Articles tagged keane

Mt. Desolation: Mt. Desolation

Members of British pop/rock mainstays Keane take a break and decide to record a country album. What we get is mainly folk with hints of Britpop.

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All Aboard the Night Train: An Interview with Keane

Accidentally rewriting the Rocky theme? Having radio stations refuse to play their new song? Still topping the UK charts regardless? All just a day in the life of Keane, who talk to PopMatters about all of that and oh so much more.

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13 May 2010 // 10:00 PM

Keane: Night Train

Night Train introduces its passengers to memorable vistas, even when the scenery could be improved.

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“Great Music Comes from Losing Your Fear”: An Interview with Keane

After a year that featured their singer going in to rehab, a Gallagher brother slagging them off, and -- oh yeah -- having all their albums top the charts in Britain, Keane songsmith Tim Rice-Oxley discusses coming to terms with his past, his excitement for the future, and how the band handled that big elephant in the room ...

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9 Nov 2008 // 9:59 PM

Keane: Curate a Night for War Child

Considering the effervescence of the performances, what other than this warm, bubbly feeling could have been its aim?

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20 Oct 2008 // 11:00 PM

Keane: Perfect Symmetry

Keane look to the '80s (where else) to shake up their piano-pop sound, and find an album you're probably going to be hearing a lot of whether you like it or not.

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22 Jun 2006 // 12:00 AM

Keane: Under the Iron Sea

Everything new is old again.

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15 Dec 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Keane: Strangers [DVD]

Three guys, no guitar, one glorious, sweepingly majestic record after seven years of no luck. A better 2-DVD set for a band with one studio album you won't find.

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	Keane: Hopes and Fears

Hopes and Fears is one of those albums that I want to like. Or rather it’s one of those albums I know I should

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Postmortem: Did 'True Detective' Do Justice to Latino California?

// Channel Surfing

"In its shift to the different psychosphere of California, the show’s second season perpetuated Latino stereotypes instead of giving us a deeper and truer examination of the Golden State

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