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On her debut album, Beabadoobee proves her talent with complex songwriting that goes deeper than a new millennium aesthetic.
The Baltimore band’s sixth album, As Long As You Are, finds them longing for the thrill of a live audience in the Covid-19 age.
The musician on her fourth album April / 月音, being “the only mixed-race kid” in school, and why she’s happier “in the shadows” of the music industry.
For nearly a decade, Twitch has been a place to watch people play video games, but the pandemic has made it into a hub for music, comedy and conversation.
The former Spice Girl’s new release combines empowerment pop with buoyant energy – and a few flat moments.
On his disappointing eighth album, the American musician’s queries about faith, God and the state of the world are far too vague to be enlightening.
The musician and tech pioneer on why social media pushed her away from music, and how she found her way back.
I started playing the piano aged four, and was told I had a talent. But when I studied music at university I discovered that it was not, as it had been at school, mine for the taking.
Pop has moved on from the bright-eyed days of 2008, while the Californian singer has not.
The group's sixth studio album has moments that remind you why they have made it this far, but it lacks personality.
Heaven knows when it will feel safe to be breathing and singing in a crowded space – the thought makes me sad.