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The Whitney Houston hologram tour review: fans are overcome by emotion at 2020’s most controversial gig

Cheering for an avatar feels like saying "Thank you" to a self-service check-out

JARV IS… live in London: Pulp legend Jarvis Cocker puts on a rave reinvention for the end of days

The Steel Yard, March 2: With his new ensemble in tow, Jarvis Cocker has little time for nostalgia

The 1975 live in Manchester: hometown heroes deliver high-octane show (even with a gammy foot)

Matty and co. don't let a rock ’n roll injury disrupt the party

Big Thief live in London: the Brooklynites channel their inner grungers at biggest show yet

Voguish folk-rockers turn up the noise and retain the intimacy

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

(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
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