Posts Tagged 'Colleen Cosmo Murphy'

Classic Album Sundays presents Björk ‘Homogenic’

Still influencing music 20 years after it’s release ‘Homogenic’ brings to mind the image of extreme landscapes and emotions through a hybrid of organic and synthetic instruments. Join us to hear this album as never before.

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

As part of the ‘Their Mortal Remains’ exhibition we’ll be hosting three album listening sessions with Anathema, The Orb and none other than Nick Mason himself!!

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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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Contemporary Classics 001: Roni Size / Reprazent ‘New Forms’

The first event in our new series looking at contemporary classics features the iconic Mercury Prize winning album from 1997.

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CAS London presents An Evening With Dimitri From Paris

Join us for a disco discussion between Dimitri From Paris and Colleen ‘Cosmo’ Murphy ahead of the brand new ‘Dimitri From Paris presents Salsoul Mastermix’ album release.

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Classic Album Sundays presents Michael Jackson ‘Off The Wall’

Often regraded as his strongest work, ‘Off The Wall’ catapulted Jackson into being the biggest star in the world, join us as we journey back to 1979 with listening sessions worldwide.

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Classic Album Sundays on Worldwide FM: Michael Jackson ‘Off The Wall’

We’re back for our 11th episode on Worldwide FM!

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Long Live Vinyl Magazine

Check out this great in-depth feature on CAS.

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Incredible String Band at Edinburgh International Festival Interview & Gallery

If you weren’t able to join us the full interview from our event at Edinburgh International Festival is now available on demand.

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Incredible String Band’s Mike Heron’s Top Five Albums Of All Time

Leading up to our event with himself and Joe Boyd in Edinburgh this August, Mike caught us up to speed on his top 5 favourite albums.

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