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Time bandit

On his latest album, Sam Beam, otherwise known as Iron & Wine, is in a reflective mood. His theory: embrace the moment but if it’s not happening, just do something else.

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Home sweet home

Considered bland and suburban by most, the Home Counties boast a bubbling undercurrent of creativity. UK band Saint Etienne is now singing their praises

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Far out east

Island tea parties, Galliano galleons, stages made of rice, gong baths and very beautiful people: Wonderfruit is a festival like no other; a beacon of peace and calm where hedonism takes a backseat. Time to ditch the city…

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Culture briefing

Our usual rounded round-up which this month features, without a hint of irony, Alanis Morissette.

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Special Features, 10

11 May 2016

It’s all about Eurovision on our four-part weekly series leading up to the competition in Stockholm on 14 May. For the third show our Eurovision correspondents Fernando Augusto Pacheco and Georgina Godwin are joined by…

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Special Features, 9

3 May 2016

For the second show in our four-part weekly series leading up to Eurovision in Stockholm on 14 May, our correspondents Fernando Augusto Pacheco and Georgina Godwin discuss how the competition has become so important for gay…

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Special Features, 8

25 April 2016

It’s all about Eurovision on our four-part weekly series leading up to the competition in Stockholm on 14 May. For the first show our Eurovision correspondents Fernando Augusto Pacheco and Georgina Godwin will talk to the…

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The Sessions at Midori House, 51

20 February 2016

Ex-Beta Band member Steve Mason plays tracks from his new album ‘Meet the Humans’ and speaks to Tom Hall about the ideas behind the record, his love for 90s R‘n’B production and what happens when he’s let loose on an air…

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Australian DJs: FBI

The warmth of Australia’s wireless provides a crucial platform for overlooked stories and offbeat music – and fights the good fight in uniting a country plagued by the tyranny of distance. Monocle dials into four of the…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 242

16 February 2016

We find out if ‘The Life of Pablo’ can make a louder noise than its creator Kanye West’s tempestuous personal life, enjoy LNZNDRF, a new outfit from members of US bloke-rock favourites The National and get nuanced in nu…

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The Sessions at Midori House, 50

13 February 2016

We welcome the best new band in the world: Sunflower Bean. This cool-as-anything New York three-piece look like they mean business and sound like they have a very good record collection starring Television, The Velvet…

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The Monocle Arts Review, 237

9 February 2016

Together with broadcaster and country-music aficionado Baylen Leonard we listen to new tracks by US musician Anderson East, Grammy award-winning blues singer Bonnie Raitt and UK folksters Treetop Flyers.

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The Monocle Arts Review, 232

2 February 2016

Last Friday was a big day for pop releases, with Rihanna and Sia bringing out highly anticipated albums; Alice Vincent, arts and entertainment writer for ‘The Telegraph’, and Andrew Mueller talk through both. Plus: we learn…

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