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Monday, November 16, 2020

Up-and-coming Islington R&B singer releases new single that chimes with the times

Unexpected second record grinds gloomy indie-pop from the bowels of lockdown.

The National frontman’s alchemical swirls of dark lyricism and classic country soul make for an intoxicating debut.

The Irish music legend will play two shows at Vince Power’s Powerhaus at Camden Lock

Album review: Native Harrow – Closeness

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Fourth record for US folk duo is imbued with sparkles of jazz, art-pop, soul and the American Songbook

The West Hampstead Walking on Sunshine singer on turning 60, writing her own songs and winning Eurovision

Celebrated electro-popsters reveal a hypnotic, nuanced and considered third album.

“Like a tattoo I can’t erase.” - a Willesden Green singer decided to raise money for charity with her new single after hearing about a rise in domestic violence during lockdown.

The all-girl outfit make their best record yet, striding into new sonic territory with their bright melodies and peppy lyrics.

The Urban Tree Festival is taking place online for the first time. Three organisers – a writer of London’s street trees, an Islington tree inspector, and a community gardener – talk about what trees mean to them.

The Hampstead coach, who has worked with Charlotte Church, Will Young and Gareth Malone, says ‘don’t underestimate the power of music’ to make you feel better

Album review: EOB – Earth

Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Radiohead guitarist’s debut is direct, diaphanous, danceable and desirable.

A Wembley music producer will perform a 24-hour DJ mix to raise money to support NHS staff and volunteers.

The north Londoner is signing up amateur and professional performers for the Great British Home Chorus to help combat social isolation

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