Dom Saad pulls apart the intricacies of The xx’s third album, I See You
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Lydia Stephens ponders why melancholic Christmas songs like 'Fairytale of New York' and 'Last Christmas' are often the most successful
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Will Cowie finds a promising spark in Oli Bayston's melancholic melodies
Edward Mair looks forward to Tremor, a space where different genres and arts collide
Emma Leech slates the pop singer's painful new release
Jeannie Stanley ruminates on the timeless power of Sam Cooke