Reviews

Shame live in Brighton: commanding chaos, and a huge dollop of hope

June 12, Chalk: Cutting through the strangeness of a distanced room, the band give 'Drunk Tank Pink' the raucous live outing it deserves

TWICE – ‘Taste Of Love’ review: a captivating dance pop exploration of growth and summer love

With more involvement in the creative process, TWICE not only promise good vibes but also their unique interpretations of romance

Marina live in California: idiosyncratic pop gets lost in the desert

June 13, California desert: In a show that sometimes lacks direction, the pop icon shares little of her outsized personality

‘Chivalry 2’ review: a dishonourably good time that revels in chaos

Torn Banner's hilarious brawler is back (yay) and… so are the cowardly archers

EXO – ‘Don’t Fight The Feeling’ review: a seamless transition into the next phase of the boyband’s journey

The ever-popular K-pop act deliver summer bops on this special album that highlights EXO’s ever-changing journey

Migos – ‘Culture III’ review: rap’s premier trio end trilogy on a high note

The group's blockbuster final instalment proves why they've enjoyed such longevity

KennyHoopla & Travis Barker – ‘SURVIVORS GUILT: THE MIXTAPE//’ review: pop-punk lives!

Executive produced by the Blink-182 drummer, this 20-minute mixtape is a huge level up

Maroon 5 – ’Jordi’ review: paint-by-numbers pop that occasionally wows

A bulging guestlist belies the very ordinariness of the band's seventh album

Lorde’s new song ‘Solar Power’ is a gorgeous, sun-kissed rebirth

Ella Yelich O’Connor shakes off the ‘Melodrama‘ blues and joyfully starts anew

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard – ‘Butterfly 3000’ review: sun-kissed psych positivity

18 albums in, the Aussie garage-psych rockers are far from burning out any time soon
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