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The Linc Weekly Playlist: November 21st

It’s time again for another weekly playlist from the Linc, compiling some of the best music the writers have been listening to over the past week.

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Review: Signs of Light – The Head and the Heart

Seattle-based indie-folk band The Head and The Heart are back with their third album, the aptly named Signs of Light.

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Scouting For Girls make a triumphant return to Lincoln

Scouting For Girls is, for many, a band that brings back memories of the early noughties and the old-style mp3 players. A group that has written songs everyone knows and secretly loves to sing along to.

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Vampire Weekend bring summer vibes to wintry Sheffield

Vampire Weekend gave an outstanding show in Sheffield and managed to warm up the punters in the freezing weather. Siobhan Gallagher relives the gig.

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Marina Diamandis gets what she wants

Starting her UK tour soon, Marina and the Diamonds talks about influences, ambition and what sets her apart from manufactured pop.

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Stars and Sons — ‘I’m a bit of a dictator’

Pop is probably the last place to expect a classical music graduate, but it happened. Samantha Viner spoke to Mike Lord about his band’s ambitious tour and being in control.

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King’s Singers wrap up LPAC concert series

Celebrated British a capella performers The King’s Singers will bring down the curtain on the 2009 International Concert Series at the Lincoln Performing Arts Centre (LPAC) on June 7.

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