sun 26/05/2024

India Lewis

Articles By India Lewis

Nicole Flattery: Nothing Special review - returning to the Factory

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Jockstrap, Heaven review - ecstasy in underground bass

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Eliza Carthy and The Restitution, Barbican review - folk at its finest

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Kelefa Sanneh: Major Labels review - diary of an omnivorous musicophile

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Wet Leg, O2 Forum Kentish Town review - eclectic glee from an emerging band

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Annie Proulx: Fen, Bog & Swamp review - defending the wetlands' bounty

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Cormac McCarthy: The Passenger review - abstruse, descriptive, digressive

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Mariana Enriquez: Our Share of Night review - delving into a violent, erotic world

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Olivier Guez: The Disappearance of Josef Mengele review - the Nazi who was never found

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Jessie Burton: The House of Fortune review - a muted, sensitive sequel

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Katya Adaui: Here Be Icebergs review - odd relations

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10 Questions for musician and DJ Pete Tong

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Sarah Moss: The Fell review - a dark night on the hills

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Portico Quartet, St John at Hackney review - softly beautiful discordancy

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Sarah Hall: Burntcoat review - love after the end of the world

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Thora Hjörleifsdóttir: Magma review - love burns in debut novel from Iceland

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