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Katie Colombus

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Album: Sufjan Stevens & Angelo De Augustine - A Beginner's Mind

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Rag‘n’Bone Man, Jazz Café review – powerful first post-lockdown gig

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Album: Zara Larsson - Poster Girl

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Album: Cerys Matthews, Hidden Orchestra & 10 Poets - We Come From The Sun

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Albums of the Year 2020: Laura Marling - Song for Our Daughter

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Album: Carrie Underwood - My Gift

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Album: Paloma Faith - Infinite Things

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Album: Sam Smith - Love Goes

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Album: The Chicks - Gaslighter

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Kate Tempest, BBC 6 Music Festival review - more personal than political

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Madonna, London Palladium review - a fiesta of the surreal and the fiercely fabulous

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Albums of the Year 2019: Sharon Van Etten - Remind Me Tomorrow

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Elf Lyons, Komedia, Brighton review - bonkers, brilliant and a bit of bare bum

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CD: Babymetal - Metal Galaxy

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Rodrigo y Gabriela, Eventim Apollo Hammersmith review - fiery flamenco rock

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CD: Tegan & Sara - Hey I'm Just Like You

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