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Willy Mason – ‘Already Dead’ review: a dazzling return from folk rock’s mystery man

The enigmatic artist breaks his musical silence with this contemplative collection

‘Summer Of Soul’ review: forgotten festival of Black brilliance finally gets its dues

Questlove's joyous documentary celebrates an oft-overlooked music event from 1969

Jade Bird: “There are so many preconceptions with me – but I am a fan of music first”

The Brit has made the move to Austin but, kicking against injustice, keeps the home fires burning on eclectic new album ‘Different Kinds Of Light’

Goat Girl live in London: a forward-looking punk rock matinée

May 22, The Dome: Well-ironed tablecloths meet spiny post-punk as the south Londoners – with added flute, bugle, violin and keyboards – bring live music back to Tufnell Park

Soundtrack Of My Life: Craig Charles

Funk and soul aficionado and self-described scouse "scally"

The Black Keys on accidental new LP ‘Delta Kream’: “We never thought of it as an album”

The duo have plugged in to their influences with a covers record of the blues musicians inspired them

Johnny Flynn and Robert Macfarlane – ‘Lost In The Cedar Wood’ review: folkies look on the bright side

Trad-folk’s golden boy and one of the UK’s preeminent nature writers keep on keepin' on with this lockdown-produced collection

‘Dale Barclay: All On Black’ review: late Amazing Snakeheads rocker remembered in all his garage-punk glory

A look at the life of Glasgow's fiery frontman who died from cancer in 2018

‘What Drives Us’ review: Dave Grohl’s loving ode to life on the road

St Vincent, Ringo Starr and more join the Foo Fighters frontman to reminisce
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