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If this wretched, ill-starred year has taught us anything, it’s that the greats are a vanishing species, and once gone, they can be remembered, but never replaced. Leonard Cohen’s incomparable…

Three-piece outfit Merchandise emerged late last decade from Tampa Bay’s DIY hardcore punk scene, but serve as an outlet for Carson Cox, Dave Vassalotti and Patrick Brady to pursue their…

Cementing Croydon’s rise as one of London’s coolest and most creative neighbourhoods, Boxpark Croydon, a new pop-up mall from the creators of Boxpark Shoreditch, opens later this month with a…

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When it’s not enjoying an imperial phase, guitar music does well to cosy up to pop. So, in 2016, Catfish do pop with a Liam Gallagher snarl. [a]The 1975[/a] do…

Manchester’s music scene has been punching above its weight since the ’60s, giving us some of the most influential and world-beating bands of the last few decades and, from those…

Held on the huge Suvilahti site close to central Helsinki, Finland, Flow Festival (August 12-14) boasts one of the best line-ups of the summer – with the iconic likes of…

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It takes a lot to be happy in music. With their new band Whitney, former Smith Westerns songwriter/guitarist Max Kakacek and drummer Julien Ehrlich have hit upon a sweet spot…

Speculation about the new Bond actor remains rife, several months after Daniel Craig said, “I’d rather slash my wrists” than make another Bond movie “now”. The crucial word being “now”:…