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The Streets at South Facing Festival: celebratory, silly and absolutely heroic

Mike Skinner brings lots of champagne and even more joy

Sturgill Simpson – ‘The Ballad of Dood & Juanita’ review: a deft slice of sonic storytelling

The enigmatic star’s fourth album in two years is a concept album about a couple in the American Civil War

Wanda Jackson – ‘Encore’ review: the First Lady of Rockabilly’s glorious victory lap

Having announced her retirement , the 83-year-old is now releasing her impeccably stylish musical farewell

‘Respect’ review: Aretha Franklin biopic packs plenty of heart and soul

Jennifer Hudson stars as the late, great soul legend in director Liesl Tommy's feature film debut

Willy Mason on his first album in almost a decade: “For this record, I took a lot of chances”

The Massachusetts folk-rock enigma on 'Already Dead' and why he loves northern UK service stations

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
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