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Review: Bad Bunny’s YHLQMDLG

In December 2017, Bad Bunny performed just one block from where I was living at the time in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I didn’t know who...

Review: ‘The Slow Rush’, Tame Impala

At last, after a five-year wait, we’ve finally got a new album from Tame Impala. The Australian one-man band have just released their...

Tegan & Sara’s ‘Hey, I’m Just Like You’: a Queer Coming...

When Tegan and Sara Quin signed with Neil Young’s Vapor Records in 1999, they were a novelty on the male-dominated indie scene. The identical...

Marika Hackman and queer sexuality in music

Bolshy, brazen and unapologetically sexual – in Oxford, the first group of people to spring to mind from this description is likely to be...

Review: Wire’s ‘Mind Hive’

Wire are a band that don’t like nostalgia, unlike most mainstream cultural figures. So much so, that they have been known to take...

Review: Frank Turner’s ‘Love, Ire & Song’

Frank Turner is an interesting character. Somehow famous enough to play Wembley and the Olympic opening ceremony, but not quite famous enough that...

Review: Fine Line – Harry Styles

Two years since his solo debut, Harry Styles is back with his second album, Fine Line. Styles’ self-titled album in 2017 had to fight...

Review: Kanye West – ‘Jesus is King’

It’s that time of the year again when Kanye West, armed with another batch of outrageous quotes (“God is using me to show off”) and the...

Review: City and Colour – ‘A Pill for Loneliness’

Dallas Green, the man behind City and Colour, can quite fairly be called an old hand now, having been cracking out albums for 15...

Review: Lover by Taylor Swift

Jess Curry looks at why Taylor Swift's latest record represents a strong return to form