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Slaves are back with new album

Slaves have made an explosive return with their new single Spit It Out, which was played for the first time this week on Radio 1, premiered as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World. The single came with the announcement of a new album Take Control, which will be released in September.

Lauren Aquilina announces her debut album

Bristol-born singer-songwriter Lauren Aquilina has had a huge past 12 months. Things kicked off last summer when she found a fan in Taylor Swift who invited her to support her at Hyde Park. At the beginning of this year, her incredible Elle x Tate session caught the attention of Radio 1 DJ Clara Amfo, who added the track to her Top Tracks playlist. She has since racked up almost 10m streams and this week Lauren announced the release of her debut album Isn’t It Strange.

Michael Kiwanuka releases stunning second LP

It’s been four years since Michael Kiwanuka won the BBC Sound poll and released his critically acclaimed debut breakthrough Home Again. But the long wait for new music is over as he releases his highly anticipated follow up Love & Hate. Kiwanuka marked his return back in April with his soul-bearing track Black Man In A White World accompanied by a video directed by cinematographer Hiro Murai (Flying Lotus, Kendrick Lamar), setting the tone for the rest of the album.

Bastille announce Wild World album

Bastille are back, bringing with them the announcement of a new album Wild World - the follow up to their 2013, multi-platinum and global selling debut Bad Blood – alongside their biggest tour to date. The band have been tantalising fans with mysterious hints and messages.

Globe Soundtrack and Score

01/07/2016

Universal Music UK and Abbey Road Studios are launching a new division, Globe Soundtrack & Score, to maximise the artistic and commercial impact of music in film and TV.

Drake reaches yet another milestone

30/06/2016

Drake has broken yet another record, a month after Views managed to notch up more streams in a week than any other track. Now his latest hit One Dance has become the longest running number one single in the digital age, overtaking Rihanna’s 2007 chart topper Umbrella, and proving Drake to be one of the most significant artists in music today.

Mumford team up with South Africa’s finest

22/06/2016

Mumford & Sons’ tour in South Africa last year set the band on the path to collaborating with three of the nation’s most treasured musicians - Baaba Maal, Beatenberg and The Very Best - to record a mini album entitled Johannesburg. The album, named after the city it was recorded in, was released this week by Island Records, with the band finding influence and inspiration from afrobeats and South African culture..

Get ready for festival season

10/06/2016

Festival season kicks off this weekend with thousands heading to Newport for the Isle of Wight festival which has rock legends The Who and Queen as headliners. The Who headlined Hyde Park and Glastonbury last year but for Queen, with Adam Lambert taking on the vocals, this is their first headline show since their 2014 European tour and only confirmed live performance in the UK this year.

Maestro Morricone signs to Decca

02/06/2016

World-renowned, Oscar-winning Italian composer Ennio Morricone today signs to Decca Records for his new album Morricone 60 - celebrating his professional career which spans 60 years and 600 compositions.

The NHS Choir celebrate with a new single

02/06/2016

The NHS Choir signed to Decca earlier this year, after beating Justin Bieber to Christmas number one with their enchanting version of A Bridge Over You.

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