The Invisible

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How Jim Jarmusch used music to put a spell on Hollywood
Jim Jarmusch doesn’t just stick music on top of his films – he weaves it into their fibre. A new concert series shows how his soundtracks give a voice to drifters and dreamers

Ryan Gilbey

21, Sep, 2017 @11:38 AM

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The Invisible review – funky craftsmen weave intricate party music
The 2009 Mercury nominees put on their party hats and shirts for a joyous gig of sublime guitar riffs that transports the crowd to clubland

Dave Simpson

27, Sep, 2016 @10:55 AM

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The Invisible's Dave Okumu: ‘I find it funny when people resent complexity’
He’s produced Jessie Ware and been up for a Mercury, so how much longer will the bandleader stay in ‘credible obscurity’?

Bella Todd

11, Jul, 2016 @8:00 AM

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The Invisible: Patience review – smooth, floaty grooves
(Ninja Tune)

Killian Fox

12, Jun, 2016 @7:00 AM

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The Invisible: Patience review – complex and brilliantly original pop
Following their 2012 album inspired by grief, Dave Okumu and band now deliver one steeped in joy, and full of ingenious details that only reveal themselves with multiple listens

Alexis Petridis

09, Jun, 2016 @2:00 PM

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Music Weekly podcast: a matter of life and death with the Invisible

Peaking Lights get illuminated, Cat Power and why the Invisible are lucky to be alive. Plus We Were Evergreen live

Presented by Alexis Petridis and Kieran Yates. Produced by Pascal Wyse

22, Jun, 2012 @3:18 PM

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New music: The Invisible – Wings (Floating Points Remix)

This remix dreamily elongates the electro-tinged rock of the Invisible. Prepare to be delighted

Michael Cragg

22, Jun, 2012 @6:00 AM

The Invisible: Rispah – review

An album inspired by traditional spirituals and Radiohead, writes Tim Jonze

Tim Jonze

07, Jun, 2012 @8:40 PM

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The 10 albums shorlisted for the 2009 Guardian First Album award

The 10 albums that make up the shortlist for the 2009 Guardian First Album award

Michael Hann

31, Dec, 2009 @11:45 PM

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The 2009 Barclaycard Mercury prize - Liveblog

Twelve nominees, only one winner – it's like The Apprentice of music, except it's all on one night and no one gets fired. Apart from a few record company flunkies. Refresh for the latest updates from this year's Mercury prize

Paul MacInnes

08, Sep, 2009 @3:49 PM

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Florence and the Machine favourite to win Mercury prize 2009
The art-pop princess is the bookies' favourite to win the coveted music industry award, with Bat for Lashes and Speech Debelle in joint second place

Rosie Swash

08, Sep, 2009 @10:31 AM

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Video: Judging the Mercury music prize

Jude Rogers, a judge for the prestigious music prize, guides us through tonight's awards

Jude Rogers and Shehani Fernando

08, Sep, 2009 @7:00 AM

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