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David Knight - 5th Jan 2018

The final month of 2017 saw big hitters of the year make more big statements. None more so than Jay-Z. There was also two new outstanding videos from Bjork that signposted that she was coming back to her best. And then there were the artists who promise big in 2018.

Expect the likes of Franz Ferdinand, MGMT (above), Pale Waves, Sigrid, Tune-Yards and, yes, The Wombats to be appearing in more VOTMs in the coming year.  

David Knight - 5th Jan 2018

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