Reviews

Badly Drawn Boy makes peace with his past on a beautiful evening of redemption

Playing his Mercury Prize winning album in full at London's Barbican Centre, Damon Gough explores his past to connect with his present and future.

Latitude celebrates a decade on the scene by cementing its place on the UK festival calendar

One of the UK's most established festivals roles round for its tenth birthday, and shows why it's king of the modern middle-class escape.

Secret Garden Party 2015: Saturday

Ibeyi, Zola Blood and fireworks light up the Saturday at Secret Garden Party

Secret Garden Party 2015: Friday

We look back at the washed out yet wondrous day that was Friday at this year's Secret Garden Party.

The post-Jeepster Belle & Sebastian come full circle at Somerset House

The Scottish indie pop veterans prove their post-millennial output to be as engaging as their classic material.

What we did at Montreal Jazz Festival 2015

Gathering together hundreds of artists and a neat two million music fans for almost two weeks of shows that riff freely around jazz, folk, blues and soul, Montreal Jazz Festival's 36th edition is a delight.

Tess Parks and Anton Newcombe delivered a double whammy of psychedelics at London’s Oslo

The Toronto chanteuse and veteran BJM frontman showed that their unlikely partnership is capable of yielding some seriously intense results. Just don't expect any on-stage banter.

We went to ATP Iceland during a UK heatwave and all we had was a brilliant time

Iggy Pop, Swans, Godspeed, Public Enemy and more join us for a festival so good we didn’t even mind missing some rare British sunshine.

The Roots drag things out in Brixton

Questlove, Black Thought and co. treat South London to a set heavy on technical ability but low on hits.

George Ezra puts on a show as impressive as its idyllic setting

Million selling folk-pop singer George Ezra performs at the Summer Series at Somerset House, with support from Flo Morrissey.

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