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Video of the Moment #1020: Imogen Heap

By on Sunday, 28th October 2012 at 6:00 pm

The new video for Imogen Heap‘s ‘You Know Where to Find Me’ shows loads of different people tickling the ivories in a variety of locations. It’s different and heartwarming. Watch it below.



Imogen Heap / February 2010 UK Tour

By on Tuesday, 27th October 2009 at 1:35 am

The pretty amazing Imogen Heap has announced a string of UK tour dates for next February.

Tickets go on pre-sale at 10am today (27th October 2009) here, or on Friday (30th October) at 9am for everyone else.

Sunday 7th February 2010 – Manchester Academy 2
Monday 8th February 2010 – Glasgow ABC
Tuesday 9th February 2010 – Leeds Metropolitan Uni
Thursday 11th February 2010 – Bristol O2 Academy
Friday 12th February 2010 – Cambridge Junction
Saturday 13th February 2010 – Birmingham O2 Academy 2
Monday 15th February 2010 – Gateshead The Sage
Wednesday 17th February 2010 – Bournemouth O2 Academy
Thursday 18th February 2010 – Oxford O2 Academy
Friday 19th February 2010 – London O2 Shepherds Bush Empire


Video of the Day #98: Imogen Heap

By on Tuesday, 11th August 2009 at 6:00 pm


Imogen Heap – Canvas

Ahh, Imogen Heap. The toast of the digital world, innovative and with great tunes to boot. I first came across her on the soundtrack of Garden State (possibly one of my favourite films ever), and am super excited about her forthcoming new album, Ellipse, which is out in two weeks time.

This is the video for “Canvas”, which is one of the tracks on the new album and suited perfectly to our weather in the UK at the moment (!). Watch and enjoy.


MySpace’s Top Acts of 2008

By on Monday, 29th December 2008 at 7:20 pm

ColdplaySocial networking site, MySpace has completely transformed the way we discover and listen to our music. Aspiring musicians are uploading their music everyday to an audience of over 100 million people, worldwide. It’s famously known for assisting in the launch of artists such as Lily Allen and Arctic Monkeys and this week, MySpace has chosen to reveal the eight most popular musicians on the site for this year.

So, who reached the number one spot? Well, unusually, it’s an act that’s not released any material since way back in 2005. The band in discussion are also non-human. Guessed yet? Well, Damon Albarn’s virtual band, Gorillaz (pictured top), is the act that’s surprisingly topped the poll, beating the likes of Amy Winehouse, Oasis and Coldplay. The animated group, who’s hits include ‘Feel Good Inc’ and ‘DARE’, have had a crazy 11,498,760 hits on their MySpace page and boast of 682,875 friends.

Bullet For My ValentineComing in second place is Welsh metal band, Bullet for My Valentine, with an impressive 596,885 mates. Comments on the seemingly worshipped band’s profile include “i will never get over how aswome u guys r!” and “OMG I LOVE U GUYS U RULE U WILL ONE DAY RULE THE WORLD”. The ‘Hearts Burst Into Fire’ band are currently preparing to embark on a tour around Australia and New Zeland, take parting in the awesome ‘Big Day Out’ festival.

Check out the complete list compiling MySpace’s eight most popular acts of 2008, here:

  1. Gorillaz (682,875 friends)
  2. Bullet for My Valentine (596,885 friends)
  3. Amy Winehouse (542,268 friends)
  4. Coldplay (525,110 friends) (pictured top right)
  5. Lily Allen (462,159 friends)
  6. MIA (399,858 friends)
  7. Oasis (353,484 friends)
  8. Imogen Heap (351,484 friends)

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