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Christine and the Queens release surprise EP

Christine and the Queens release surprise EP

Christine and the Queens release surprise EP

We didn't expect a new release from this band - but here it is.


Is it another classic for The Strokes?

Is it another classic for The Strokes?

Is it another classic for The Strokes?

We review The Strokes' new album - their first in seven years.


Radiohead guitarist, Ed O'Brien, releases his debut album

Radiohead guitarist, Ed O'Brien, releases his debut album

Radiohead guitarist, Ed O'Brien, releases his debut album

We review the solo album 'Earth', by a member of one of the UK's biggest bands.


LOCKDOWN LEISURE: Two books and an album to pass the time

LOCKDOWN LEISURE: Two books and an album to pass the time

LOCKDOWN LEISURE: Two books and an album to pass the time

Here's some recommendations to get through lockdown – from an MP, an editor and an inventor!


Psychedelic pop presents an unusual result in this new album - but does it work?

Psychedelic pop presents an unusual result in this new album - but does it work?

Psychedelic pop presents an unusual result in this new album - but does it work?

The Lovely Eggs release their latest album and this is what our reviewer thought...


Expect melodic riffs, evocative guitar solos and sing-along choruses

Expect melodic riffs, evocative guitar solos and sing-along choruses

Expect melodic riffs, evocative guitar solos and sing-along choruses

Indie rock kings Soul Asylum return with their latest album and here's our review.


Eighties pop icon is still reigning supreme with her solo career

Eighties pop icon is still reigning supreme with her solo career

Eighties pop icon is still reigning supreme with her solo career

We review the upcoming album from former Transvision Vamp's Wendy James.


LOCKDOWN LEISURE

LOCKDOWN LEISURE

LOCKDOWN LEISURE

In this weekly feature, MP John Hayes and others tell us the music, games, films and books getting them through lockdown.


THEATRE REVIEW

THEATRE REVIEW

THEATRE REVIEW

Jeremy Ransome watches Act II perform 'Chicago: High School Edition'.


New sound from ever-evolving four-piece band

New sound from ever-evolving four-piece band

New sound from ever-evolving four-piece band

Bombay Bicycle Club release their fifth album and this is the verdict.


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