Mercury prize 2006
Guillemots: Walk the River – review
16, Apr, 2011 @11:05 PM
A Mercury for the Monkeys
Owen Gibson, media correspondent and Charlotte Higgins, arts correspondent
06, Sep, 2006 @9:17 AM
A result that is hard to argue with
There is a sense in which the Mercury prize is the music industry's equivalent of a piñata: no sooner is the shortlist hoisted into view than everyone - record label bosses, music journalists and, in a good year, the actual nominees - whips out a stick and starts beating the living daylights out of it.
06, Sep, 2006 @9:03 AM
Arctic Monkeys take Mercury prize
05, Sep, 2006 @10:07 PM
Monkeys tipped for Mercury
With this year's Mercury Music Prize due to be announced this evening, bookmakers suggest that the Arctic Monkeys are runaway favourites to scoop the prize for best new album.
05, Sep, 2006 @12:19 PM
Pull the other one
How does it feel to get on the Mercury prize shortlist when you have no agent, manager or record company? So crazy you have to laugh, says pianist Zoe Rahman.
04, Aug, 2006 @2:30 PM
Lou Rhodes on her Mercury prize nomination
Lou Rhodes talks to Imogen Tilden.
21, Jul, 2006 @9:31 AM
Leader: In praise of... Scritti Politti
20, Jul, 2006 @11:05 PM
Mercury judges opt for eclectic shortlist
· Arctic Monkeys installed as favourites for award
Owen Gibson, media correspondent
19, Jul, 2006 @2:21 PM
At a glance: the Mercury shortlist
Profiles: Guillemots to Lou Rhodes, via Thom Yorke and Scritti Politti.
18, Jul, 2006 @2:29 PM
Monkeys vie with surprise comeback in Mercury race
Arctic Monkeys and Thom Yorke have been joined by a surprise comeback from the reclusive Scritti Politti - last seen in the charts some 20 years ago - in the nominations for this year's Nationwide Mercury Prize.
Staff and agencies
18, Jul, 2006 @1:52 PM
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