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Katie Colombus

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Muse, 02 review - bombastic Brit-rock with a sci-fi theme

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Wilderness Festival 2019 review - marvellous misbehaviour

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Boogarins, Jazz Cafe review - psychedelic hues and Brazilian grooves

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Florence + the Machine, BST Hyde Park review - mastering the matriarchy

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Janelle Monae, SSE Wembley Arena review - strong in both sound and sentiment

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Charlie Cunningham, Queen Elizabeth Hall review - Spanish guitar and strong songs

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Tribe//Still I Rise, Brighton Festival 2019 review - an evening of poetic movement

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Traptown, Wim Vandekeybus/Ultima Vez, Brighton Festival 2019 review - obscure to the point of ridiculous

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Ruby Wax, Brighton Festival 2019 review - how to be human

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Chilly Gonzales, Brighton Festival 2019 review - an intimate and exhilarating evening

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Ben Okri, Brighton Festival 2019 review - adventures in writing

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CD: Avril Lavigne - Head Above Water

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CD: James Blake - Assume Form

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Albums of the Year 2018: Erland Cooper - Solan Goose

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CD: Ed Harcourt - Beyond the End

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CD: Jess Glynne - Always In Between

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Big the Musical - sweet if wildly overstretched

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