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Friday, November 17th

“Guitar legends of the Sahara”

Ellen Peirson-Hagger finds a refreshing new perspective in Tinariwen's concert at the O2 Academy

Taking up Tupac’s “thug poet” mantle

'You Only Live 2wice' is Freddie Gibbs living up to his predecessors, says Jonathan Egid

The comeback kids keep ‘lad rock’ alive

Kasabian's 'For Crying Out Loud' is the Leicester band at their best, says Matt Roller

The Japanese House – “I’ve never wanted fame at all”

Ellen Peirson-Hagger interviews Amber Bain on her moody indie project

A titanic record for all the wrong reasons

Will Cowie finds Gorillaz's Humanz to be soulless and robotic

“A captivating, quasi-religious experience”

Clara Dijkstra reviews the new London Grammar single, 'Truth is a Beautiful Thing'

Pop is dead—long live pop!

Alex Waygood on how Ed Sheeran represents the decline and fall of the charts

Friendship, Feminism and Fun(damental Rights)

India Parker talks to Jess Bollands, the President of the Oxford Belles, about the enormous success of their latest music video

Chuck Berry – “One of the greats”

Will Cowie pays tribute to the late Chuck Berry

The Shins – Heartworms review

Akshay Bilolikar finds a confident and valedictory wisdom in the Shins' fifth effort
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