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The transformation of the four-minute indie hit into a nine-minute soundscape reflects how the pandemic has fractured our sense of time.
Unpaid internships and an increasingly London-centric industry are preventing people from lower-income backgrounds from entering the arts. I want to change that.
The US indie singer-songwriter on diary-writing, home movies, and the pull of nostalgia.
The singer has been trapped in a suffocating web of manipulation and control for 13 years – her court appearance was a rare opportunity for her to have a voice.
On their third album Mood Valiant, the Australian neo-soul group return with complex grooves that are always transcendent.
Recorded on location at the RSPB Strumpshaw Fen, the programme is peppered with birdsong and the buzz of grasshoppers, giving it a lively, absorbing feel.
Fifty years on, the record still feels like a puff of air between your ribs.
Released during the solar eclipse, Lorde’s first song in four years is an uplifting ode to the summer.
In this episode, authors Sarah Perry and Sinéad Gleeson reflect on how their relationships with their bodies have changed over lockdown.
As a producer, the former Vampire Weekend instrumentalist helps artists “realise their vision”. What does that mean for his solo work?
On their third album, London rock band Wolf Alice confirm that they are one of the greats.