Jay-Z review – the king of rap bares soul on racked confessionals

Jay-Z review – the king of rap bares soul on racked confessionals

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] V festival, Weston Park, StaffordshireThe first performance of material from his latest album 4:44 draws on inner conflict for a hypnotic, electric set – and... Read More

CW Stoneking review – wry revivalist makes party music for the present

CW Stoneking review – wry revivalist makes party music for the present

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Moth Club, LondonThe droll Australian repurposes old trad jazz, blues, calypso and country sounds into fresh, absurdist entertainment Revivalists of bygone music lend themselves to... Read More

Regina Spektor review – kinks, squeaks and Trump-baiting theatrics

Regina Spektor review – kinks, squeaks and Trump-baiting theatrics

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] Corn Exchange, CambridgeThere’s not a cameraphone in sight at this gathering of the Spektor faithful, all drawn to her rich, idiosyncratic songwriting ‘I used to... Read More