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Tutu Puoane – Breathe

Sheer Sound proudly announces the signing of another massive jazz-based musical talent: Tutu Puoane. Highly acclaimed two (2) x South African Music Award (SAMA) winner for “Best Vocal Jazz’ categories – Tutu Puoane joins Sheer Sound with her latest offering “Breathe” – her 4th release to date.

Tutu says: “Most music in this world is about love – this album is no different.” Indeed resonant and heartfelt tracks and ballads find a home – and Tutu’s amazing and soaring vocal and compositional abilities are very readily apparent, and very impressive.

Media and jazz circles are a-buzz re Tutu and her new album. Seeds have been planted and tracks are already rotating – with mentions of pending albums release. The social network side is positively humming with anticipation likewise –


01. Us
02. Through The Years
03. Her Beauty
04. Moratuwa
05. Waiting for You
06. Cape Town
07. Dream
08. Dream On
09. Love Ends
10. Breathe

Prodigy “World’s On Fire”

” Nothing can prepare you for the sheer ferocity of The Prodigy” *****Kerrang!
“If there’s only one band you see this decade, look no further” Q
“Vulgar, garish and perfectly old skool…as incendiary as ever…,The Prodigy are the kings of this shit ” NME
“A warrior’s dance of epic proportions…Not a single stationary body in the audience” 9/10 Rock Sound

The Prodigy are pleased to announce the global release of World’s On Fire (CERT 15)– their first feature length live film portraying their biggest show to date from their sold out Warrior’s Dance Festival at the Milton Keynes Bowl in July 2010.

The incendiary performance – including their biggest tunes – Firestarter, Breathe ,Warrior’s Dance, Smack My Bitch Up, Omen and more – will be shown in over 70 cinemas across the UK and beyond for one night only on Thursday 31st March – see theprodigy.com for a full list of participating theatres.

A lot of thought went into the place where we could throw the best party, we never wanted the typical stadium venue so Milton Keynes Bowl was perfect for our own Warrior’s Dance Festival coz it felt like a mad party in a field. The night was massive for us. It was important to us to bring a proper festival day and night for the people to remember and bring the same intense atmosphere like when we play Brixton Academy…. and it was.