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Ellie Porter

Articles By Ellie Porter

Album: The Struts - Strange Days

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Albums of the Year 2019: Sturgill Simpson - Sound & Fury

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CD: Josh Rouse - The Holiday Sounds of Josh Rouse

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Amon Amarth, O2 Academy Brixton review – London welcomes its new Viking overlords

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CD: Luke Combs – What You See Is What You Get

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Kiefer Sutherland, Shepherd's Bush Empire review - actor totally convinces as country rocker

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The Struts, O2 Forum Kentish Town review - a masterclass in pleasing an audience

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BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park review – Pet Shop Boys, Westlife and Status Quo deliver the hits

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CD: The Lumineers - III

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Duff McKagan, Islington Assembly Hall review – Guns N' Roses bassist revels in the spotlight

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Eels, Hammersmith Apollo review – dark, swampy and endlessly entertertaining

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CD: Bon Iver – i,i

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Johnny Marr, Royal Festival Hall review - rock royalty having the time of his life

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Metallica, Twickenham Stadium review - heavy metal titans bring the noise

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Lenny Kravitz, O2 review - gloriously joyful rock 'n' roll

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Bon Iver, All Points East festival review – powerful, poignant and a little bit weird

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