ‘so different’ says franchise boss

The Walking Dead 2020 spin-off will be ‘so different’ says  franchise boss

The Walking Dead’s third spin-off series will be “so different from anything we’ve seen before”, according to chief creative officer Scott Gimple. Chatting to The Hollywood Reporter, Gimple explained what fans can expect from the hit zombie franchise’s third show, which is due to air in 2020. He said: “With that show, the third show, it is less about the format and it is much more about the perspective that we have.” Gimple went on…

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Bryan Cranston open to Breaking Bad return

Bryan Cranston open to Breaking Bad return

Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston is open to the possibility of reprising his role as Walter White. The show returned with new Netflix film El Camino: A Breaking Bad Story earlier this month. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Cranston revealed that he could be interested in becoming Walter White again in the future. “I know that [Better Call Saul co-creators] Vince [Gilligan] and Peter Gould are so protective of their characters and their story…

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