Imogen Heap

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‘The silliness levels have really topped out’: Britain’s funniest band blast into TV
Known for their riotous comedy from backwards congas to raps about vacuum cleaners, Alex Horne and the Horne Section now have their own musical sitcom ... about being given a sitcom by mistake

Emma John

21, Oct, 2022 @12:00 PM

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Sound of magic: Imogen Heap on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child's music
Heap has reworked tracks from her back catalogue along with her original compositions for the two-part stage play

Chris Wiegand

04, Nov, 2018 @12:46 PM

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Live stream: Imogen Heap releases Tiny Human using blockchain technology
In a world first, Imogen Heap releases her song Tiny Human using blockchain technology as a platform for music sharing at a Guardian Live event on 2 October. Watch the panel discussion and the moment of launch

Joanna Witt

02, Oct, 2015 @10:35 AM

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Imogen Heap: saviour of the music industry?
In our age of Spotify, most artists fail to get a fair deal. But with help from coders, Imogen Heap is leading the fightback

Jamie Bartlett

06, Sep, 2015 @8:00 AM

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Ariana Grande review – arch wit from pop powerhouse in training
The cloud-floating, chandelier-swinging Florida singer hits peak schmaltz, then blows the cat-earred crowd away

Caroline Sullivan

02, Jun, 2015 @11:42 AM

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Reverb festival with Imogen Heap review – intriguing hi-tech pop art
This mini-festival celebrating innovative uses of new musical technology, curated by Imogen Heap, certainly provided some unusual visual and sonic spectacles, writes John Lewis

John Lewis

24, Aug, 2014 @4:15 PM

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Five new albums to try this week: Imogen Heap, Benjamin Booker and more
Here are the pros and cons of adding DragonForce’s turbo metal, Merchandise’s synth makeover and more to your listening list this week

Tshepo Mokoena

18, Aug, 2014 @8:17 AM

Sparks review – Imogen Heap's fourth has thrills to reward the persistent
Her planet-straddling recording methods might be strange, but the idea-packed results are ample justification, writes Ally Carnwath

Ally Carnwath

16, Aug, 2014 @11:01 PM

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Imogen Heap: Sparks review – an ambitious musical mess
Heap sacrifices structure and direction in her dogged determination to be unique, writes Rebecca Nicholson

Rebecca Nicholson

14, Aug, 2014 @9:10 PM

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Imogen Heap talks tech: ‘Make it glitch, and then suddenly that’s your sound’
How Mi.Mu gloves, 3D-printed jewellery and massive LED-fibre trees are shaping the musician’s career. By Stuart Dredge

Stuart Dredge

03, Jun, 2014 @2:02 PM

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The most sustainable shows on stage – in pictures

From car-boot sale costumes to pedal-powered production, we document some of the greenest shows to hit the stage

29, Jan, 2014 @11:48 AM

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Pop stars working the web

Rihanna is the queen of Twitter. David Byrne's psychedelic radio show is a global hit. And Tim Burgess has his own virtual caff, writes Chris Salmon

Chris Salmon

26, Feb, 2012 @9:31 PM

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