Music

Otis Taylor: My World is Gone – review
Colorado singer Otis Taylor mixes 'trance blues' and tough social commentary to focus on the plight of Native Americans, writes Neil Spencer

Neil Spencer

03, Mar, 2013 @12:05 AM

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Laura Mvula: Sing to the Moon – review
Laura Mvula's debut is dreamy and arresting, if a touch too tasteful, writes Kitty Empire

Kitty Empire

03, Mar, 2013 @12:05 AM

Mozart: Piano Concertos 13 & 14 – review
Canadian pianist Janina Fialkowska and co cast these chamber works in a new light, writes Stephen Pritchard

Stephen Pritchard

03, Mar, 2013 @12:05 AM

Atoms for Peace: Amok – review
The first album by Thom Yorke's supergroup proves surprisingly funky and accessible, writes Kitty Empire

Kitty Empire

03, Mar, 2013 @12:05 AM

Enrico Tomasso: Al Dente – review
Trumpeter Enrico Tomasso's belated solo debut is a beauty, writes Dave Gelly

Dave Gelly

03, Mar, 2013 @12:05 AM

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John Grant: 'I wanted to let some of the anger out'

Acclaimed American singer-songwriter John Grant talks to Dorian Lynskey about HIV, grief and the finer points of Icelandic grammar

Dorian Lynskey

03, Mar, 2013 @12:05 AM

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John Grant: Pale Green Ghosts - exclusive album stream

Listen to the new album by the acclaimed American singer-songwriter and let us know your thoughts

03, Mar, 2013 @12:05 AM

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So Jake Bugg is authentic and Harry Styles is a fake? I don't think so…

In the great fabricated conflict between Jake Bugg and Harry Styles, it's the perversely sophisticated One Direction star who really represents what's left of pop

Paul Morley

03, Mar, 2013 @12:04 AM

Chelsea Light Moving: Chelsea Light Moving – review
Thurston Moore's latest project starts with strong material but soon pales, writes Phil Mongredien

Phil Mongredien

03, Mar, 2013 @12:04 AM

Bastille: Bad Blood – review
Bastille's debut album is predictable but redeemed by melodies and pop hooks, writes Ally Carnwath

Ally Carnwath

03, Mar, 2013 @12:03 AM

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Rutherford Chang: can't get enough of the White Album

The artist has collected hundreds of copies of the Beatles' album, each bearing the traces of its former owners, writes Corinne Jones

Corinne Jones

02, Mar, 2013 @4:00 PM

Mile-high Harlem Shake attempt - video

Passengers on an flight to San Diego, California, leave their seats to replicate the now infamous Harlem Shake dance

02, Mar, 2013 @2:57 PM

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