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Divisiveness over something that a celebrity said on Twitter? Surely not! Just like the rest of us, musicians are known for the odd foot-in-mouth moment, but in typical no-nonsense fashion, outspoken US rapper Cupcakke wasn’t messing around this week...
Though it’s hard not to be dazzled by the talent that’s long surrounded Peggy Seeger – her mother Ruth Crawford was a ground-breaking avant-garde composer, her half-brother the American folk hero Pete Seeger, her partner of 30 years his...
In the opening seconds of Metronomy’s 'The English Riviera', seagulls caw and waves cascade like white noise on the shore. Strings drift in and a bass line begins its clean, sleek ebb and flow – a buoyant, articulate pulse...
Following the news that from June 21, live music could be back in all its noisy, sweaty, euphoric glory, things are indeed looking brighter for music fans. With a long summer and all its possibilities ahead of us, festival...
“Do everything feel nothing,” Dry Cleaning repeat on the first track of their debut album ‘New Long Leg’. Though that particular song, 'Scratchcard Lanyard', was written before the pandemic, in our rather more “do nothing feel nothing” times the...
Our trusty four-legged friends simply do not get enough appreciation in music. The most loyal mammal of the animal kingdom, the bond between one and their dog is the greatest love story of all. We’ve gathered up tracks written about...
Demi Lovato’s recent documentary ‘Dancing With The Devil’ was no airbrushed tale of narcissistic woe, but a disarmingly candid account. By disclosing the traumatic details of her near-fatal overdose in July 2018, she also indirectly revealed the tough, ugly...
So far, Nasty Cherry’s discography feels like a dress-up box of pop: debut single ‘Win’ with its New Order bassline, the Sky Ferreira tones of ‘What Do You Like In Me’, the HAIM-like ‘Better Run’, Prince girl group flourishes,...
All big new musical announcements these days start with the notes app, but for Lil Nas X, the message he typed last week was more poignant than most. Writing to his 14-year-old self, he introduced ‘Montero (Call Me By...
Picture this: you’re on your way to a Sundara Karma gig. Before boarding the train, you drenched yourself in gold glitter à la Wolf Alice and purposely ripped holes in your black fishnet tights. You're listening to Peace’s 10-minute...