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New band of the day – No 1,062: Kyla La Grange

Fans of Florence and the darkly dramatic will love the emotional bloodletting in the work of this Watford witch

Paul Lester

14, Jul, 2011 @4:19 PM

Kyla La Grange: Ashes – review

In Kyla La Grange's goth pop there always seems to be an anthem ready to break out, says Ally Carnwath

Ally Carnwath

28, Jul, 2012 @11:05 PM

Kyla La Grange – review

Looking like Mr Tumnus's supermodel sister, the Watford hopeful carves a powerful pastoral aesthetic all her own, says Mark Beaumont

Mark Beaumont

31, May, 2012 @5:45 PM

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Kyla La Grange – review
Kyla La Grange could follow in the footsteps of Florence Welch, but her lovelorn lyrics need sharpening up a little, writes Killian Fox

Killian Fox

15, Jan, 2012 @12:05 AM

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First sight: Kyla La Grange
Watford-born ex-psychology student who started writing songs as a child and hopes to be 'cathartic'

Rob Fitzpatrick

24, Mar, 2011 @10:50 PM

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Kyla La Grange: Ashes – review
There's no getting round the Florence and the Machine comparisons, but Kyla La Grange's melodramatic pop may actually be better, writes Michael Hann

Michael Hann

26, Jul, 2012 @7:59 PM

New music: Kyla La Grange – Walk Through Walls

Michael Cragg: This precocious singer is the kind of towering talent that other pop stars secretly fear

Michael Cragg

14, Jan, 2011 @12:25 PM

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Kyla La Grange to headline Guardian New Band of the Day gig

Hotly tipped singer to top bill at gig in London on 14 June

Guardian music

07, Jun, 2012 @11:52 AM

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Six Songs of Me: Rumer - video

The singer tells Paul Lester about the music that means the most to her, including Cliff Richard and the Young Ones' Living Doll, Bill Withers' Use Me, Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody, Terry Jacks' Seasons in the Sun, Johnny Mercer and Henry Mancini's Moon River, Judee Sill's The Kiss and Judy Garland's I'm Always Chasing Rainbows

• Rumer's new album Boys Don't Cry is out now

Paul Lester

14, Aug, 2012 @2:27 PM

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Six Songs of Me: Wretch 32 – video

The London rapper and former grime MC tells Paul Lester about the music that means the most to him, including Michael Jackson's Bad, Black Box's Ride on Time, Bob Marley's No Woman No Cry and Turn Your Lights Down Low, Take That's Greatest Day and his own track, Punctuation

06, Aug, 2012 @3:13 PM