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Move On Up: Why 60s And 70s Black Music Will “Resonate Through Time”
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Move On Up: Why 60s And 70s Black Music Will “Resonate Through Time”

‘Knowing what’s happening today,’ Lalah Hathaway tells Dig!, the socio-political soul music of the 70s ‘could have been written last week’.

Good Woman: Why The Staves Have Been “Giving Fewer Shits”
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Good Woman: Why The Staves Have Been “Giving Fewer Shits”

The Staves’ third album, ‘Good Woman’, takes the sibling trio into new places. ‘We just do what we feel we need to,’ they tell Dig!

Andrea Corr: Christmas Songs “Let You Know You Are Not Alone”
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Andrea Corr: Christmas Songs “Let You Know You Are Not Alone”

With her ‘Christmas Songs’ EP, Andrea Corr delicately expresses the feelings of loss and reflection that are a part of every holiday season.

Mica Paris: “I Was Going Home” With Gospel Album
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Mica Paris: “I Was Going Home” With Gospel Album

Mica Paris’ new album, ‘Gospel’, finds her returning to her church roots. “Gospel music saves your soul,” she tells Dig!

‘Captain’ “Told You Everything About Idlewild” Says Roddy Woomble
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‘Captain’ “Told You Everything About Idlewild” Says Roddy Woomble

With ‘Captain’, Idlewild revitalised British rock music. “I didn’t want to be in a polite band,” singer Roddy Woomble tells Dig!

Våkenatt: How bridges “Changed Everything” And Gave The World a-ha
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Våkenatt: How bridges “Changed Everything” And Gave The World a-ha

The work of a ‘schizophrenic band’ that ‘didn’t fit’, bridges’ ‘Våkenatt’ album sounded like no other Norwegian music. Then they birthed a-ha.