Martina Topley-Bird

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Massive Attack live review – curiously flat for 3D
Back with new songs, old friends and the likes of Young Fathers on vocals, Massive Attack still leave you craving melody

Kitty Empire

07, Feb, 2016 @9:00 AM

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Tricky: 'I thought I'd be an underground artist. I was not ready'

Seventeen years ago, Maxinquaye made Tricky an unlikely pop star, and made him angry and unhappy. Now, though, he and Martina Topley-Bird are ready to revisit it

Dorian Lynskey

18, Apr, 2012 @4:06 PM

New music: Clark – Secret feat Martina Topley-Bird

Michael Cragg: Chris Clark travelled the world recording his latest album for Warp. Here's an exclusive taster

Michael Cragg

08, Mar, 2012 @11:48 AM

Martina Topley Bird: Some Place Simple | CD review
Paring back her old songs into these delicious new forms was a masterstroke by Martina Topley Bird, reckons Caroline Sullivan

Caroline Sullivan

15, Jul, 2010 @10:00 PM

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Martina Topley Bird: 'I played Boggle till 4am the other night. Is that rock'n'roll enough for you?' | Q&A
Martina Topley Bird, Tricky's former muse, talks to Killian Fox about Massive Attack, English breakfasts and the truth of how she was discovered

Killian Fox

10, Jul, 2010 @11:05 PM

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Pop CD: Martina Topley-Bird, The Blue God


Alexis Petridis

01, May, 2008 @11:09 PM

Review: Martina Topley Bird/White Denim at Star of Bethnal Green

Pop: Her old fans waited for her to soar, but Martina Topley Bird's comeback gig was sabotaged by wretched sound and a cramped venue

Kitty Empire

05, Apr, 2008 @11:04 PM

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CD: Martina Topley Bird: Quixotic


Maddy Costa

11, Jul, 2003 @10:47 AM

Martina Topley Bird, Bush Hall, London

Bush Hall, London

Alexis Petridis

25, Jun, 2003 @2:39 PM

The return of Martina Topley Bird

It's been four long years since Martina Topley Bird, the singer with a voice as unique and exotic as her name, started work on her debut album. But, as Sean O'Hagan discovers, the muse who inspired Tricky and defined a musical era, has never missed a beat.

Sean O'Hagan

24, May, 2003 @11:10 PM

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