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PVRIS live in London: no new tunes, but it’s clear that frontwoman Lynn Gunn is an icon-in-waiting

New Order if they'd worshipped at the alter of London goth club night Slimelight instead of the Haçienda

Mura Masa live in London: party starting producer turned punk millennial mouthpiece flounders between two worlds

slowthai returns after NME Awards controversy alongside a star-studded cast of collaborators

The Strokes live in London: the indie icons rock The Roundhouse with a back-to-basics career-high set

Celebrate the return of The Strokes with some awesome photos

(Sandy) Alex G live in Brighton: endlessly creative Philadelphia oddball cements status as a cult star

Lo-fi hero is a master of eclecticism, with songs ranging from alt-country to dissonant noise-rap

Glass Animals live in Manchester: a return from tragedy to tropical triumph

Following the devastating injury of drummer Joe Seaward, the band are back and more thrilling than ever

Sabaton live in London: war obsessed power metal at its very best

Sabaton’s alignment of mass euphoria and galloping old school metal is the best night out we’ve had all year

Madonna live in London: The Queen of Pop lets her guard down and it’s incredible

A brave move, but then again, risk-taking and reinvention is what makes Madonna an icon

Prince tribute live in LA: Foo Fighters join pop royalty for hit-and-miss endurance test

Prince was a singular talent whose influence has touched pretty much every conceivable genre of music. So it’s only fitting that the task of...
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