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Watch Suede’s Brett Anderson, Nadine Shah, and Portishead’s Adrian Utley Cover Mercury Rev

Will Feature on GŴYL 2021, Which Takes Place This Friday and Saturday

Mar 04, 2021

BBC Cymru, the Welsh division of BBC, will be streaming the GŴYL 2021 festival this Friday and Saturday. The stream will feature a set of performances from Suede’s Brett Anderson, Charles Hazlewood, and Paraorchestra (the set has been titled Death Songbook). One of the performances, a cover of Mercury Rev’s 1999 song “Holes,” which features contributions by Nadine Shah and Portishead’s Adrian Utley, has been shared. More

Wolf Alice Win the 2018 Mercury Prize - Watch Them Accept the Award and Perform

Plus Watch Performances from King Krule, Florence + the Machine, Everything Everything, Lily Allen, and Others

Sep 20, 2018

Wolf Alice have won this year’s Mercury Prize, for the best British album of the year, for 2017’s Visions of a Life. The London-based quartet beat out the latest albums by King Krule, Arctic Monkeys, Everything Everything, Noel Gallagher, Florence + the Machine, Lily Allen, Nadine Shah, Everything Is Recorded, and more (the full list of nominees is below). More

Mercury Prize 2018 Nominees Announced – Wolf Alice, King Krule, Arctic Monkeys, and More

Everything Everything, Noel Gallagher, Florence + the Machine, Lily Allen, and Others Also Nominated

Jul 26, 2018

This year’s Mercury Prize nominees have been announced and they include the latest albums by Wolf Alice, King Krule, Arctic Monkeys, Everything Everything, Noel Gallagher, Florence + the Machine, Lily Allen, Nadine Shah, Everything Is Recorded, and more. More

Nov 17, 2017

This week we speak to British musician Nadine Shah who covers everything from Syrian refugees to musicians entering the political fray, the rise of right-wing nationalism, and the extent to which she has to address her multi-cultural heritage through her music career. Alongside that, we have tax bills, dictators overthrown, Al Franken, Curtis Mayfield, and some good news from Australia. More