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Emily Bootle is the New Statesman’s editorial assistant.
Lockdown has caused misery for those whose events have been planned for years – but why do we still hanker after the big white wedding anyway?
On their third album, London rock band Wolf Alice confirm that they are one of the greats.
On her debut album, the Disney Channel star stacks pop culture references too high to answer this question.
In a new documentary, the pop star addresses racism in the music industry – and the difference between “having the conversation” and concrete action.
There were no surprises at the in-person ceremony at the O2 arena, part of the government's trial scheme for large events.
The Israeli psychologist believes Covid-19 is causing “collective trauma”, as societies grapple with an existential threat.
After a hiatus, "Skinny Love" singer Birdy returns with a record of Woodstock-inspired crooning.
The London three-piece's second album of indie folk is a poignant reflection on a long-term relationship.
We turn to memes to help make sense of our chaotic existence, taking comfort in the shared experience of internet culture.
On his sixth album, Justin Bieber never moves beyond the forgettable and derivative.