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The 50 best albums of 2021, No 10: Mdou Moctar – Afrique Victime
The self-taught assouf star broke out of the underground with a stunningly adventurous album that fused psychedelia, introspection and rock-star flair

Gabriel Szatan

06, Dec, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Winning team, winning melodies: Euro 2020 and terrace anthems
From Sweet Caroline to Southgate You’re the One, England supporters’ songs have a less macho feel these days

Gabriel Szatan

10, Jul, 2021 @1:00 PM

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'They left an indelible mark on my psyche': how Daft Punk pushed pop forward
Skrillex, Erol Alkan and those close to the French duo chart how they went from being industry outsiders to defining the trajectory of dance music

Gabriel Szatan

26, Feb, 2021 @1:30 PM

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Should I stay or should I go: how coronavirus is jeopardising music festivals
The 2020 festival season is over – or is it? Some events are trying to postpone until autumn, but the odds aren’t looking good

Gabriel Szatan

15, Apr, 2020 @1:13 PM

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The last dance: clubbing in the coronavirus crisis
With nightclubs such as Fabric and Ministry of Sound closing their doors because of coronavirus, the Bang Face festival was the last chance for Britons to rave for some time

Gabriel Szatan

17, Mar, 2020 @9:29 AM

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Andrew Weatherall: 10 of his greatest tracks
From My Bloody Valentine to Saint Etienne and Ricardo Villalobos, Andrew Weatherall sprinkled magic throughout his career

Gabriel Szatan

18, Feb, 2020 @1:30 PM

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'An Einstein among Neanderthals': the tragic prince of LA counterculture
David Lynch, Devo and others remember the murdered outsider Peter Ivers, who dressed in spandex, sang about frankfurters and pre-empted the pop energy of MTV

Gabriel Szatan

27, Dec, 2019 @10:00 AM

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No fighting or ego biting! Homoelectric, Manchester's queer clubbing utopia
Founded in 1997, Homoelectric railed against the tacky scene in Manchester’s Gay Village with acid, techno and Italo disco. It has now scaled up to a 12,000-person festival, complete with unicorn drag queens

Gabriel Szatan

14, Nov, 2019 @10:19 AM

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'Part of the collective unconscious': the utopian return of breakbeats
A new generation of queer producers and DJs are using the beats that fired 90s rave culture to herald a ‘post-cynicism’ age

Gabriel Szatan

14, May, 2019 @9:00 AM

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Madonna's Ray of Light 20 years on: still the peak of empowered pop
As drag queens assemble to stage a Ray of Light cabaret, why does Madonna’s 1998 album inspire such love? A combination of millennial angst and human emotion – that was then destroyed by Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera

Gabriel Szatan

27, Feb, 2018 @3:00 PM

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