Kate Mossman is the New Statesman's arts editor and pop critic.

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Kate Mossman on pop
16 May 2013
From Roxy Music to Coldplay - the many faces of Brian Eno.
Kate Mossman on pop
10 May 2013
Songs Cycled (Bella Union) Van Dyke Parks In 1968, Warner Brothers took out a fullpage ad in Billboard for Van Dyke...
Kate Mossman on pop
29 April 2013
Man trouble.
Kate Mossman on pop
27 March 2013
Hair apparent.
Kate Mossman on pop
05 March 2013
Dazed and deeply confused.
Kate Mossman on pop
28 February 2013
Addictive personalities.
Kate Mossman on pop
20 February 2013
By:Larm Festival, Oslo: February 13-16 It’s hard to say exactly when rock music became an intellectual pursuit,...
Kate Mossman on pop
20 February 2013
Debating the future of music.
Kate Mossman on pop
15 February 2013
A Prince Among the Stones: That Business with the Rolling Stones and Other Adventures Prince Rupert Loewenstein...
Kate Mossman on pop
31 January 2013
Two new albums reviewed.
Kate Mossman on pop
18 January 2013
Much has been said of the strange aspects of human nature exposed by the online revolution. The fact that we're...
Kate Mossman on pop
18 January 2013
Apart from a charity gig six years ago, sightings of David Bowie in the past decade have largely been paparazzi shots:...
Kate Mossman on pop
17 January 2013
Les Misérables dir: Tom Hooper One of the most striking things about Les Misérables is the volume of...
Kate Mossman on pop
03 January 2013
What to listen out for this year.

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