Music review

The French horn maestro who plays using his feet
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The French horn maestro who plays using his feet

French horn player Felix Klieser was born without arms, but that hasn’t stopped him becoming one of the world’s major musical talents.

Soweto Kinch’s pandemic reflections draw parallels with Civil Rights Movement music
Anne Frankenstein

Soweto Kinch’s pandemic reflections draw parallels with Civil Rights Movement music

Soweto Kinch, with White Juju, has given us a means to reflect on a global pandemic and the discomfort of discovering that our world is a very fragile place, writes Anne Frankenstein.

The Jazz is Dead label avoids being a vanity project to create something entirely new
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The Jazz is Dead label avoids being a vanity project to create something entirely new

Jazz is Dead from Adrian Younge and A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad features artists who have managed to slip below the commercial radar.

Samara Joy shows the Great American Songbook still matters
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Samara Joy shows the Great American Songbook still matters

Sons of Kemet’s new album redefines what it means to struggle for Black power
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Sons of Kemet’s new album redefines what it means to struggle for Black power

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Blue Note Re:imagined sees young blood rethink classics from jazz’s pioneers
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Blue Note Re:imagined sees young blood rethink classics from jazz’s pioneers

Andrea Bocelli: the “evangelical emissary” comes to Glasgow – live review
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Andrea Bocelli: the “evangelical emissary” comes to Glasgow – live review

Now winter is coming, here’s a selection of music to warm the soul
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Now winter is coming, here’s a selection of music to warm the soul

Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival: tears, love and laughs
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Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival: tears, love and laughs

Everything is Recorded kicks off Big Issue-backed cinema revamp
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Everything is Recorded kicks off Big Issue-backed cinema revamp

Metallica, SSE Hydro, Glasgow review
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Metallica, SSE Hydro, Glasgow review

Review: Kendrick Lamar – DAMN / Gorillaz – Humanz
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Review: Kendrick Lamar – DAMN / Gorillaz – Humanz

Kronos Quartet, Barbican
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Kronos Quartet, Barbican

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Bombay Bicycle Club, Abbey Road
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Bombay Bicycle Club, Abbey Road

Tindersticks, Barbican
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Tindersticks, Barbican

Nick Cave, Brighton Dome
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Nick Cave, Brighton Dome

Kathryn Williams, St Pancras Old Church, London
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Kathryn Williams, St Pancras Old Church, London

Steve Reich Radio Rewrite, London Sinfonietta, Brighton Dome
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Steve Reich Radio Rewrite, London Sinfonietta, Brighton Dome

Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Her Majesty’s Theatre, London
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Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Her Majesty’s Theatre, London

End Of The Road 2012, Larmer Tree Gardens, North Dorset
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End Of The Road 2012, Larmer Tree Gardens, North Dorset