Miles Kane

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Miles Kane: Coup de Grace review – genre overload
(Virgin EMI)

Damien Morris

12, Aug, 2018 @7:00 AM

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Miles Kane: Coup de Grace review – tepid glam pop breakup tunes
The man who backs up Alex Turner in the Last Shadow Puppets puts out his third solo effort of functional psych and pop tunes

Jazz Monroe

10, Aug, 2018 @9:00 AM

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The Last Shadow Puppets: Everything You’ve Come to Expect review – lushly lacking
Lavish arrangements can’t mask the feeling of these songs being Alex Turner’s throwaways

Emily Mackay

03, Apr, 2016 @8:00 AM

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The Last Shadow Puppets review – men behaving badly
Despite lush craftsmanship, Alex Turner’s crooning side project suffers from a surfeit of male lust

Kitty Empire

03, Apr, 2016 @8:00 AM

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The Last Shadow Puppets review – a manic fairground edge
Miles Kane and Alex Turner use their macho romanticism and slick harmonies to whip up the audience into a frenzy

Graeme Virtue

28, Mar, 2016 @10:48 AM

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This week’s new live music
The Last Shadow Puppets | The Britten Sinfonia | Christian McBride & Edgar Meyer | Bitchin Bajas & Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy | Alessia Cara | Free Range City

John Robinson, John Fordham, Andrew Clements & Jennifer Lucy Allan

18, Mar, 2016 @1:00 PM

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Coming up: the gigs and albums not to miss this spring
The Observer’s pop critic picks the highlights of the next couple of months

Kitty Empire

13, Mar, 2016 @8:00 AM

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Sexism on repeat: how the music industry can break the cycle
From Kesha’s case against Dr Luke to Miles Kane’s objectification of a female journalist, the industry has to admit there’s a problem before sexism is curbed

Maura Johnston

11, Mar, 2016 @2:06 PM

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Miles Kane and Alex Turner writing X-Men inspired film
The pair have delayed progress on a new Last Shadow Puppets album to concentrate on a movie script set in the sixties

Guardian music

02, Jul, 2014 @7:52 AM

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The Music of Ian Broudie review – 'bittersweet undercurrents'
Miles Kane, the Coral's James Skelly and Echo and the Bunnymen's Ian McCulloch are among those who join Broudie and the RLPO for an emotional celebration of his music, writes Dave Simpson

Dave Simpson

06, Apr, 2014 @4:30 PM

The Beatles at the BBC and the miracle of the 60s – video

To mark the launch of On Air, the second volume of the Beatles' performances at the BBC, Studio 2 at Abbey Road hosted a special event with a panel of experts discussing the legacy of the Fab Four, plus live performances from Ian Broudie and Miles Kane, and Luke Sital-Singh. Watch the highlights here.

Guardian Music

26, Nov, 2013 @1:00 PM

Parquet Courts, Angel Haze, Dillon Francis: this week's new tracks

Parquet Courts | Angel Haze | Dillon Francis Feat Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs | Fuck Buttons | Miles Kane

Luke Holland

14, Oct, 2013 @5:00 AM

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