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Grief pushes music to its conceptual limits

Mount Eerie's 'A Crow Looked at Me' may seem like an abstract experiment, but with its personal context it is deeply affecting

“A fresh and beautiful contemporary jazz repertoire”

Ela Portnoy is overwhelmed by The Oxford Gargoyles' a capella performance at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

“U2 still deserves a place at the forefront of modern rock”

For Calum Bradshaw , U2 can still deliver a world class performance

Gangster rap with glimmers of uniqueness

Big Fish Theory is a refreshing spin on modern rap music that shows there is plenty of talent and potential within Vince Staples

Awkward singing and timely rain from Radiohead in Manchester

Thomas Athey finds last minute venue changes are easily overcome by Radiohead

Edinburgh Fringe: In the Pink preview

Thomas Athey looks ahead to Oxford's acapella efforts at the Edinburgh Fringe

“Unapologetically Blink-182”

Abby Ridsdill-Smith is a fan of the band's deluxe edition of 'California'

Traditional folk music at its experimental best

Ben Ray finds Miranda Sykes’ latest release reaches dizzying new heights

Music without borders : Misogyny and Bollywood

Jeevan Ravindran exposes the contradictions within Hindi cinema

Music without Borders: Welsh national music

Theo Davies-Lewis explores the importance of music to his homeland
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