Spotlight: Bad Sounds

Will Cowie on new band of the week, Bad Sounds

Traditional folk music at its experimental best

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

‘Revival’ review – mature and compelling as ever

The rap god still lives up to his legacy

“A captivating, quasi-religious experience”

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

“Young, classy and capable of mischief”

Jacob Greenhouse is impressed by the freshness of Consortium Novum’s production of The Marriage of Figaro

Spotlight: Basic Space

Natalia Bus delights in the Oxford duo's relaxing sound

Review: D.I.D – The State We’re In

Natalia Bus feels the weight of D.I.D's long-awaited second album

‘It’s even kind of morale boosting, in a Lana kind of...

Nicola Dwornik praises Lana Del Rey's latest subtle reinvention

Music without borders : Misogyny and Bollywood

Jeevan Ravindran exposes the contradictions within Hindi cinema

Awkward singing and timely rain from Radiohead in Manchester

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

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