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Ellen Peirson-Hagger’s ears are left ringing after a noise-fuelled night from a trilogy of bands at the Bullingdon

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Romilly Mavin is energised by Two Door Cinema Club's electrifying performance at Alexandra Palace

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Indie stalwarts Yo La Tengo subtly surprise on latest effort.

Traditional folk music at its experimental best

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Feel good indie for the oncoming winter

Superfood’s outlook on the alternative scene is refreshingly optimistic, says Charlie Hackforth

Beyond anger: an evening with Frank Carter

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The King of The Fall rises from Starboy’s ashes

Orlaith Fox praises the moody R&B singer's latest offering

Margo Price live at the Bullingdon

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

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Will Cowie pays tribute to the late Chuck Berry

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