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On his debut record, the British electronic producer conjures an environment many of his listeners will have been pining after for eleven months.
The pianist, who died in February, was one of the founding fathers of jazz fusion – a deeply misunderstood genre.
Apologies have come to define Slowthai’s recent career, but his latest record tries to have it both ways.
Kirby’s sharp lyrics, layered melodies and complex manipulation of rhythm mark her out as an exciting and sophisticated songwriter.
The indie-rock artist on freeing her faith – and her songwriting – from the constraints of ideology.
The theme of Framing Britney Spears is an ancient one: the disempowerment of a woman on the grounds of mental instability.
Tom Gray, of the band Gomez, is lobbying the UK government to regulate music streaming.
The brilliant, daring new album from the Manchester alt-pop outfit throbs with a contemporary sonic anxiety.
Glastonbury’s cancellation comes as another blow upon the painful bruise being felt by the whole music industry. Yet the magnitude of the crisis is under-recorded.
The star's rewrite of her 1980's classic for a SuperBowl ad is nothing but a sell-out to toxic "side hustle" culture.
The work of the pioneering electronic artist, who died last week aged 34, asked: why be one thing, when you can be anything you want?