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Tom Waterhouse reviews Ratatat's latest album, and is left wanting.

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I struck gold in the frantic game of ‘mash-the-refresh-button’ on October 5th last year. Seeing as 135,000 tickets sold out in just 25 minutes, I can’t help feeling Apollo was looking down kindly on me that day. My prize: a ticket to Glastonbury festival.

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The Proms: ‘Wouldn’t you simply die without Mahler?’

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Where are they now: The Cheeky Girls

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Review: Tame Impala – Currents

Catherine Kelly dives into Tame Impala's Currents.

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Marc Pacitti puts the knife into the ageing punks' latest offering.

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