Beth Orton

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Beth Orton review – a redefining moment
Flitting between keyboard and guitar, old hits and jazz-adjacent new album Weather Alive, the coltish singer-songwriter finally seems at one with herself

Kitty Empire

15, Oct, 2022 @1:00 PM

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On my radar: Beth Orton’s cultural highlights
The singer-songwriter on the trials of a Macedonian beekeeper, yoga to fall asleep to and a favourite Suffolk walk

Killian Fox

08, Oct, 2022 @2:00 PM

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Five of the best... rock & pop gigs
Mykki Blanco | Jamie T | Skepta | Beth Orton | Desiigner

Bella Todd

30, Sep, 2016 @12:00 PM

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Beth Orton review – husky murmurs and scuffed mementos
Orton may seem as reticent as ever, but her songs about motherhood show her voice maturing with arresting results

Caroline Sullivan

29, May, 2016 @11:32 AM

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Beth Orton: ‘I’ve set free another part of me’
Beth Orton’s latest album is a joyously abandoned swirl of words and sounds. She talks about living in the US, being a motherless mother and letting her music ‘hang out a bit’

Sean O'Hagan

29, May, 2016 @7:30 AM

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Beth Orton: Kidsticks review – sunny side up with a shard of ice
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Damien Morris

29, May, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Beth Orton: Kidsticks review – radical reinvention is as dreamy as ever

Tim Jonze

26, May, 2016 @8:50 PM

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Tune in, freak out: take Latin mass with Stanley Kubrick and 114 radios
They put Nick Cave in therapy and Ziggy Stardust in an art gallery. Now Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard have persuaded Jarvis Cocker and Beth Orton to help their choir of radios play doom-laden music from The Shining

Nancy Groves

12, May, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Beth Orton – hear Moon, from her forthcoming album Kidsticks
The singer-songwriter decamped to California, and has worked with Fuck Buttons’ Andrew Hung on a new album that once again incorporates electronica

Guardian music

02, Mar, 2016 @10:41 AM

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Heavenly records at 25: ‘There was never a plan … it was all about what was happening tonight’
From Manic Street Preachers to the Chemical Brothers, some of the UK’s best acts have passed through the doors of Heavenly records. As it hits 25, Saint Etienne, Beth Orton and head honcho Jeff Barrett explain how the label pulled it off

Tim Jonze

03, Sep, 2015 @5:44 PM

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Coming up: the gigs, music festivals and albums not to miss in July

Our pop critic Kitty Empire picks the month's musical highlights, from the Wireless festival to Jenny Lewis and the return of La Roux

Kitty Empire

28, Jun, 2014 @11:02 PM

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Beth Orton's Cartagena, Colombia
The folk singer on the heady atmosphere and ancient beauty of Cartagena, Colombia

Emily Mathieson

21, Mar, 2014 @9:00 PM

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