Listen to two brand new Lykke Li tracks

Listen to two brand new Lykke Li tracks

Swedish pop sensation Lykke Li has shared two tracks from her soon-to-be-released new album. You can listen to them right here. So Sad So Sexy, the 32-year-old singer’s fourth album, will be released on June 8 via RCA. It follows on from 2014’s I Never Learn. Ahead of the album’s release, Lykke has shared two lead singles – Deep End and Hard Rain. Deep End is produced by Kanye West collaborator Jeff Bhasker, Frank Ocean and Zayn…

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AAA’s Hottest Record Of The Week: Miles Kane, Loaded

AAA’s Hottest Record Of The Week: Miles Kane, Loaded

Miles Kane has shared his collaboration with Jamie T and Lana Del Rey – and it’s our Hottest Record Of The Week. A few days ago, the Last Shadow Puppets member announced a huge UK tour and details of new album Coup De Grace. Loaded is the first track to be taken from the follow-up to 2013’s Don’t Forget Who You Are – and you can listen to it below. Speaking of the collaboration to…

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Prince’s estate releases original version of Nothing Compares 2 U

Prince’s estate releases original version of Nothing Compares 2 U

Prince‘s estate has released his original studio recording of Nothing Compares 2 U for the first time – as well as previously unseen rehearsal footage. You can watch it right here. The late star, who died at his home near Minneapolis in April 2016, wrote the song and recorded it in 1984. It was originally released by Prince side project The Family on their self-titled debut album, but it wasn’t until Irish singer Sinead O’Connor…

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Listen: Thom Yorke shares new music from Tarik Barri collaboration

Listen: Thom Yorke shares new music from Tarik Barri collaboration

Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has previewed atmospheric new music from his collaboration with composer Tarik Barri. You can listen to it here. The shared clip is part of a new audiovisual installation titled City Rats, which was commissioned by Berlin’s Institute for Sound and Music. Yorke and Barri’s piece will play from the ISM Hexadome, a 54-speaker and six-screen structure, at the Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin this Saturday (April 21). Its description explains: “All…

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What to expect in The Walking Dead season nine (spoiler alert)

What to expect in The Walking Dead season nine (spoiler alert)

The Walking Dead season eight wrapped up in the UK last night as Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) slashed arch enemy Negan’s (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) throat before deciding to let him live, but with the hit zombie show’s key antagonist now left to “rot in a cell”, season nine is very much up in the air. Asked by Entertainment Weekly what to expect when the series returns, showrunner Scott Gimple said: “The show evolves. They’re facing different problems….

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Review: Public Service Broadcasting, Usher Hall

Review: Public Service Broadcasting, Usher Hall

Dismissed in the early days as an “art-school novelty act”, J. Willgoose Esq’s musical brainchild has grown considerably. Not to gargantuan proportions, yet, but certainly headed in that direction. Back in 2010, while Public Service Broadcasting was still a solo project, the corduroy-clad multi-instrumentalist was playing to just a handful of punters during the Fringe. “It was tough… a right old slog,” the London-based songwriter told AAA Edinburgh recently. “I think I played to four…

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Interview: Bowling for Soup

Interview: Bowling for Soup

Earlier this year, Texan pop-punkers Bowling for Soup returned to Scotland as part of a UK-wide tour to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their Drunk Enough to Dance album. Ahead of the release of the DVD of the tour, which was recorded during the band’s show at Brixton Academy, AAA caught up with bassist Erik Chandler to find out why they decided to return to touring and what it’s like to be in one of…

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This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre: Top Tickets

This Week’s Edinburgh Theatre: Top Tickets

We explore the best shows gracing Edinburgh stages this week. Fat Friends: The Musical The hit TV show Fat Friends from award-winning national treasure Kay Mellor (creator of Band of Gold, The Syndicate and In The Club) is bursting onto the stage in a brand new musical, with original music by Nick Lloyd Webber. Join the infamous group of TV’s most loveable characters as they are put through their Zumba paces at their local branch…

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Biffy Clyro to visit Edinburgh on ‘MTV Unplugged tour’

Biffy Clyro to visit Edinburgh on ‘MTV Unplugged tour’

Scottish rockers Biffy Clyro have announced details of their first acoustic album – plus a UK and Ireland tour that will see them visit Edinburgh in September. Although their live shows are best known for their electrifying and explosive energy, the Ayrshire tio have often demonstrated that their songs possess an added poignancy when stripped back to their essence. Now the band have announced details of their first acoustic album, MTV Unplugged: Live At Roundhouse…

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The Weeknd shares video for new single Call Out My Name

The Weeknd shares video for new single Call Out My Name

Canadian R&B star The Weeknd has shared a dark new video for his single Call Out My Name – and you can watch it right here. The trippy video is directed by Grant Singer, who also directed the promos for Starboy and The Hills. A fortnight ago, The Weeknd – real name Abęl Tesfaye – released new album My Dear Melancholy. The record arrived just 18 months after the Grammy-winning effort Starboy, which featured collaborations…

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