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Alice Townson argues that the innovative rock and roll talent should be discussed as unique in her own right

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Ben Ray reviews Methera's new album 'Vortex', and is swept away by their live Corpus performance

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Edward Mair looks forward to Tremor, a space where different genres and arts collide

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Ben Ray discusses folk music legend Jon Boden's latest album Painted Lady and performance at the O2 Academy

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