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Florence + The Machine
Aka one-woman pop-indie-blues-rock singer Florence Welch, a modern-day Kate Bush with the grit of PJ Harvey. Her debut release, the Brit award-winning 'Lungs', notched up a staggering 65 consecutive weeks in the UK Top 40 album charts, while her follow-up Ceremonials debuted at no.1. She also scored a no.2 hit by teaming up with Dizzee Rascal on her memorable cover of The Source/Candi Staton's 'You Got The Love', re-titled 'You Got The Dirtee Love'!
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One of the biggest names in hip-hop today. His background as a producer has allowed him to match his smart rhymes with consistently high quality music, leading to MOBO awards and hit records aplenty. Debut album 'The College Dropout' was a highly original piece of work that earned him an impressive reputation, whilst its followup 'Late Registration' quickly proved that he was no flash in the pan.
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'One of the most enduring and influential rock groups of all time' (Rolling Stone) Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle and Keith Moon hit the big time in the mid-60s...and continued hitting it, smashing up their instruments and generally challenging the system for the next 30 years. The deaths of Moon (1978) and Entwhistle (2002) hasn't stopped the band, and Daltry and Townshend - with a little help from their friends - still put on an awesome live show.
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Rachel Rose Reid
'Raised with one foot in the folk circuit and the other in the urban sprawl, RRR crosses between the spoken word and storytelling scenes in London and across the UK, with immense skill and breathless conviction' (The Times). 'A glimpse of magic' (The Guardian).
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