The Drake coined term YOLO meaning You Only Live Once has been entered into the Oxford English Dictionary.
Jay Z and Beyonce have reportedly been sued by a woman claiming that they music stars’ child, Blue Ivy, is actually hers and not the power couples. The claimant has previously filed law suits against Kim Kardashian and Janet Jackson among other celebrities.
Cliff Richard has become the latest celebrity to be implicated in sexual offence claims. Whilst the singer has not been charged his house was searched by police. This claim has no association with operation Yewtree.
Kyle Minogue’s first four albums are set to be re-released. They will be re-mastered an include B-sides and exclusive remixes.
Catch Broken Records on tour.
4th September – The Lexington, London
10th October – Pleasance, Edinburgh
12th October – The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen
Chet Faker has included four UK dates on his UK tour.
18th November – Academy, Dublin
20th November – The Coronet, London
21st November – The Ritz, Manchester
22nd November – Art School, Glasgow
Example is set to ply an epic 27 date UK tour starting in October.
17th October – Venue Cymru, Llandudno
18th October – Victoria Hall, Stoke
19th October – Auditorium, Grimsby
21st October – o2 Academy, Newcastle
22nd October – Sands Centre, Carlisle
23rd October – Barbican, York
25th October – o2 Academy, Leeds
26th October – Pavilion, Bath
27th October – o2 Academy, Bournemouth
29th October – Centre, Newport
30th October – Pavilions, Plymouth
2nd November – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
3rd November – Winter Gardens, Margate
4th November – Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone
6th November – Winter Gardens, Eastbourne
7th November – Rock City, Nottingham
8th November – o2 Academy Sheffield, Sheffield
10th November – o2 Academy, Leicester
11th November – Guildhall, Portsmouth
13th November – o2 Academy Brixton, London
17th November – Corn Exchange, Cambridge
18th November – UEA, Norwich
19th November – University, Liverpool
21st November – o2 Academy, Birmingham
23rd November – City Hall, Hull
25th November – Barrowland, Glasgow
27th November – o2 Apollo, Manchester
JP Hoe has announced UK tour dates.
23rd August – Shrewsbury Folk Festival, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
24th August – Green note, Camden, London
25th August – Shrewsbury Folk Festival, Shrewsbury, Shropshire
26th August – The Golden Lion, Bristol (Free Entry)
27th August – Indie Kitchen, Falmouth, Cornwall
29th August – The Hive, Bath (Free Entry)
30th August – Sport & Social Club, Leicester
1st September – Oporto, Leeds
Lola Colt start touring in October.
22nd October – Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
23rd October – Georgian Theatre, Stockton on Tees
24th October – The Trades Clubs, Hebden Bridge
25th October – Soup Kitchen, Manchester
26th October – Oporto, Leeds
30th October – Start The Bus, Bristol
31st October – Bedford Esquires, Bedford
2nd November – The Hope, Brighton
4th November – Electrowerkz, London (album launch show)
Southern start touring later this month.
22nd August – Reading Festival
23rd August – Leeds Festival
27th September – Lennons, Southampton
28th September – Sunflower Lounge, Birmingham
29th September – Kasbah, Coventry
1st October – Oakford Social
2nd October – 60 Million Postcards, Bournemouth
3rd October – Also Known as, Banbury
4th October – The Birdcage, Bristol
6th October – Academy 2, Oxford
7th October – Green Door Store, Brighton
8th October – Leadmill, Sheffield
10th October – KU Bar, Stockton
11th October – The Hop, Wakefield
12th October – Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow
Stars – Collabro
Get Hurt – The Gaslight Anthem
At the Movies – Richard & Adam
Native – One Republic
I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss – Sinead O’Connor