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sue steward

Bio
Sue is a writer and broadcaster on world and fringe music and photography for the Telegraph, Observer, Guardian, BBC, Songlines, and British Journal of Photography. She is the author of Salsa - Musical Heartbeat of Latin America

Articles By Sue Steward

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CD: Sleeper - The Modern Age

While Oasis have so far resisted the temptation of the big pay-off that a Gallagher family reunion would ensure, plenty of other...

The Bay, ITV review - Broadchurch goes north

In the 1970s, the Mancunian stand-up Colin Crompton had a famous routine about Morecambe. He characterised Morecambe as “a sort of cemetery with...

Bach St John Passion, Les Arts Florissants, Christie, Barbic...

William Christie kicked off Passion season in London this year with a particularly sombre reading of the...

Shetland, Series 5 Finale, BBC One review - Sicario-on-Sea?

Thing is, a lot of this unpleasantness could have been avoided if DI...

The Rubenstein Kiss, Southwark Playhouse review - slick spy...

It's an ideal time to revive James Phillips's debut The Rubenstein Kiss. Since it won the John Whiting Award for...

CD: Shy FX - Raggamuffin SoundTape

Everything about this mixtape oozes confidence. It crams 12 tracks plus interludes – all produced by Andre “Shy FX” Williams ...

Schiff, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, RFH review –...

Standing next to the warm brown beast of a piano built by...