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Adele, Duffy et al: This Year's Vintage

Report by Caroline Sullivan, Guardian, The, 11 January 2008

Caroline Sullivan on 2008's big female voices ...

Folk-rock's Laura Marling, a star in U.K. at 17, hits New York Friday

Report and Interview by Gene Santoro, New York Daily News, 18 January 2008

IN 2006, LAURA Marling, a 16-year-old Brit from Hampshire, started heading to London every week, looking for clubs to play and flats to crash at ...

Laura Marling: 'My songs are not pretty'

Interview by Jude Rogers, Guardian, The, 4 February 2008

IN A RECENT POSTING on a music website, one of Laura Marling's growing army of fans described her output as "pretty folk songs about boys". ...

Laura Marling

Profile and Interview by Johnny Black, R2/Rock'n'Reel, November 2009

DESPITE ALL HER best efforts to stick a spike in the wheel of success, Laura Marling is fast-becoming the most talked-about young singer-songwriter of recent ...

Laura Marling: I Speak Because I Can (Virgin) ****

Review by Andy Gill, Independent, The, 19 March 2010

ON I Speak Because I Can, Laura Marling continues to demonstrate why she's such an exciting singer-songwriter. ...

Laura Marling: A Creature I Don't Know (Virgin) ****

Review by Keith Cameron, Q, September 2011

Nu-folk starlet shines ever brighter on third outing. ...

Laura Marling: Westminster Methodist Central Hall, London ***

Live Review by Nick Hasted, Independent, The, 31 October 2011

A Dylanesque troubadour who's knocking on heaven's door ...

Whenever power emerges, there's a sense of innocence lost — Laura Marling: Once I Was An Eagle (Rough Trade)


Review by Kate Mossman, New Statesman, 23 May 2013

Her voice, once so English, has turned into a slip-slidey American lilt, half-speech, half-jazz, frequently yoyoing to a deeper register... In Marling, we're watching an ...

The privileged are taking over the arts – without the grit, pop culture is doomed

Comment by Stuart Maconie, New Statesman, 4 February 2015

With school music spending down and the benefits system crippled, the voices of pop have lost their bite. ...

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