Posts Tagged 'Classic Albums'

The Strokes ‘Is This It’ Vinyl Giveaway

Our friends at Rough Trade records have kindly supplied us with a copy of ‘Is This It’ and one of our lucky followers is going to win it!

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Contemporary Classics 003: Burial ‘Untrue’ with guests Benji B and Blackdown

Often regraded as one of the key sounds of modern London, we look back at Burial’s debut album with two of the capital’s most respected figures.

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Classic Album Sundays at London Jazz Fest with Denys Baptiste: John Coltrane ‘A Love Supreme’

Hot on the release of his album The Late Trane, saxophonist Denys Baptiste joins us at our first event at the London Jazz Festival.

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CAS Dublin presents David Bowie’s ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’ with special guest Ken Scott

We are heading to Ireland for the very first time!! Ziggy Stardust producer Ken Scott will be coming along for the ride.

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Classic Album Sundays & The V&A presents Pink Floyd in 5.1

We were honoured to be asked to host sessions as part of The V&A’s Pink Floyd ‘Their Mortal Remains’ exhibition.

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CAS Berlin presents Laurie Anderson ‘Big Science’

CAS Berlin returns with a new home, the recently re-opned Muting the Noise with Laurie Anderson’s iconic debut album.

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CAS Colorado Springs presents Kraftwerk ‘Trans-Europe Express’

One of the most significant works in the Kraftwerk canon celebrates a European identity and reflects upon authenticity.

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The Smithsonian Institute Announces new 300-page ‘Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap’

The Smithsonian Institute is preparing to release the Smithsonian Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap, a new collection of text, music and visuals celebrating the genre’s vast cultural heritage.

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Classic Album Sundays and Cambridge Jazz Festival present a tribute to Gil Scott-Heron

Join us at Cambridge Jazz Festival as we host a listening session and two screenings for the late great Gil-Scott Heron.

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Album of the Month: The Strokes ‘Is This It’

With a raw, fast paced, unforgiving sound The Strokes burst onto the scene in 2001 with ‘Is This It’ and were instantly hailed as the saviours of rock. The album would go on to be recognised as one of the most important albums of the noughties.

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