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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//Mixed media

Con Brio: The Best New Live Band in America?

// Notes from the Road

"There’s a preciousness to McCarter and the rest of the mostly young band. You want to freeze the moment, to make sure they are taking it all in too. Because it’s going to change.

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