Paolo Nutini

Rock And Pop

Paolo Nutini

Paolo NutiniThis 20-year-old Scotsman (his dad's Italian, to explain the name) has been bringing his soulful croon to audiences since moving to London about two years ago.  His most recent single, New Shoes, has the kind of breezy tone heard in music by Jack Johnson or Damien Rice. It's the perfect soundtrack to the upcoming spring and summer months.
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The Hours

The HoursAli In The Jungle: it's not how you start, it's how you finish… it's not where you're from, it's where you're at… it's four minutes of new music, it's a euphoric melody welded to an insistent riff… it's the greatest comeback since Lazarus. The Hours are Antony Genn and Martin Slattery: their debut album Narcissus Road was released in January 2007. .. Read More   
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Top Rock And Pop Sellers:

1. Kings Of Leon
2. Al Green
3. Spiritualized -Acoustic Mainlines
4. Muse
5. CSS

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Classical And Dance

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Royal Philharmonic OrchestraThe RPO has been celebrating its 60th anniversary in this 2006-2007 season. Those 60 years have seen the orchestra play across the world, and even have their talents enlisted to play with bands like Queen and Pink Floyd. Upcoming performances include an evening of Mozart and Mahler along with nights of popular rock music (with light show!) or film theme songs.
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Onegin at The Royal Opera HouseRoyal Opera House
Pushkin's great Russian verse-novel is presented with drive and depth as John Cranko's three-act ballet Onegin returns to the Royal Ballet repertory. Fine storytelling and detailed dance characterizations bring alive the compelling tale of an unrequited love... Read More  
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Top Classical And Dance Sellers:

1. Onegin      
2. The Tempest       
3. La Boheme       
4. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 
5. Mixed Programme      

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Music Reviews

Regina Spektor

Regina SpektorThe Astoria - 16 February 2007
I have to make a confession. I'm not sure I've ever been more excited for a concert than I was for seeing Regina Spektor. This is important – I promise – because I feel like my expectations will weigh quite heavily on this review. I just want to be clear, though, that she was absolutely delightful live... Read More  


MetricLondon King's Cross Scala - 10 February 2007
From the instant Metric took the stage at the Scala, it was nothing but pure rock and roll. Lead singer Emily Haines stood centre-stage, but guitarist Jimmy Shaw regularly stole the spotlight with his blistering guitar solos. At times, his work sounded like it would be more at place in a Sonic Youth or Dinosaur Jr. track... Read More 


The Magic Numbers Competition

The Magic NumbersEager fans of the double-platinum pop-rockers, The Magic Numbers, who missed out on tickets to scheduled gigs at The Forum (9th and 10th Feb), will be relieved to hear the promise of a strictly limited edition album that lets them listen to the concert again and again in their own home. What's more, this live concert recording, complete with the band's new single, will be available in a matter of minutes after the gig.

We have the following 2 CDS to give away:
- The Magic Numbers live at Kentish Town Forum - 09/02/07
- The Magic Numbers live at Kentish Town Forum - 10/02/07

For your chance to win one of the above CDs, simply answer the following question:

In which London venue where the CDs recorded?

a. Kentish Town Forum
b. Shepherd's Bush Empire
c. Brixton Academy

Closing Date: Thursday 29 March 2007, Noon

How to Enter:
- Send an email with the correct answer to [email protected], with the subject "The Magic Numbers Competition"
- You must include your name, email address, telephone number and postal address, to be considered for the prize.

Push Competition

Push CompetitionThis Easter dust down your dancing shoes as London's No.1 Sunday session Push celebrates its 1st Birthday in fine fashion with a super-sized event at the uber-cool Koko club in Camden. Naturally this royal knees up will take place on a Sunday (Bank Holiday 8th April to be precise), and to make sure the night goes off with a bang, PUSH will be joining forces with Fatboy Slim's hip label Southern Fried Records to bring on the party!!

For your chance to win one of three pairs of tickets for Push 1st Birthday at Koko on 08/04/07, answer this question:

Which of the following DJs produced these hits: 'U Don't Know Me', 'Koochy' and 'My My My'?
a. Armand Van Helden
b. Paul Oakenfold
c. Carl Cox

Closing Date: Thursday 29 March, Noon

How to Enter:
- Send an email with the correct answer to [email protected], with the subject "Push Competition"
- You must include your name, email address, telephone number and postal address, to be considered for the prize.

More Necessary Info:
- NB MUST include name, email, telephone number and postal address (which will only be used for this compie only - guaranteed). If you don't include your details we can't send you info about the prize!
- First correct answer out of the Editor's hat wins the prize
- Details will be sent to the winner
- LondonNet is not responsible for prize distribution
- The Editor's decision is final

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The Rubens Hotel, Buckingham Palace Road

The Rubens HotelThe Rubens prides itself on luxury. Sumptuously nestled close to St James's Park, the hotel offers all the peace you could wish for without compromising on easy access to tourist sites...
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