A product of pointless nostalgia

Natalia Bus argues against the unfulfilling nature of musical reunions

Spotlight: Sal Para

Natalia Bus is captivated by this Oxford artist's authentic debut effort

Single of the week: Arcade Fire’s ‘I Give You Power’

Will Cowie remains unmoved by Arcade Fire's impassive anti-Trump release

Margo Price live at the Bullingdon

Emily Beswick is delighted by the raw energy of Price's live show

Four Gorillaz of the Ape-ocalypse

Natalia Bus on the anti-Trump rhetoric of the chilling Gorillaz release

The Price is right: Margo’s musings

Emily Beswick discusses gender with the rising country star

Review: The xx—A masterstroke of production

Dom Saad pulls apart the intricacies of The xx’s third album, I See You

Album of the week: Bonobo’s Migration

Bonobo’s Migration is a five star delight, says Natalia Bus

Remembering the King of Soul

Jeannie Stanley ruminates on the timeless power of Sam Cooke

Spotlight: Basic Space

Natalia Bus delights in the Oxford duo's relaxing sound

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