Steely Dan review – smooth tunes with sharp little bones

Steely Dan review – smooth tunes with sharp little bones

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] BluesFest, O2 Arena, LondonDonald Fagen, now sole founding member after the death of Walter Becker, is the vocal grit in the oyster of Steely Dan’s... Read More

Future review – an amoral blend of drugs and drone bombers

Future review – an amoral blend of drugs and drone bombers

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] O2 Arena, LondonTracks build, drop and disappear during a rollercoaster show from the Atlantan rapper that astonishes, flags – and finally offends Snoop has his... Read More

Niall Horan: Flicker review – awwww-inspiring Radio 2 filler

Niall Horan: Flicker review – awwww-inspiring Radio 2 filler

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] The One Directioner drifts towards the middle of the road with a debut album apparently designed to punctuate rounds of Ken Bruce’s PopMaster It would... Read More

St Vincent: Masseduction review – fun but challenging

St Vincent: Masseduction review – fun but challenging

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[unable to retrieve full-text content] (Caroline International)With giddy highs and dark lows, Annie Clark’s new album is the mischievous singer’s most direct yet In 1978, the porn mag Hustler ran... Read More